Saturday, April 13, 2013

Review: Earth Science Chamomile & Green Tea Eye Makeup Remover

When I first switched over to natural products, I needed a new makeup remover. I went to my local health food store and tried to find one that was gentle, affordable, and readily available. Earth Science's Chamomile & Green Tea Eye Makeup Remover fit the bill, and it has been a favorite ever since.

  • Removes all makeup, including waterproof makeup
  • Thicker consistency
  • Fragrance free
  • Good performance even on other areas, such as hands
  • Affordable
  • Retail availability
  • May be difficult to apply makeup directly after use
I have found this makeup remover at a variety of health food stores across the U.S. and have recommended it to several people. It is gentle, fragrance-free, and effective. I have even used it in my makeup kit, both on clients and to remove makeup from my outer hand (which I sometimes use as a palette).

The only real downside I've found to using this in a kit is that it has vitamin E and other moisturizing ingredients that are great for nightly use, but can sometimes hinder a fresh makeup application if traces of the remover remain on the skin. I recommend applying with a cotton pad or ball and gently swiping with a dry portion of cotton if you plan to apply makeup directly afterwards.

I was glad to see that this rated a low 2 on EWG's Skin Deep scale. If you're looking for a dependable remover that you can find in a variety of health food stores, Earth Science offers a great option.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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