Even though I use several different products each morning, my “go to” makeup routine is pretty simple. I typically focus on skincare and creating a dewy glow, rather than a bold eye. Of course, every now and again, I take the time to apply that swipe of eyeliner and add smokey eye shadows. The extra makeup makes me feel more glamorous, even if my outfit is casual.
I don’t like to wear a ton of makeup for work (read – I prefer to use those extra few minutes to sleep), but when I do, it’s removing the makeup that’s the biggest pain.
Makeup remover, isn’t something I ever get overly excited to buy. Not only is there nothing fun or exciting about the removal of makeup, but I also don’t think I’ve ever been “wow’ed” by a product in this category. For the last couple of years, I’ve been using makeup remover wipes, and while they do a decent job taking off my day-to-day face, I find that when I wear eyeliner and that extra coat of mascara, it doesn’t all come off.
Needless to say, when Garnier Canada sent me a new makeup remover to review, I was a little bit skeptical. Garnier Clean Plus is a cream-based makeup remover, and I wasn’t sure it would do what it promised: remove that stubborn eye makeup (and calm sensitive skin). The product is approved by the Canadian Dermatology Association, and doesn’t contain alcohol, dyes, or fragrances, so I figured at worst case, it would leave my skin feeling smooth.
Lo and behold, I’ve been using Garnier Clean Plus for about a week, and it actually gets every last drop of my makeup off! I still find the concept of rubbing cream over my eyes a little bit strange, but it delivers on its promise. As far as I’m concerned, the extra moisturizing this product offers is a bonus.
What I’m Wearing:
Cardigan – Joe Fresh (Similar)
Tank – Sak’s Fifth Avenue (Similar)
Jeans – Hollister (Similar)
Scarf – Target (Similar)
Booties – Franco Sarto via Marshall’s (Similar)
Have you tried the new Garnier Clean Plus makeup remover yet?
Product has been provided by Garnier Canada, the opinions and language are my own, and in no way do they reflect Garnier Canada.