There’s nothing quite like waking up in the morning to find a hefty fraction of your makeup from yesterday circling your eyes, nearly imbedded. Even after a shower, this stuff has a way of sticking around if it is not properly removed. Scrubbing with soap- my old MO- would break my eyelashes and make my eyes puffy by the morning.
My old standby coconut oil could do much more than soap, and its still my fallback eye makeup remover in a pinch. It is hard to wash off, though, which leads to a touch of the scrubbing that my eyes don’t love. Needless to say, I was thrilled when my celebrity makeup artist and balanced beauty expert Chantal Moore sent over this review: the botanical eye treatment that I’d been waiting for… but it was actually an eye makeup remover!!!
From Chantal: Often loaded with harmful chemicals, ineffective, or just too greasy, most eye make-up removers can certainly leave a lot to be desired. Especially when on set in a fast paced, professional environment producing multiple make-up looks. Here’s a fabulous one from a brand that I love that is formulated with powerful, all natural, organic ingredients, that actually soothes, improves and regenerates the skin around the eyes. Formulated with Certified Organic botanical ingredients- Grown Alchemist Eye Make-Up Remover Azulene & Protec-3 Complex effortlessly removes and quickly melts away all stubborn waterproof eye makeup without harmful chemicals and silicone. It leaves the delicate and often sensitive skin around your eyes completely make-up free, nourished, refined, and protected. Learn more about Grown Alchemist, their company philosophy, and their entire high performance botanical line here.
Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film.
Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network.
I’m very interested in this… But is it a gel, biphasic solution, micellar solution, …? 🙂