If you’ve been looking for a makeup remover that isn’t greasy, doesn’t sting your eyes and leaves no residue behind, then you’ll want to read this review!
Renée Rouleau Soothing Eye Makeup Remover ($19.50) was created by celebrity esthetician and skin care expert, Renée Rouleau based out of Dallas and Plano, Texas. As an esthetician for 25 years, Renée is well-versed in skin care, especially in regards to listening to what her clients are looking to get from their skin products. I know that for myself, I always look for a product to live up to and deliver on its claims. If it does, price is never a sticking point for me.
What I love about this makeup remover is that it is weightless. When using it to remove eye makeup, especially the waterproof mascaras I’ve been reviewing lately, it feels like I am simply using water on my face. I use this makeup remover with Renée Rouleau Toning Cloths (which are AMAZING and I also use them to remove my nail polish, as well.) The reason I point this out is because the Toning Cloths aid in using less product than if you were using it with a cotton ball or pad (which would simply soak up all of the product and make you waste it.) By pairing the Soothing Eye Makeup Remover with the Toning Cloths, I’ve been able to make this 4oz bottle last well over 6 months.
Another benefit is that the makeup remover looks after those with sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers. While I don’t fit into either category, I do appreciate that the formula is meant to be similar to your own tears…another reason why it feels weightless. There are no oils in this product either, so your face won’t feel like an oil slick after. Believe me, I’ve used makeup removers that do; have you? There’s no fragrance either, which is another bonus.
You can only find this makeup remover online at ReneeRouleau.com or in Renée Rouleau Skin Care Spas. Have you used it? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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Shannon began A Girl’s Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. In 2013 she launched a bath and body line as an extention of the beauty blog. One thing she always has on her at all times? Lip balm.