Editor's Rating & Review
One wipe is all you need with this super-strong remover, which delivers on its claims to gently whisk away waterproof mascara and then some. It takes off the blackest of the black with ease. The price is steep (about $30) but the two-tone blue bottle is so chic, it's tempting to work it into your bathroom decor. The only catch: It can leave your skin feeling a little oily. But a bit of your usual face wash afterward will take care of that.
Chanel Precision Demaquillant Yeux Intense Gentle Biphase Eye Makeup Remover Reviews
Does its job but very oilyThis product is very similar to Lancome's Bifacil. Since it is a Biphase, it has that oilyness to it which for me, I dont prefer. It does a great job taking off waterproof makeup, but it leaves an oily residue behind. I actually prefer Dior's Cleansing Water to this. Nice smell though! — 1 year, 12 months agomakeupbyjanalyn | 154 reviews
removerworks well — 5 years, 1 month agoddagrosa | 256 reviews
Velvety FinishI've tried numerous make-up removers of the biphase type by other major cosmetic companies and none could hold a candle to the job this one by Chanel did in removing with ease the most stubborn of eye make-up. I'm not sure why a few other reviewers mentioned an oily residue. That certainly hasn't been the case in my experience. After removing my eye make-up, the skin around my eyes feels like velvet. I've been using it now for about a month and I have noticed the delicate skin around my eyes looks smoother and more moisturized. I would never go back to the other biphase cleansers which seem harsh in comparison to this gentle one by Chanel. — 3 years, 7 months agoEilKas | 33 reviews
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