Monday, December 19, 2011

Review: Boots Botanics Organic Face Nourishing Eye Make Up Remover

I recently saw Boots post something on facebook regarding their Organic Face Nourishing Eye Make Up Remover and knew I had to find out more! As you know, I'm always on the hunt for natural and organic beauty products that perform as well as (if not better) than traditional products. Thankfully, Boots gave the opportunity to give this product a try for myself!


A little hard to capture the label since it was towards the side of a rounded tube, but check them out if you can!

Price
Boots Botanics Organic Nourishing Eye Make Up Remover is priced at $6.99 retail. Can I just say--wow!

Where to Buy
This product can be purchased from Boots' website HERE as well as at your local Target and Target online HERE. 

Final Thoughts
Where to begin? First of all, I'm in love! Now in all fairness I often remove my makeup using straight, unprocessed oils such as jojoba, avocado, etc., so finding a product that is sold in a store like Target that is 93% Certified Organic and made mostly of oil/wax is a major find to me personally. 

All of that aside, it works really well! This product almost has the consistency of a natural lip balm that comes in a squeeze tube rather than stick. You squeeze a tiny bit on your finger, gently dab it onto your closed lid, add some water, then gently wipe it away. This melts into your skin beautifully! The best part is, it didn't irritate my skin or dry it out! I have such a hard time with so many cleansers being too harsh for my sensitive skin, but this not only did the trick without stressing my skin, but left it nice and supple--always a good thing when you're talking about the skin around your eyes! I can't say enough about this eye make up remover. I know that some of you will look at a makeup remover that consists primarily of oil and say--not for me--but I strongly suggest you give it a shot! Natural oils get such a bad rap, largely due to poor information out there. As I always say, to each his/her own, but I doubt you'll be disappointed ;) Regardless, this gets my seal of approval!

Does the fact that this is organic and available at such an accessible price and store make it more appealing or does none of that matter to you when choosing makeup remover?

2 comments:

  1. I know it says eye, but would you recommend it for your complete face or do you hv a better option?

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  2. To be honest with you, I use natural, unprocessed oils on my entire face to clean off my makeup regularly and I personally think that as long as you don't mind natural, oil-based makeup remover, this could absolutely work on your entire face! If you want a less natural face cleansing product I'd suggest Cetaphil. Even though it's a drugstore product, everyone I know (myself included) is impressed with it. It's extremely gentle for sensitive skin as well as acne-prone skin. But, it is definitely not natural ;)

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