Oil Free Eye Make-Up Remover

Environ Oil Free Eye Make-Up Remover
Environ Oil Free Eye Make-Up Remover Box
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Liquid
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100 ml / 3.38 fl oz
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An exceptional makeup remover gently eliminates non-waterproof makeup, accumulated dirt, and impurities from the delicate eye area,  additionally hydrating and refreshing the skin. Oil Free Eye Make-Up Remover contains honeybush leaf extract that protects from free radicals, soothes, and rejuvenates the tired skin.

Maltodextrin is an oligosaccharide that mimics skin's Natural Moisturizing Factors (NMF), revealing an even more hydrated, supple, and smooth appearance. In addition, it mattifies the surface, which makes this product perfect for oily and combination skin without a greasy feeling.

Enriched with one of the most famous ingredients, Pro-vitamin B5, Oil-free eye makeup remover reduces transepidermal water loss, replenishes skin's lipid barrier, and stimulates cells recovery processes. In addition, oil Free Eye Make-Up Remover gently purifies sensitive eye area without drying and irritating.

Benefits: 
  • Gently removes makeup and impurities
  • Sustainable for all skin types, especially for oily and combination
  • Stimulates skin regeneration
  • Prevents transepidermal water loss
  • Protects from oxidative stress and UV-induced free radicals
  • Hydrates, soothes, and refreshes the eye area
How to use: 

Wet a cotton pad with eye make-up remover, place it on the eye area for a few seconds, and gently wipe over. For better soothing results, compress the eye area for several minutes. Follow with cleanser, toner, and a moisturizer to complete the skincare routine.

Note: 

It is also recommended for those who continuously use contact lenses.

Average rating:
5

Reviews

5
Helena Baranska
6 months 3 weeks ago

I love this gentle make-up remover. Also, I like the honeybush tea; the first time tested it in South Africa.

Manufacturers must use local natural ingredients, moreover when they have a lot of beneficial properties. Good job, Environ.