December 30, 2014

Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover Review

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Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover

I always on the hunt for cheap yet effective eye makeup remover! My hunt recently led me to Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover which is a bi-phase $10 liquid eye make up remover.

Here are some thoughts!

Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover is definitely one of those keeper eye makeup removers. This is a soothing conditioning no greasy formula that whisks away mascara, eyeshadow, eyeliner, and more easily and effectively. It does the trick with waterproof mascara, heavier eye makeup, etc..without tugging and is formulated for sensitive skin and contact lens wears.

The conditioning bi-phase formula doesn’t sting and I have no need to tug while removing my eye makeup as I can easily soak a cotton pad with the formula, swipe across my eye, and remove eye makeup in a snap!

Best part?

The $10 price tag!

It’s hard to find inexpensive eye makeup remover but Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover definitely fits the bill for me!

Likes it!

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Tried it?

Do share your thoughts!

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  • Phyrra

    Love this stuff! My hands down favorite though is the Paula’s Choice, but I used this for years before I found PC. It really is a great remover.

  • itsspook

    This is my all time favorite eye makeup remover because of its combination of cheapness and effectiveness. I’ve recently tried some more expensive ones and they don’t do nearly as good of a job. I’ll continue to buy this as long as it exists/as long as I wear makeup.

  • Rachel

    This is my fave remover!! I’ve tried a lot, but this one works just as well as the Lancome one, but I like this price much better! 😀

  • Katherine T.

    Muse, have you tried the Sephora Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover? That one works really well, but I was wondering if this one works even better?

  • Michelle from MI

    I have re-purchased Neutrogena oil-free eye makeup remover several times. I really like this-does a great job and does not leave an oily residue. It is bi-phase also. The bottle says it is effective on waterproof mascara but since I don’t use waterproof mascara, I can’t comment on that claim. Bottle is 5.5 oz. and about $4/6. A fabulous value!

  • kimkats

    I may have to scoop this up!! AND – there’s a $2 coupon on for any SK purchase of $10 or more!! WOOT!

  • Rina

    The only one that can get my Urban Decay 24/7 liner pencil off is Clinique Take the Day Off. Is it as good or better? The 24/7 is fabulously stubborn!

  • Kiss & Make-up

    Sounds great! Too bad we don’t get this brand here. I currently use either La Roche Posay make-up remover or home-made olive oil make-up remover.

  • heather

    i’m a big fan of this one too! it works well, its cheap, and its easy to find without a special trip to sephora or a department store!

  • Maggie

    Have you tried the Jordana or Milani bi-phase makeup remover? That’s the only bi-phase remover I’ve tried that doesn’t irritate my eyelids (and I’ve tried a ton!) and luckily, it works the best of all I’ve tried too. You have to order it online but the Jordana is less than 5 bucks.

  • Susan

    Would you say this is better or worse than the L’Oreal Clean Artiste? I’ve never used either and I can’t decide!