I had the same problem and was thrilled to find a great solution. I purchased cloths made for removing mascara from Norwex, a company that sells high quality, silver infused products to hospitals in Norway. The cloths last forever, are soft, and remove all eye makeup. I save a lot of money by not buying the removers. Chemicals are harmful and should be avoided as much as possible.
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I've always had long, dark lashes. Way back in the 60's I used to wear a lot of mascara and gave no thought to what I did to my skin while trying to remove it. Now that I'm in my early 60's, the years of tugging and scrubbing really shows around my eyes. Regretfully, I can't afford surgery. In an attempt to do no more damage, I rarely use mascara, only on special occasions, maybe a dozen times a year or so. I love the look, but getting it off is still an ordeal. Everything burns my eyes, even baby oil. Any ideas?
An easy no burning, no irritation way of removing mascara with ease is lotion. Wet a washcloth and put a small amount of lotion on one area of it, gently wipe away mascara with ease. I submitted this in tips for this week please try it and then rate me with a thumbs up. Thanks!