M2’s oil free eye make up remover comes with a skin care pedigree that makes it more than just a make-up remover. I’m the biggest sceptic in the world but I like the sound of an eye make-up remover that delivers some heavy-duty skin-care as well. This one has peptides, lipid regulating ingredients and removes everything (including water resistant mascara) without disrupting the bond between extensions and lashes. Anything with oil is a no-no for lash extension wearers and finding cleansers that really do the job is a helluva job in itself! Although it makes the claim to reduce dark circles, this is the thing that I feel most sceptical about but without having put it to long-term test I can’t say one way or the other if it really does. If it did though, wow! An eye make-up remover that banishes those tired eyes.. that would be quite something.
It’s £29.50 and launching in Harrods at the end of January.
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