When I think about make up remover, the first thing that comes to mind is having to use cotton pads and product that feels like it is packed with alcohol.
Dove are breaking tradition with their Foaming Make Up Remover and I have been giving it a good workout on my face which has make up on it almost every day.
This product isn’t supposed to replace your regular cleanser, but used as a pre-cleanse step to really get in and effectively remove all of your make up. Dove’s Foaming Make Up Remover starts as a liquid and as you pump it is transformed into a fine foam which gives it a light consistency and fluffy texture.
There are two ways you can use this product, either on a wet or dry face – although for me, the easiest way to use it is to keep it in the shower and apply to a damp face.
A lot of the heavier cosmetics are used on our eyes (think waterproof mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow) so a decent make up remover really needs to be able to take this off without much fuss.
I felt a little worried about applying something foamy to the eye area, but decided a little self sacrifice was in order for my lovely readers. I closed my eyes and waited for a stinging or burning sensation…but it never happened.
Obviously you aren’t supposed to get it IN your eyes, but putting it on your eyelids and around the delicate eye area was completely trouble free.
Once you have done a quick wash with Dove’s Foaming Make Up Remover, rinse off and your makeup is all gone. I like that all you need to get the job done is the product and some water, it’s so quick and easy that even after a late night out and dark, smokey eyes you can wake up looking fresh without that panda look.
My skin can be quite sensitive and I didn’t experience any irritation or redness even after multiple uses. It is strong enough to remove your makeup, but still leaves your skin in tact.
Dove’s Foaming Make Up Remover is a pleasant surprise for such a small pricetag, but Dove do pride themselves in creating skin friendly products and this pump-able beauty is no exception.
For more information on Dove’s Foaming Make Up Remover please visit: www.mydove.com.au/face_makeup_foaming.asp
How do you currently remove your make up? Would you consider switching to the new Foaming Make Up Remover from Dove?