Mineral Fusion Eye Makeup Remover Review

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I’ve had the Mineral Fusion‘s eye makeup remover for over 6 months now. I wanted to try something different from my usual DIY coconut oil makeup remover routine. What really drew me into purchasing Mineral Fusion‘s eye makeup remover was that it was a gel solution, in addition to being cruelty-free and vegan of course.

Gently and effectively removes eye makeup. Easy-to-use, gel solution utilizes mineral-rich clay to dissolve even water-resistant makeup and clean the eye area

Product Description:

A unique mineral blend strengthens and revitalizes skin while Aloe Vera, Cucumber, Calendula and Vitamin E nourish and leave the delicate eye area soft and soothed.


I bought the remover from my local London Drugs for $12 for a 3.4 oz/100 mL bottle.

The gel solution is indeed very soothing but some may find the gel too cold when applying on the eyes- it takes a bit of getting use to. After a few uses, I really enjoyed the cooling effect and it gets major thumbs up for not leaving an oily or greasy residue after.

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What I like most about this eye makeup remover is how gentle the formula is and how it surprisingly did the job of removing my water-resistant mascara– sadly, it didn’t do the job of removing my eyelash glue. It did take a little bit of tugging at the eye to get all the stubborn mascara off, but it still worked!

The only thing that was disappointing where I had to knock off some points was the packaging! Since it is a gel solution, the squeeze bottle cap ended up getting pretty sticky and full of glob just after a couple uses. It is nearly impossible to clean it out because the opening is so extremely small and when using a towel or tissue to clean it, little bits of lint or tissue would get stuck to the gunk around the cap.

Purified Water, Glycerin, Decyl Glucoside, Mineral Blend (Malachite, Smithsonite, Rhodochrosite, and Hematite Extracts) , Calendula Officinalis Extract, Maris Limus (Marine Clay) , Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.

Free of Gluten, Parabens, Artificial Colors and Fragrances. Never-tested on animals. Hypo-allergenic.

Final Thoughts:

Because of the unique gel solution, I didn’t have high expectations but this came through as a gentle makeup remover option. This is in the mid-range price for a makeup remover; drugstore brands costs anywhere between $5-$10 and conventional brands and formulas usually go for $20.

All in all, I think Mineral Fusion’s eye makeup remover lives up to its claims to ‘gently and effectively removes eye makeup’. Worth the $12 if you’re looking for a more gentle and non-irritating option.

Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links which, while they don’t change the cost for you, earn me a small commission. all opinions are entirely my own based on my experience with the product/company

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