I didn’t go into the 3ina Cosmetics store in Covent Garden expecting to walk out with the 3ina Eyes & Lips Makeup Remover but whenever I go “blog shopping” for a brand I’ve never used before, I always ask the sales assistant what their stand out product is. For some it might be a certain lipstick or eyeshadow colour but for the 3ina Cosmetics assistant that approached me last Friday, it was the 3ina Eyes & Lips Makeup Remover so into my shopping basket it went.

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I honestly cannot remember the last time I bought a skincare product that wasn’t inspired by a blog post or recommended to me by a PR or blogger – sad but true –as I have very sensitive skin and I’m allergic to fruit sugars – Watermelon, beetroot and honey are the devil in disguise – but I’m actually quite impressed with this remover as it easily broke down my mascara, eyeliner and cream eyeshadow combination without too much fuss. Though it did leave a slight oily texture over my eyes – which is to be expected as the 3ina Eyes & Lips Makeup Remover is an oil based cleanser –  it wasn’t an horrible film.

Even though my 3ina Eyes & Lips Makeup Remover has a lovely solid lavender colour, the 3ina Eyes & Lips Makeup Remover has a shake-to-activate, dual-phase formula (quite similar to the Melvita Eye Makeup Remover) so if you go in store or receive this makeup remover, it is TOTALLY normal for the oil and “water” formulas tend to be separate so don’t think it is inspired or you have a dud product (it is meant to do that).

At the moment I don’t have that much information about the ingredients in this cleanser – as 3ina does not have a website – but I will try to update this post as soon as I know something a bit more concrete.