Johnson's 3 in 1 Eye Make-Up Remover Reviews
Product Type: Johnson's makeup
Newest Review: ... up removers such as pads and wipes have been a real pain. I take my entire make up off before bed and usually I am tired. The ... more
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Customer Johnson's 3 in 1 Eye Make-Up Remover Reviews (8)
by - written on 29/01/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I'm quite fussy when it comes to make up and I like trying new stuff all the time, but there were times when I didn't have much money to spend on my cosmetics and somehow I ended up buying this very low-cost Johnson's eye make up remover. Surprisingly, this is one of the items I'm buying again and again when I run out, and even when I occasionally switch to try something else, I still have one of these to hand. Packaging: This eye make up remover comes in a 100ml plastic bottle with pink flip top lid. The bottle is flat and just perfect if you don't have much space left - hardly takes any space at all. It's clear so you can see the content and sticker at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
When it comes to make-up remover I believe I use the best one ever - No7 Eye Make-Up Remover BUT a bottle of that is very expensive and when I ran out about a week ago I simply didnt have the cash on me to buy another bottle so I had to settles for something cheaper that would hopefully have the same effect and end results. I basically only got this when I ran into th shop to get some Johnsons baby wipes and saw this on offer so I thought Ive got nothing to lose really and if all esle fails there is a constant supply of baby wipes in my house anway. I have to say I was quite surprised and while I still wouldnt change from my No7 brand if I was ever strapped for cash ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I've always trusted the name of Johnson & Johnson so when I ran out of my usual, but very expensive, eye make-up remover I decided to give this product a try. I guess it's called 3 in 1 because it claims to do the following - - remove eye make up - condition the lashes - care for the area around the eyes I paid £2.99 for 100ml bottle 3 weeks ago and it looks as if it's been barely used although I've used it every night. I'd say this is a real bargain as the one I normally buy costs over £16 and this does the job just as well. The remover is as shown in the picture except that instead of being clear it actually has 2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
After seeking advice from reviews on here i decided to try the johnsons eye make up remover. i use the 3 in 1 wipes everyday and really like them on my skin but recently my eyes have been quite sore and watering and i think this is due to me rubbing and scrubbing my mascara off with face wipes-not good! I got this cute bottle from morrisons when i was doing my weekly shop (this is how much i wanted it because i usually stick by superdrug in order to get 10% student discount) i paid £2.99 for the cute and girly bottle of eye make up remover. I can't comment too much on the value for money as i don't know how long it will last me yet and i havn't bought this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I've already reviewed the Garnier Eye Make-Up Dissolver, which I was very pleased with, but after reading the earlier review of this product on Dooyoo I decided to go out and get some, seeing as I love to try new things. Also, I thought it sounded cheaper than the Garnier version, which appealed. In Superdrug, I looked at the prices and came to the conclusion that, in real terms, this product is no cheaper than the other version. It costs £2.93 a bottle for 100ml, whereas the Garnier product costs around £5 for 200ml - meaning that overall this product is slightly more expensive. However, it just so happened that this was on a buy one get one free offer, so I ... Read the complete review
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