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« Reply #20 on: December 13, 2007 04:45:03 AM »

i found another alternative too. anyone tried baby oil before?
i especially love johnson and johnson's lavender baby oil.  Smiley

you should NEVER put anything oily on your eyes, as the oil seeps into the skin giving you under eye bags...
i use baby wipes as a make-up remover and it works fine, if it's gentle enough for a baby's tush...
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pixie424
« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2007 05:24:55 PM »

I agree that in general you should be careful putting anything oily near your eyes but sweet almond oil has long been considered a very gentle more eye safe remover.  Some upscale makeup companies even bottle it up fancy and sell it at high prices as such.  You can find it at places like whole or natural food stores for decent prices though.  I would also be careful with the witch hazel.  Someone mentioned using that for eye makeup.  Witch hazel is a strong astringent and is great for clearing up break outs etc. but I would definitely not want to get it into my eyes!
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« Reply #22 on: January 03, 2008 03:19:52 AM »

I just wanted to get through reading all the posts to see if someone suggested Almond oil and sure enough pixie424 did. I use almond oil to take off my eyemake up very gentle and does not irritate my eyes.

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« Reply #23 on: January 05, 2008 01:31:53 PM »

I've always used my face moisturizer to remove my leftover mascara in the morning. I hate actual makeup remover because its so greasy, so I opt for lotion!
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« Reply #24 on: January 11, 2008 08:36:53 PM »




you should NEVER put anything oily on your eyes, as the oil seeps into the skin giving you under eye bags...
i use baby wipes as a make-up remover and it works fine, if it's gentle enough for a baby's tush...

ive been using baby wipes aswell and i LOVE them cuz i wear waterproof eye liner and the wipes take it right off
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jadegreen
« Reply #25 on: January 12, 2008 05:12:51 PM »

I use baby oil to get off hard to remove lipstick. It is the best! I probably wouldn't be too keen about putting it near my eyes though.
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