Lancome Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover

Best Splurge Makeup Remover

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Why people love it
  • Easy application
  • Effective at removing the toughest cosmetics, including waterproof mascara, with no painful rubbing
  • Leaves skin feeling cool and refreshed

Instantly removes the heaviest cosmetics. 

The pricey formula is oil-based, meaning it leaves behind a bit of greasy residue.


For best splurge, it was no question that Lancome Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover was the best - beauty reviewers everywhere agree. It's gentle enough for all eyes and skin types, even those with sensitive skin and contact lenses. 


Shaking the bottle activates the bi-phase formula, allowing it to instantly remove the heaviest cosmetics. Waterproof mascara, glitter liner, smokey eyes, you name it - this makeup remover can handle it with ease. We also appreciate that it didn't take much product to remove all cosmetics. The small hole in the bottle makes it impossible to use too much or spill. 


If you're one of those ingredient connoisseurs, you may not be happy with the ingredients found in this product. It's made up of essentially water, oil, chemicals, salts, and fragrance. If you could care less about what's in a makeup remover, then you'll love this stuff because it really works. Our favorite item on the ingredient list? The rose oil which leaves  behind the slightest scent of roses.

Feeling after Use:

Cool, soothing, and moisturizing are words we read over and over again from reviewers. Even those with the most sensitive skin left reviews that verified that it doesn't sting or cause any redness. Since this product is oil-based, it does leave behind a slight oily residue that needs to be rinsed off. 


Although this makeup remover is rather pricey, the bottle is 4.2 ounces and a little goes a long way.


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