Living Nature Gentle Make up remover review


Product Name:
 Living Nature Gentle Make Up Remover

Weight/Price: 100ml for £8.75
Made in: N/A
Where to buy: 
Mypure, whole foods, feelunique.com

Product Description:This product was previously known as Eye Make Up Remover. Living Nature have now renamed and reformulated this product to make it a Gentle Make-Up Remover ideal for eyes & sensitive skin. This light and gentle formula with it’s soothing infusion of Harakeke and Kumerahou is perfect for even sensitive eyes while gently removing all traces of eye make-up. Highly acclaimed eye makeup remover in the 2010 edition of the Green Beauty Bible. 

Full Ingredients

Aqua (water), Glycerin (vegetable glycerin), Decyl Glucoside, Glucose, Mel (manuka honey), Pomaderris kumerahou flowers/leaf extract, Euphrasia officinalis, Phormium tenax leaf juice (NZ flax gel), Galactoarabinan, Hamamelis virginiana (witchhazel) extract, Xanthan gum, Glucose oxidase, Lactoperoxidase.

 

Packaging: Comes in a have cylinder bottle and cap is firmly secure. Bottle is slightly transparent so you can see how much is left.

 

Directions: Apply to the face in circular motions. Remove with damp cotton flannel. Do not use around the eyes or on broken or irritated skin. Use 2-3 times a week.

 

Application: Soak the product with cotton wool, swipe over the face.

 

Results: 
The product feels really light upon touch, the texture is like water. The scent is very subtle with no immediate ingredient that was prominent. This product did not remove my waterproof mascara no matter how long I left it to dissolve. Even with several applications it just didn’t budge. It worked fine with the rest of my face, removing foundation fine, and no reside it felt very refreshing like a toner step. It did not irritate my skin, it be perfect for sensitive skin.

 

Price: 3/5
Quality: 3/5
Packaging: 5/5

Overall: 3/5 

Pros: 
lightweight
does not leave residue
removes face make up well

Cons: Did not remove waterproof mascara 

Would I re-purchase again? No, if it worked for my waterproof mascara I would have, it’s a bit expensive just to purchase to remove face make up.

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