Physicians Formula: Coconut Milk Eye Makeup Remover

Is it necessary to have a separate makeup remover made specifically for the eyes? Probably not. However, it’s not an altogether bad idea either.

I have a favorite cleanser that I use all the time and it doesn’t have any problem with eye makeup, even waterproof. So I don’t always use a separate remover.

Not all makeup removers are like that.

The thing about eye makeup is that it is pretty stubborn to remove and the skin around your eyes is super fragile. The most fragile on your body to be truthful. You have to baby it and protect it and you sure should NEVER EVER rub it hard.

I don’t know about your makeup remover but if it requires any amount of brisk rubbing to remove your eye makeup then you need something else. You can still use it on your face just not your eyes.

Enter, the separate eye makeup remover

This one is a good option for you. Many eye makeup removers are oil based because oil will remove everything easily. These are not my favorite. I don’t like how they make my eyes feel all greasy.

The PF Coconut Milk Eye Makeup Remover is more of a creamy texture which I found pleasant to use. I actually really liked the non-greasy aspect of this product.

It can be used on all skin types from sensitive to dry to oily.

The fact that it is made with coconut milk automatically means this one will be nourishing. I have in the past removed my makeup | including eye makeup | with coconut oil. It is very effective but greasy and I don’t like that feeling. This gives you the nourishment without the grease.

Would I recommend this product?

Yes! Especially if your current makeup remover has any difficulty whatsoever handling your eye makeup. If it does then give this one a try.

Product Details

Jergans Cleanser | Physicans Formula Coconut Milk Eye Makeup Remover

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