NIVEA Double Effect Eye Make-Up Remover

NIVEA Double Effect Eye Make-Up Remover

I don’t know why I always feel compelled to blog about it when I buy a new make-up remover.

I think it’s because I didn’t use one for so long, and then when I tried Rimmel’s make-up remover and was surprised with how quickly it removed my waterproof mascara and eyeliner!

Then I tried Bourjois and was disappointed. So the quest was set to do my own investigating into finding the perfect make-up remover!

NIVEA Double Effect Eye Make-Up Remover

I went for Nivea’s double effect eye make-up remover because it was both cheap and Nivea tends to have quite good skin care.

What it claims to do:

It claims to remove even waterproof mascara and leave the eye cleansed and free from oil. You don’t need to rub hard to remove make-up, therefore it won’t cause damage to your eyelashes.


Aqua Isododecane Isopropyl Palmitate Dimethicone Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract Sodium Chloride Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside Trisodium EDTA Phenoxyethanol Benzethonium Chloride CI 60725 CI 61565

NIVEA Double Effect Eye Make-Up Remover

This stuff works, but it’s not quite as good as Rimmel’s.

It’s a shake to activate formula, where you have to shake it every time before you use it to mix the product together. I’m not really a fan off this because I find it a bit of a waste of time. I know you’re probably thinking COME ON CORINNE. It only takes 5 seconds to shake shake shake shake-a shake it, but, it’s hassle I can’t be having right before bedtime. #brat.

It’s cheap, it works, but I wouldn’t buy it again.

What’s your favourite make-up remover?


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