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    Nutrogena (sp?) eye make up remover or baby wipes.

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    Clinique has been the most effective for removing mascara in my opinion.

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    Thanks guys. I have wipes too but not the brands u suggested.
    I'm going to try the sorbolene trick tomorrow because I think that's the cheapest! Have tried oil before but maybe I was doing it wrong because I felt I still had to rub. Won't sorbolene sting if removing the liner? We will see.
    I couldn't tattoo my liner just incase one day I feel like not wearing it for a diff look..
    Thanks for all the ideas I'm going to go through them one by one and hope one works for me too with no rubbing!

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    I use baby wipes.

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    I find the best for removing make up around the eyes is to use cotton eat buds because they don't pull at your skin so will not create bags later in life and just use any make up remover with them works brilliant

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    I use eye make up remover pads from Priceline (their own brand). $3.99 for 30 so they're not cheap but they work a treat.

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    Oil is fabulous for removing makeup, and cheap too!

    The Body Shop do a lovely eye makeup remover, it's called Camomile Waterproof Eye Make-Up Remover. It's a gel in a tube, not to be confused with the liquid one in a bottle. It leaves your eyes feeling lovely

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    Oil is amazing for removing makeup! Olive, rice bran, sunflower. Rub it in then clean it off with a nice warm face washer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Sorbolene cream here too
    Me too!

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    I use an Elizabeth Arden eye make-up remover, and also their cleansing cream too. Both are really gentle, and no heavy scrubbing/ wiping needed.


 

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