Sainsbury's SkinTherapy Eye Make-Up Remover Pads Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's makeup
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Make Up Remover / Subcategory: Pads / Suitable for: Eye / Gently removes makeup /
Newest Review: ... I was still buying them. However I forgot to buy them 1 time and ended up nipping up to Sainsbury's which is closer to where ... more
Customer Sainsbury's SkinTherapy Eye Make-Up Remover Pads Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/08/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I bought these for the 1st time about 3 weeks ago. I had been using Asda's version of these but I had noticed the price of Asda's ones creeping up over time and they are now about £1.80 I think at the last time. I am still a bit lazy though and always buy wipes instead of a bottle and pads. So even though the price was more expensive I was still buying them. However I forgot to buy them 1 time and ended up nipping up to Sainsbury's which is closer to where I stay. Didn't see the point in battling through traffic to get such a thing. I thought if Sainsbury's didn't have any then it was handy to have Boots right next door. These come in a smple little pack and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/09 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I bought this a while ago but decided to wait until I'd finished the packet to review them as sometimes my skin seems fine with a product then after say a week of use, I have a bad reaction. There are 30 pads in a packet and so I have used them for 30 days in a row and my skin is still fine :) How it looks ---------------------------- The eye make up remover pads are in a tiny packet the same shape and style as facial cleansing wipes. Its cute! This plastic packaging is white with a pale turquoise and grey stripe across the top, above this is the writing 'Skin Therapy' and underneath this in smaller writing 'Sensitive skin, refresh'. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/09 (Very useful, 336 readings)
Eye make up removing products are incredibly important to me. Ever since I once (in a drunken state) removed the majority of my make up with regular cleanser and toner but didn't quite remover my eyeliner from in between my eye lashes and left bits of clumpy mascara hanging precariously off my eye lashes and ended up with a terrible eye infection where my eye went puffy and the rims went almost inside out! Since then I'm really funny about my make up removing routine and know that due to the amount of eye make I use I do need something inparticular to remove it. I'll pretty much use any eye make up removers but do prefer liquids to creams and lotions and wipes ... Read the complete review
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