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@Gemspirit,

Lancôme Paris, bien sûr 🌻

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@OKPrincess wrote:

I have always and still use Clinique’s Take the Day Off.

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This stuff is amazing!!!! 

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@AngelPuppy1 Yes it is amazing as I have used it for years.

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I use and like Neutrogena Oil-free eye makeup remover. 

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I didn’t say put it IN your eye. Just use it on a cotton wipe with your eyes closed to remove the waterproof  mascara. 

A lot of those eye make up removers have a fair amount of sulfates &/ or alcohols in them. Much more caustic to the eye. 

We all have to do what feels comfortable to ourselves. 

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@@Shaun’s~I didn’t say put it IN your eye. Just use it on a cotton wipe with your eyes closed to remove the waterproof  mascara. 

A lot of those eye make up removers have a fair amount of sulfates &/ or alcohols in them. Much more caustic to the eye. 

We all have to do what feels comfortable to ourselves. 

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I use Avon's eye makeup remover.  It is inexpensive and gets the job done.  I put a little in my hand while I am showering and rub it in then rinse and follow with my regular facial cleanser.  I too wear makeup very seldom.

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I use coconut oil to remove eye makeup.  It doesn't irritate my eyelids and takes off waterproof eyeliner and mascara completely.

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