Estēe Lauder Gentle Eye Makeup Remover: Review

Makeup is necessary to look flawless but Removing your makeup before going to bed is crucial.  All you need is a perfect remover to do this task for you. Today, I am going to review my all time favourite Estēe Lauder Gentle Eye Makeup Remover. It is perfect for the sensitive and oily skin like me. The formula is non-oily, which allows you to reapply the makeup as soon as you removed the old one. It is perfect for all the ladies out there who struggle to get the perfect eyeliner wings. You can keep on redoing it without smudging it, until you achieve the perfect one.


I love it because while applying it you won’t even feel a thing. It feels like you are just applying a water. It is fragrance free, oil free, gentle and colourless. Even the eyes doesn’t feel any kind of irritation. This fact makes me fall in love with the remover over and over.


It comes up in a 100 ml bottle that costs around INR 2300/-.  You can easily wet the cotton swab with remover using its medium sized opening.


To give you a better idea I applied the waterproof eye makeup and the long lasting lipsticks. The makeup completely vanished after the 2 sweeps of makeup remover .




Verdict: I have been using it from 3 years now. It keeps my skin clear and doesn’t cause any side effect. I mostly get reddish eyes after makeup removers but this one is really gentle against my skin including Eyes. It is my second bottle of remover now and I couldn’t help but love it.

Skin Type: All skin types including Sensitive Skin.
Benefits: Works quickly, Effectively,

Price: INR 2300/-

Rating: 5/5

 

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