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    Quote Originally Posted by caljmw649 View Post
    And this is how I know I'm not very feminine when I didn't even know there's a special water for taking off makeup. All I do is mascara and eye liner, rarely eye shadow. I have makeup remover cream, but 99% of the time I don't take off what little makeup I put on.
    Basically it is a gimmick product. Not to say it doesn't do what it is suppose to do (take off makeup) but really all it is is soft water with bubbles of cleansing oil in it. I find soap and water is the best IMO but everyone has a thing they like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern-queen View Post
    Basically it is a gimmick product. Not to say it doesn't do what it is suppose to do (take off makeup) but really all it is is soft water with bubbles of cleansing oil in it. I find soap and water is the best IMO but everyone has a thing they like.
    I have the Garnier one and I use it after I use a cleansing balm to make sure all my makeup is off. I don't think its something you can just use on its own but I like how it gets any residue or leftover mascara off.
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