I’ll put my hands up straight away and say that on initial sight, I thought that the Eyeko Mascara Off Wipes were slightly pointless. What could they be doing that regular mascara remover doesn’t do?
Eyeko Mascara Off Wipes come sachets, each one containing 10 wipes. The wipes are mini-sized, quite thick and feel much the same as any other premium wipe. I’m comparing to premium because some wipes are literally just a whisp of fabric that feel very flimsy. Eyeko Mascara Off Wipes do feel sturdy and more at the premium end. You hold the wipe to your lashes, keep it pressed in place for five seconds (I needed more) and the mascara just falls away onto the wipe. It’s that simple!
I’ve used the wipes on my bottom lashes on Boots No.7 Stay Perfect Mascara which claims to be life-proof in terms of smudging, flaking, humidity and tears (and it’s my go-to for bottom lashes – lash extensions up top if you’re new to BBB) and the wipes made short work of it. My blurb says they contain aloe vera, olive oil, grapefruit extracts and allantoin and it’s very likely the olive oil that’s doing the work here. I’d suggest having a go with olive oil alone except you just know that’s going to lead to oily eye!
For £6 a sachet, they’re well worth experimenting with, maybe for a weekend away when you need to travel light, but bottom line is that they work.
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