31PsDR5 U8L. SY450  99x300 Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover LotionAvon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion does exactly what its title describes. It removes your eye makeup effectively while leaving behind a soft trace of lotion. Most eye makeup removers contain strong ingredients such as oil and alcohol, but Avon makeup remover uses a gentle lotion for a soft and smooth feel. The bottle is small but a little bit of it goes a long way; I’ve had the same bottle for years and I use it consistently. I just place a small dab on a paper towel or cotton ball and wipe it across my eyes. It usually only takes one or two coats and my makeup is completely removed.

With Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion, you can be assured that you are not placing harmful chemicals on your skin when you remove your eye makeup. This eye makeup remover is completely safe and non-toxic. Other makeup removers tend to leave bits of makeup behind and cause some redness in my eyes, but not Avon eye makeup remover. It gently lifts off all traces of my eye makeup without being the least bit harsh.

Avon eye makeup remover literally moisturizes as it works. So while you are wiping off your makeup, you are quenching your skin with powerful lotion. I hope Avon never stops making this product. I wouldn’t feel comfortable using any other brand of eye makeup remover. It removes my eye makeup with very little effort and leaves my eyes feeling soft.


This little bottle of Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion has never failed me in terms of removing my eye makeup. Here is a nice list of pros for you to consider if you are thinking of purchasing a bottle.

• It does the job quickly and effectively. There’s no rubbing the same spot forever waiting for a speck of eyeliner or mascara to come off. Even when I wear a ton of black makeup, Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion gets rid of it in a heartbeat.

• It doesn’t do any permanent damage or cause pain if it gets in your eyes. I’ve accidentally gotten  a bit of it in my eyes several times and it hasn’t caused any painful or debilitating symptoms.

• It doesn’t contain harsh chemicals in the formula like most eye makeup removers. Alcoholbased products tend to cause a burning and uncomfortable feeling when they are used on your skin. Avon eye makeup remover is light and gentle, so you’ll never feel discomfort when using it.

• A small dab of it is all it takes to remove your makeup from BOTH eyes. Just put a little bit on a cotton ball and wipe away.


• While Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion does not cause any lasting damage or pain if it gets in your eye, it will cloud your vision for a while. I accidentally get some of it in my eye all the time and it clouds my vision for at least five minutes, while leaving me with a sticky feeling on my eyelashes. It’s unpleasant.

• The product is made by Avon, so you won’t find it in stores. You can only purchase it online.


Avon Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion is the safest and most relieving way to get rid of your eye makeup. I plan on using it as long as Avon makes it.

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I am a full-time freelance writer and I proudly write specific product reviews for Buy The Info. I have been writing articles, product reviews, and blogs since November. However, I have enjoyed the articulate art of writing since I was a child. My current job is to write a detailed review in favor of a certain product that I use on a day-to-day basis. I also pick up clients on oDesk, the world’s largest online workforce. My perspective clients provide me with a keyword of their choice, which I then use to write a high-quality and convincing article. Just like sports or mathematics come naturally to some people, writing comes naturally to me. I consider myself to have a natural gift for writing in-depth articles.
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