Ava Anderson Non-Toxic Eye Makeup Remover Reviews

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  • 10

    Easy!

    I was using grapeseed oil bc I wamt only non toxic products but these are so easy and smell clean. — 1 year, 3 months ago
    llcherington | 3 reviews

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  • 10

    Safest Makeup removal!

    I used to use LancĂ´me make up remover...I was hooked on it. Once I tried these amazing Ava makeup remover pads...I was stunned. Makeup removed gently, one pad removes makeup from both eyes...and it feels like a dream! — 1 year, 6 months ago
    Surely | 11 reviews

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  • 8

    go natural!

    I LOVE these eye makeup remover pads. The commenter above is misinformed, Ava's eye makeup remover does not have any honeysuckle flower extract in it at all. It is safe, mostly organic ingredients, and works really well!! — 2 years, 4 months ago

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  • 10

    Takes off everything

    I used to use Take The Day Off by Clinique, but I've switched to Ava Anderson and LOVE these makeup remover pads. The front and back of one pad takes off all my eye makeup (for everyday looks) (1 pad per eye for a nighttime look)-- even waterproof mascara! They're soft, don't pull, and don't shed. Love them. — 4 years ago
    candrade513 | 2 reviews

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  • 1

    Paraben

    Honeysuckle Flower Extract, when used as a preservative as with these products, is a highly processed and highly concentrated paraben extraction. From a biological standpoint, they are virtually identical to the synthetic parabens we already know are harmful. As of this writing, there is no available evidence to indicate a naturally derived version of a paraben is any less toxic for the body tha...read moren a synthetic version. For more information on this topic, search for Eliza Moriarty's article as published on the Organic Comsumers Association webpage. — 4 years, 5 months ago
    jlm1958 | 5 reviews

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