Ten of the Best Eye Makeup Removers for 2019

The area around the eyes is particularly delicate so you want an eye makeup remover to be strong enough to remove makeup but not irritate. The best eye makeup removers clear away makeup in one swoop, without the need for scrubbing. They also include nourishing ingredients that moisturise and protect the area. This means the eye area is not damaged and sore. Here are the ten best eye makeup removers for 2019:

Bioderma Hydrabio H2O Micellar Water, 250ml: £10.80

Eye Makeup Removers

Micellar water is water that contains tiny little cleansing balls that float and are attracted to dirt and oil on the skin. They draw out impurities and are kinder to the skin than soap. This product contains aquagenium, which actually helps the skin to retain moisture.

Aesop Remove, 60ml: £15

Eye Makeup Removers

This is a really gentle formula that uses grape seed oil and chamomile which soothes as it removes tough makeup. The oil is enhanced with moisturising Tocopherol.

La Roche-Posay Eye Make-Up Remover, 125ml: £11.00

Eye Makeup Removers

This product uses thermal spring water and has no nasty ingredients like parabens, soap, colourant or alcohol. It is designed specifically for sensitive eyes and is effective at removing the toughest of makeup.

Glossier Milky Oil, 100ml: £10.00

Eye Makeup Removers

If you are looking for ‘clean beauty’ products then this is the one for you. Glossier produce beauty products using only natural ingredients with no nasties like parabens or unhealthy chemicals. This is a gentle cleanser that can be used on the eyes and contains Pro-vitamin B5. Removes waterproof makeup.

The Hero Project Undo Bi-Phase Waterproof Eye Make-Up Eraser, 160ml: £16.00

Eye Makeup Removers

For really tough makeup such as waterproof mascara, you need a hero product. Shake the bottle to active the micellar ingredients and gently wipe away the stubborn makeup. Also contains hyaluronic acid which moisturises.

Chanel Démaquillant Yeux Intense, 100ml: £22

Eye Makeup Removers

This is a two-phase eye remover; the top half contains purified oils which remove the most stubborn of makeup products and the bottom half is made up of rosewater and cornflower water. These natural floral waters soften and nourish the eye area afterwards.

Vichy Purete Thermale Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover, 150ml: £12.00

Eye Makeup Removers

This product reduces eyelash loss related to makeup removal. It also contains Arginine and Taurine to nourish the eye area and it is enriched with thermal spa waters.

Sisley-Paris Gentle Eye and Lip Make-up Remover, 125ml: £42.07 (normally £52.50)

Eye Makeup Removers

So this is really expensive but it is from luxury French brand Sisley-Paris. If like me, you wear contact lenses it can be really hard to find a good eye makeup remover that doesn’t irritate your eyes and affect your lenses. This product is designed for people that wear contacts. You won’t get any residue building up after use and eyes are left feeling refreshed.

Estee Lauder Take It Away Eye and Lip Make-up Remover, 100ml: £17.85

Eye Makeup Removers

A gentle but effective eye makeup remover that contains aloe vera and other botanicals to quickly remove the most stubborn of products. Leaves the eye area soft and supple.

Dr. Hauschka Eye Make-up Remover, 75ml: £20

Eye Makeup Removers

This dual-phase product uses quality sesame and sunflower oils to cleanse and rosewater and nourishing plant extracts to moisturise after cleaning.

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