Eye make-up remover from Bloom Remedies is currently my favourite eye make-up remover and so far I bought two or three bottles of it so it’s about time to tell you all about this brilliant product (being referred as a cleanser now)!
Before I started using Eye Make-Up Oil Cleanser from Bloom Remedies I was using eye make-up remover from Neal’s Yard Remedies. I probably went through three bottles of this eye make-up remover before I discovered that removing make-up with oil based cleanser is easier and more effective. I did love Neal’s Yard’s eye make-up remover though. It smelled lovely and it left my eyes feeling refreshed. I would recommend it to people who prefer using oil-free formula.
In case you haven’t heard about Bloom Remedies before, they are a Cornish based company who’s been producing natural body and skincare products since 2012. All their products are handmade and produced in small batches to ensure freshness and quality. They already won several national awards for their products so you really need to check them out if you haven’t already!
Bloom Remedies’ natural eye make-up remover comes in a 50ml glass bottle which can be recycled. The formula does not contain alcohol or any nasties such as SLSs and parabens, just pure oils. This gentle blend contains Sunflower seed oil, Sweet almond oil, Jojoba oil, Calendula oil and Rose essential oil. All these oils are also certified organic (although the product as a whole is not).
I love the scent. I can definitely smell rose oil but over time the scent weakness which is normal for natural products like this one.
I also love how this product effortlessly removes my eye make-up. I don’t have to press hard for it to work, I just gently wipe my eyes with a cotton pad soaked with a small amount of oil and it works.
After you’ve finished cleansing you don’t even have to remove the remains of the oil from your eyes. I just leave it and let it work its magic overnight. Jojoba oil nourishes the eye area while rose is anti-ageing.
Any negatives? The only thing I would say is that it’s easy to put too much oil onto a cotton pad so probably a bottle with more control of how much product you can dispense would be better. Apart from that, I highly recommend it. I will definitely continue purchasing this product in the future. At £11 (or even less when on offer) is also very affordable.
What is your favourite natural eye-makeup remover? Have you tried this eye make-up oil cleanser from Bloom Remedies yet?