All-In-One Make-Up Removers

Gone are the days of using separate eye and face make-up remover, these days I like to keep it simple by using an all-in-one make-up remover as my first cleanse to remove all the grime and make-up from the day, before I go in with my second cleanse. Here are my favourite picks of the bunch! 

The Liquid: Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution

I have been using Bioderma for a couple of years now and it has got to be the perfect fuss free, gentle make-up remover. It removes all traces of eye-make up easily and is really gentle on the skin, even the most sensitive skins could tolerate this. It is my go-to make-up remover for travelling, especially on long-haul flights when you want to remove make-up in an instant. Available from Escentual here(currently have 1/3 off!) 

The Oil: The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil 

My new favourite, this cleansing oil literally melts away your make-up in an instant. Applied to dry skin and massaged in, this calming oil dissolves all of your make-up, (including waterproof mascara!), allowing it then to be removed with a hot cloth. It leaves the skin feeling super clean without any residue being left by the oil. The pump makes it super easy to dispense too, one pump is all that is needed for your entire face! Gorgeous! Available here.

The Cream: Lancôme Gentle Softening Cleansing Fluid for Face & Eyes*

This recent discovery is similar in effect to the Body Shop’s offering, but is a light creamy solution instead of an oil, so is perfect for those who can’t bear the feel of oil on the skin. Massaged in to the skin and eyes, it removes all kinds of make-up and leaves the skin lovely and soft. I thought that it may get into the eyes being a cream, but it doesn’t at all and is extremely gentle and soothing to use. Available from House of Fraser here. 

House of Fraser are also currently holding an amazing beauty competion to Win £2000 of Beauty Products from 1st June to 30th June. Enter here.

Have you tried any of these products?

*PR Sample


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