This ‘magic’ cleanser sells one bottle every 30 seconds – and it’s less than £4!

We're off to stock up on this!

nivea Double Effect Eye Makeup Remover
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It’s not always easy to settle on a cleanser, so when we do we cherish it forever.

You want something that’s going to effectively remove all traces of waterproof mascara and caked on foundation, but that won’t leave your face wet with product or aggravate any underlying skin conditions like acne or excess sebum.

So we were taken when we came across this ‘magic’ cleanser that claims to tick all the boxes.

The Nivea Daily Essentials Double Effect Eye Make-up Remover uses two different substances to remove make up while caring for your eyes.

First using oil to ensure effective removal of any traces of stubborn makeup, even waterproof mascara, the product then introduces its aqueous phase that protects and cares for eyelashes.

nivea Double Effect Eye Makeup Remover

And with the product selling 1.4 bottles every 30 seconds, which equates to a massive 3,965 bottles a year and a staggering 1,475,430 a year, it seems that we’re not the only ones who are taken with it.

Customers have even showered the product with a stream of five-star reviews, with one writing, ‘Best make-up remover I have ever tried!

‘Does magic tricks with my fav waterproof mascara in 2 seconds it is gone!!!

‘I haven’t just used it for my eye make-up but for my face as well. That cornflower extract its there I can really feel it. It leaves my face hydrated and moisturised’.

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‘The way forward,’ added another.

‘I have used many products specifically designed to remove eye makeup from high end to high street brands..However none have removed tough stubborn eye makeup as easily as Nivea double effect eye makeup remover!

‘Such a gentle process for your eyes and a great time saver too’.

‘Does it's job excellent,’ wrote another user. ‘It doesn't leave an oily film, is non irritating, it gets off every last scrap of eye make-up, well maintaining even waterproof mascara.

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‘It leaves the eye area clean and refresh with no stinging or soreness’.

‘This is SUCH an amazing product!!’ raved another. ‘I have really sensitive eyes that get so sore from trying to remove waterproof mascara using face wipes.

‘Thought I’d try this as it was on offer in Boots and omg I’m so glad I did!! I simple apply it to a cotton pad, press it onto my eye for about 20 seconds so it dissolves the mascara and then wipe away a couple of times.

‘So simple! No rubbing, no irritated eyes, no redness! If you’re thinking about buying this then go for it, I can’t rate it highly enough!’.

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Nivea Daily Essentials Double Effect Eye Make-up Remover

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Double effect eye make-up remover



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The ‘amazing’ remover comes in at only £3.59 and what’s even better is that it’s currently on offer in Boots for only £1.94!

Might have to stock up on this one!

Aleesha Badkar
Digital Beauty Editor, woman&home

Aleesha is Digital Beauty Editor at woman&home, where she gets to share her expertise into all the best techniques, sharpest tools and newest products—with a particular savvy in skincare and fragrance.

Previously, she was Deputy Editor and Beauty & Fashion Editor for My Imperfect Life, where she headed up the beauty, fashion and eCommerce pages. In the past, she has worked as Shopping Writer at woman&home, gained an AOP awards nomination after working on their news team, contributed to Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto and earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London.