Beauty 101- Eco Cert Organic Makeup Remover

30 Sep


Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.
– Coco Chanel

I am excited about this new find… Eco-Certified naturally organic no rinse makeup remover!  Going Going Gone is packed with fabulous ingredients to soothe your skin while it removes every ounce of makeup and debris from your skin.  No rinsing necessary with this one- just wipe clean.

A unique, exotic blend of Artesian & Rice Water.  Calming & soothing antioxidants & Essential Oils pamper the skin as it gently removes all traces of makeup. Organic flower extracts & natural botanicals gently cleanse the skin of impurities, leaving it soft and clean – never dry. Use saturated cotton squares to remove all traces of makeup! Aloe Vera, Jojoba, Rosemary and Lemon Oil soothe the skin leaving it feel invigorated and clean. Gentle for sensitive skin. Guaranteed Eco-Cert! And it smells fabulous!
Just mist a cotton pad and wipe your skin clean.  Dissolves even the toughest mascaras, yet gentle on the skin.  Loved the ease of this remover, and I LOVE that it’s Eco-Cert!  PARABEN FREE, FRAGRANCE FREE, just pure and organic “good for your skin” ingredients!  Now that’s something to rave about.
Stay Gorgeous Girls!
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4 Responses to “Beauty 101- Eco Cert Organic Makeup Remover”

  1. annesaeonlane October 1, 2011 at 7:57 pm #

    Looks like something I’d like to try. Makeup removers that I’m comfortable with are one of the hardest things for me to find, as most contain fragrances. Have you tried this yourself?

    Thanks for the tip!

    • Beauty Buzz October 1, 2011 at 10:19 pm #

      I actually have, and I just used it two minutes ago to remove my makeup! I love it, and I LOVE that the ingredients are good for your skin. No parabens, no sulfates, natural and organic. I use it to remove my eye makeup, and it removes mascara just fine- haven’t tried it on waterproof mascara, but it dissolves everything else just fine. Comes with a fine mist spray- just mist it on a cotton ball or cosmetic square and wipe.

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