My Husband came into the bathroom and saw me with foam all over my face and he immediately thought it was shaving foam. Hello??!! Yes, I admit that sometimes I let my facial hair grow much longer than it should, but it doesn’t mean that I shave it off!!! “No, my dear, it’s not shaving foam. I’m using Dove Foaming Make Up Remover.”
Dove Foaming Make Up Remover transforms from liquid into an ultra-fine foam to remove make-up. The instructions state that this can be used on wet or dry face, but is best to be used with dry hands and dry face – I totally agree because with wet hands, the foam fizzles away easily. Applying the fluffy foam onto my face provides a wonderful, soft and fluffy sensation – quite difficult to describe…but you must try it. It’s more fun than using cleansing oils to remove make-up. There have been many times that I have forgotten that Dove Foaming Make-Up Remover is a make-up remover!! It does such a great job at making my face squeaky clean yet soft and supple, that I am fooled into believing it is an actual cleanser.
However, I strongly advise you to remove eye make-up separately before using Dove Foaming Make Up Remover even though it says that it can be used for eyes. It stung like a mother the first time I used it to remove mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow on my eyes. My poor eyeballs were red and irritated for 2-3 days. I think it’s because you have to rub the eye make-up to remove it effectively with the lather and in doing so, some make-up residue can circulate into the eyeballs.
What I Like Foamy fun, pleasant smell, doubles up as a cleanser, affordable at RRP $10.99AUD
What I Dislike Does not remove my eye make-up without irritating my eyes
The Best Beauty Blog Rating 8 out of 10 – I would have given Dove Foaming Make Up Remover top marks if it hadn’t irritated my eyes
This product was sent to me for review purposes but all opinions are my own.