FACE Eye Makeup Remover (Discontinued)

by Sephora  FACE Line
Price:
$8 - 4.22 fl. oz.
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Category:
Skin Care > Makeup Removers > Eye Makeup Removers
Last Updated:
5/13/2011
Jar Packaging:
No
Tested On Animals:
Yes

FACE Eye Makeup Remover has a combination of slip agents and a solvent that do a fairly good job removing most types of makeup, but I wouldn’t choose this over a silicone-in-water formula because they do a more thorough job and glide more smoothly over the eye area.

A two-phase, non-oily eye makeup remover. Cleanses and eliminates even the most resistant eye makeup including waterproof and long-wearing; leaving the eye contour perfectly free of makeup and never greasy.

Water, Butylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, Methylpropanediol, Glycerin, Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Tetrasodium Edta, Citric Acid, Panthenol, Xanthan Gum, Chlorphenesin, Methylparaben, Green 5, Blue 1 Lake

Sephora's first foray into skin care was back in 1994, when they offered a colorful, artfully packaged selection of bath gels. Their facial skin-care came on the scene a few years later, but for the most part wasn't worth waiting for. Sephora must not have been too pleased with these earlier versions, because lots of retooling has been done, although, sad to say, that hasn't improved on the ordinary, mundane status their products have consistently shared. Makeup is what Sephora's house brand does best. The only reason to shop this inexpensive skin-care selection is for everyday basics or the occasional impulse buy you may or may not enjoy adding to your routine. Otherwise, most of the skin-care products can't compete with the other brands sold in Sephora boutiques worldwide.

Note: Sephora is categorized as one that tests on animals because their products are sold in China. Although Sephora may not conduct animal testing for their products sold elsewhere, the Chinese government requires imported cosmetics be tested on animals, so foreign companies retailing there must comply. This requirement is why some brand’s state that they don’t test on animals “unless required by law”. Animal rights organizations consider cosmetic companies retailed in China to be brands that test on animals, and so does the Paula’s Choice Research Team.

For more nformation about Sephora, call (877) 737-4672 or visit www.sephora.com.

Sephora Makeup

Once an incomplete line lacking such basics as foundation and concealer, Sephora's color collection has blossomed into a comprehensive group of products, most of which are priced considerably lower than products from the many other lines sold in their boutiques. Although the low price and the selection may draw you in, not everything is worth exploring; for example, some of the products (for example the inexpensive pencils, which are not worth considering) demonstrate the old adage that sometimes you really do get what you pay for. That's not to say you have to spend a lot of money for quality makeup, but it does seem that many of Sephora's potential bargains are below average in terms of performance.

What you really should pay attention to are the pressed-powder foundation, one of the concealers, the powder blush, the liquid shimmer, and a few of the mascaras. Of course, the hallmark of this line has always been an extensive selection of makeup brushes. That still holds true, and you'll find that in this case the prices are more than fair.

More than most other makeup lines, Sephora excels with their accessory offerings. From makeup bags to train cases and on to all manner of beauty tools (from tweezers to nail clippers and manicure aids), the selection means you will assuredly find something that meets your needs. It's easy to get caught up in the variety and scope of Sephora's makeup, and testers are readily available so you can play all you want. That's great, but it doesn’t compensate for a line with more than its share of average to poor products (and they change frequently, often not for the better). However, if you pay attention to the favorably rated products, you're more than likely to be very pleased.

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  1. Saleen
    Reviewed on Thursday, October 16, 2014
    • Value
      3 / 4
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      1 / 4
    • Recommend
      1 / 4
    horrible reaction!
    • OMG I loved this eye makeup remover at first. It removed lash glue, glitter, u name it with one swipe of a cotton round. BUT, a few days later my eyelids were swollen and burned. Brown scaly patches were all over my lids and my lids were raw and itchy. It took 2 weeks for my eye lids and brow bone to recover. I typically don't have sensitive eyes so I'm not sure why this happened, but I do not think this should be used anywhere near someone's eyes. EEEK

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