Yes to Cucumbers Eye Makeup Removing Pads — let’s talk about it.

A lot of eye makeup removers claim that they’re non-irritating and hypoallergenic but my itchy, red eyes after using them would beg to differ. On top of that, they hardly get enough makeup off at the end of the night to make me feel like it’s worth using over just splashing a lot of soapy water on my face. Enter Yes to Cucumbers Eye Makeup Removing Pads.

Yes to Cucumbers Eye Makeup Removing Pads

These are by far way superior than any other drugstore eye makeup removing pads I’ve use. I’m trying to think of ways to describe how amazing this is without comparing eye makeup remover to what I would assume from a really high end stripper…but simply it’s easy on the eyes and takes it ALL off (sorry, couldn’t help it). Its juices compose of soothing calendula, chamomile, and organic cucumbers that doesn’t leave any grime or grease behind (can you stop thinking of the strippers already?).

I realized how heavy duty of a job it does when I returned home after a trip to Montreal where I had multiple coats of mascara applied for a photo shoot that same morning to the point that my lashes were stiff and hard. But just a couple pads wiped it away completely without irritating my eyes. Amazing.

Also at a wallet friendly $7 for 45 of these, it’s much more affordable than the aforementioned dancers. Anddd you’re welcome.

Available at mass retail (Walgreens, CVS, Target, Ulta, Whole Foods, etc) and

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  1. jay wrote:

    so i FINALLY found these in target. they are really efficient and they don’t sting like other eye make up removers. thanks for introducing me to these 🙂

    Posted 12.17.12
  2. shyema wrote:

    Yaay so glad you love them too 🙂

    Posted 12.18.12
  3. Poonpo wrote:

    yes from my side also 😀

    Posted 12.6.14

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