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What a fab idea; I’ve heard so many people rave about rose water, honey or coconut oil as make up removers as they are such a versatile products. I wear full eye make up every day and have really sensitive eyes, so I cant use most makeup removers you find at the drug store. I use Green Tea Cleanser to remove my eye makeup and this takes it off really well without making my eyes water. No eye irritation what so ever and I also use it as my night face cleanser. Its a creamy liquid, so it works for removing eye makeup as well.

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