Review, Photos: Urban Decay Melt Down Makeup Remover – For Face And Eyes
I have to admit that when I first got this remover, I was hesitant. I have been using Lancôme Bi-Facil ($27.00) makeup remover forever. As a writer and beauty reviewer, I stepped out of my box and decided to give the Melt Down Makeup Remover ($24.00) from Urban Decay a try.
As far as price goes, it’s about three dollars less than Lancôme‘s remover. The product is a cream-gel like formula which is soothing and has a light, soft scent. The remover contains sea fan extract, which helps to combat inflammation; beta carotene, which helps to produce collagen and finally raspberry, cranberry and kukui nut oil, which helps to replenish moisture.
One of the facets that I love about this product is that you don’t need much to fully remove all your eye makeup. I do about four coats of mascara on a regular day, and this took it off with ease. The key to getting the most out of this product is to lightly rub and apply to the eye area, and wipe with a soft tissue. I gently massaged the product into my eyes, wiped, and was amazed at how easily my eye makeup came right off! And, I was surprised that it didn’t even turn my eyes red — at all! I have very sensitive eyes, and they burn easily, but I didn’t have that issue with Urban Decay. A big plus!
Overall, I loved this product! A 10 out of 10. I I also want to add that this also took off my face makeup with just a little bit of product. No tugging or rubbing necessary. Available at www.UrbanDecay.com and www.Sephora.com.
So, tell me… Are you going to remove your summer makeup with Urban Decay?
- Erin Sutera, senior writer and makeup artist
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