Review: Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover

Today I am doing a review on the Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover. On my previous post, I did just buy a new makeup remover by Simple but that didn't work out well for me, so I had to go and buy another one—my all time favourite.

What they claim:
Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover takes off even waterproof eye makeup without leaving an oily residue. Forget harsh tugging and pulling. This ultra-gentle dual phase formula activates when shaken to remove all eye makeup—even waterproof mascara—without any greasy residue. It is ophthalmologist tested, safe for contact lens wearers and oil free.

RRP: $10.99AUD for 112mL

My thoughts:
This eye makeup remover was the very first makeup remover I tried out when I was younger and went through many bottles of it until I decided to try a different one. But no matter what, I always go back to this one. I am a contact lens wearer and this makeup remover does not irritate my eyes. I have been wearing waterproof mascara more often nowadays for work so I can skip wearing eyeliner altogether which is why I need something that can remove it. This makeup remover does the job very well, all I need to do is shake the bottle up and pour a little on my cotton pad, press it against my eyes and it does its thing. I do wipe my eyes a few times just to make sure that all traces of eyeliner or mascara are completely gone before I wash it off my face.

This product doesn't leave a stinging sensation around my eyes at all compared to the Simple 'Kind To Eyes' makeup remover. I'll probably do a review on that makeup remover as well.

I do recommend this makeup remover to those who doesn't like the stinging sensation because this one won't sting your eyes! If you are after something that can remove waterproof mascara then give this one a try because it does live up to its claim.
Have you tried this eye makeup remover?
What is your favourite eye makeup remover for waterproof mascara?

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