New In: Benefit 'They're Real!' Remover

Saturday, 14 June 2014





Hello Beauties! If you've read any of my recent 'They're Real' liner and mascara reviews, then you'll know that the only negative thing I had to say about them was how hard they were to remove. Well, Benefit has answered all of our prayers and brought out a 'They're Real' Remover to banish all of those hours spend scrubbing our eyes 'till they're red raw every night!

The They're Real Remover is a cream eye makeup remover and is quite thick then you first squeeze it out, which is strange for me as I'm used to using liquid eye make up removers. To use this, you just apply a little to a cotton pad and rub away. To properly test this, I applied the They're Real Liner and Mascara quite liberally and then after it had dried I went in with my cotton pad. To say that it was a dream to remove and it came off instantly would be a lie, but it was considerably easier than usual. 

The They're Real Remover does remove the They're Real products a lot easier than regular eye make up removers but it also transfers mascara all around your eyes giving you a rather attractive panda eye look, so this definitely isn't something for quick make up fixes like Bioderma. However, this isn't an issue for me as I'd only use this when I was going to properly cleanse my face, so washing off excess 'panda eyes' isn't an issue. 

I'd say if your a lover of the They're Real products, you would definitely benefit from purchasing this eye make up remover, as my eyes weren't red after I'd used it and I didn't have to rub them as much to remove all of my make up, but there are other options out there. For me, I just don't like cream make up removers (no reason, just personal preference) and I find that the Clarins eye make up remover also does a brilliant job. But overall, this is a great make up remover for heavy eye make up and the They're Real products. 

Lots of Love, 
Becky x

18 comments:

  1. I love the cleansing cream! But I prefer oils :) xx

    BerrieBlogs| {beauty blog}

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    1. I'm usually one for liquids myself, but this is great for removing tough eye make up! xx

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  2. I haven't got any of the Benefit products but I have 17 tattoo eyeliner which takes about three types of oils and a lot of rubbing to get rid of, so this sounds amazing!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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    1. I'd definitely recommend picking this up then to get rid of the 17 eyeliner, it'll save your eyes! xx

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  3. This does sound wonderful, although I don't like the idea of panda eyes haha! xx

    Beauty Soup || UK Beauty Blog

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    1. They're really easy to remove if you just rub the cotton pad over them, but I was a bit shocked at first! xx

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  4. It sounds like a great idea, but the Body Shop's Cleansing Oil takes off They're Real just fine for me!x

    A Little Treat | Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. I've never tried that, I don't really use oil cleansers that much actually xx

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  5. I definitely prefer liquid removers rather than creams, Garnier Micellar Water does the job for me x

    daisy-drops

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    1. I love the Garnier Micellar Water but it just doesn't get rid of They're Real! for me! xx

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  6. Wow! I never knew that the they're real mascara is really that hard to remove!

    Laila from Townhouse Palette ♥

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    1. It takes some serious rubbing usually, and then theres still scraps left on your lashes! xx

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  7. This does sound like a good idea as They're Real mascara is quite hard to remove (although to be honest I've never had too many problems removing it with Bioderma) but if I remember right I think this is something like £17? That's a lot of money for something like this! x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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    1. It is a lot of money, but I don't mind spending that much to make sure I'm not rubbing and damaging my eyes trying to get my make up off! xx

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  8. Not sure I would but this, coconut oil works really well and it is much cheaper x
    Beautyqueenuk xx

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    1. I've never tried Coconut Oil, I will have to pick some up! xx

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  9. Wish I'd discovered your blog earlier, I love it! X https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/11582061

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