Dezign Darling
Random musings from moi about fashion, pop culture, food and design.
Laneige: Eye Makeup Remover
Categories: Art, Beauty, Dezign, Graphix, Style

This eye makeup remover is the best one that I’ve tried so far!  Why? Because although the solution comes in two layers, it claims to be;

  • Non-greasy.
  • Speedy and safe.
  • Suitable for all skin types.
  • Removes even water proof eye makeup easily.
  • Doesn’t irritate the skin area.

Usually when a company makes these kind of promises with their makeup products, they tend to fall short on one or two points, such as the non-greasy feeling after using a product. But I’ve actually found that what Laneige promises with this product, it actually does deliver! I have sensitive/oily skin, so it can be a pain to find the right products to use in my skin that will actually remove all traces of makeup, while at the same time caring for my skin. If you also have the same skin type as me then you’ll know the pains; too harsh will make your skin super shiny, too gentle and it doesn’t do the job it’s supposed to too effectively.

Now back on topic – I don’t wear that much makeup, just a little bit to give me a more ‘lively yet natural look’. When I do wear a little more makeup on a night out, even with heavy duty/water proof everything (eyeliner, mascara, eye shadow) this eye makeup remover by Laneige will easily cut through it all and clean my skin thoroughly! My skin isn’t left with a greasy feeling and all traces of makeup are wiped clean away! It’s magic!

I’m also one of those people who are a sucker for pretty packaging, and Laneige certainly doesn’t dissappoint! The bottle is a delicate pale transparent pink (the solution is clear). I just love how the top half of the bottle is frosty/pearlized, and the bottom half is clear. When you shake it to use it looks very pretty.


The outside packaging is equally just as gorgeous! Laneige’s products are made with ‘snow water’ as a basis for this line of products. My guess is because now water is purest form of water after mountain water? Or maybe even better? anyway, because of this they have used the festive symbol of the snowflake as a pattern, and it also looks like snow patterns even in a molecular level.

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