Melvita Floral Bouquet Eye Make-Up Remover

Melvita Floral Bouquet Eye Make-Up RemoverI’ve read so many amazing things about the Melvita brand but hadn’t had a chance to try anything myself.  This all changed last week when I was sent a few products to try, and what an introduction it’s been! My absolute favourite from those I was sent is this Melvita Floral Bouquet Eye Make-Up Remover, which is bi-phase (similar to the newest Elemis one, as well as Clinique Take the Day Off) but the big difference between the other bi-phase ones I’ve used and this one, is that it isn’t greasy at all.  Therefore, if you find the typical oiliness of bi-phase products too rich for your eyes, this is one for you to try.

The remover itself is a beautifully scented and extremely gentle product containing moisturising rose floral water, orange blossom and cornflower floral water, the latter of which is a decongestant.  As you’d expect from a bi-phase, this melts through make-up quickly and easily with minimal tugging, but amazingly doesn’t leave any sort of residue, so I would imagine this is ideal for contact lens wearers.  The timing of this arrival was perfect as I was just finishing up my Elemis bi-phase, and, dare I say it, I think I prefer the Melvita offering, mainly because it smells wonderful, is very gentle, leaves no residue and it’s reasonably priced at £14.50.  Available now from Melvita here.

*PR Sample

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6 Comments

  1. Liz
    May 8, 2014 / 1:00 AM

    This sounds lovely. Do you happen to know how it fairs against waterproof mascara?

    • Sascha BG
      May 8, 2014 / 9:43 AM

      So sorry Liz, it’s been ages since I’ve used Waterproof mascara so I wouldn’t be able to comment. I’d guess at it not be great for it though as I don’t think it would be ‘robust’ (for want of a better way of phrasing it!) enough to cut through waterproof…I could be wrong though! Have you tried Bioderma? xx

      • Liz
        May 8, 2014 / 3:33 PM

        Yes I’ve tried Bioderma and do like it, the one I’m using right now is the new-ish Ren cleansing water, which I also like, but again, struggles with waterproof. I probably need to get a really classic oily bi-phase one in order to remove waterproof, but my eyes don’t seem to like those as much. Thanks for your reply!

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