Saturday, December 06, 2014

Vichy Purete Thermale Eye Make-Up Remover Waterproof Review

Vichy Purete Thermale Eye Make-Up Remover Waterproof

I like to pile on mascara, spider lashes? Sure why not. The bigger the better I say but with that arises the problem of taking of said product along with a smudge of eyeliner and of course my attempts at eyeshadow blending. As it has been said many times before the skin around the eye area is incredible delicate, so you really should use a product that essentially melts off any eye make-up to prevent unnecessary tugging and pulling of the area. In my opinion easier said than done. Lots of eye make-up removers especially those aimed at waterproof make-up tend to be oil based, greasy and generally unpleasant to use. Couple that with sensitive eyes and really you have quite the problem on your hands. Enter Vichy Purete Thermale Eye Make-Up Remover Waterproof.

Is it the cheapest out there? In a word no but the huge 150ml bottle will last you several months not to mention you really only need the smallest amount to remove even the most stubborn mascara! Vichy Purete Thermale Eye Make-Up Remover Waterproof is a dual phase make-up remover, meaning it is oil based but surprisingly light weight and not at all greasy. The remover quickly melts of mascara (yes all four coats in my case) without stinging or encouraging my eyelashes to fall out. Funnily enough this is Vichy's first waterproof eye make-up remover that limits eyelash loss as well as protecting the eyes' sensitive skin. It is enriched with Arginine, which stimulates the arrival of nutrients in the bulb and repairs damaged fibre within the lashes and also contains Taurine, which protects the follicle from attacks that could slow down fibre growth. Pretty cool non? Especially if like myself you find stray eyelashes every time you remove your eye make-up. As with all Vichy products this is Hypoallergenic (safe for contact lens wearers too) and is formulated with Vichy Thermal Spa Water.

Vichy Purete Thermale Eye Make-Up Remover Waterproof £11/150ml via Feel Unique - link.

This post contains a press sample.
Products and items that are featured on The Sunday Girl may have been sent for consideration of feature, or may be items that I have purchased myself. Regardless all opinions expressed on this site are of my own and honest. Any sponsored content will be clearly marked, you can read my full disclaimer here at any time.


  1. I didn't even know there was such a thing as an eye makeup remover. Very interesting
    Makeup, Skin Care, and Hair Care

  2. Recently I have started to absolutely love Vichy's products, and I have been on the lookout for a new eye makeup remover, this sounds perfect! Thanks for the heads up x

    emily x ❤ | emilyloula

  3. This looks great - I don't have an exclusive eye make-up remover so I may get this.

    Lizzie's Daily Blog

  4. Sounds great! x

  5. I don't know why I can't get on with this brand, I like that it isn't greasy despite being oil based. Great Review
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin

  6. ooh, I must give this a try - I pile on the mascara like there's no tomorrow! x

  7. normally i just use makeup wipes but this seems like it would be handy!

  8. This seems amazing and the fact that it's affordable <3
    KKKIRANXOXO: Beauty Blog

  9. I really should be using eye make up remover, I usually just use wipes but this is probably a lot better for my eyes and skin!

    Tessa / Bramble & Thorn

  10. I was a little scared when you said oil based, but at least it doesn't leave a gross residue. :] // ▲ ▲

  11. I always try and look for an eye make up remover that doesn't hurt my eyes, but haven't found one as yet. Except for the cleansing balm by The Body Shop, it melts away all of my eye make up without stinging my eyes x

  12. I absolutely love this stuff - so easy to use and wipes away every last trace!
    Josie XOXO
    Fashion Mumblr

  13. Haha spider lashes, i'm the exact same. Until I get home and try and wash it off and resemble a grumpy panda!

    Hidden Freckles Blog

  14. Ooooh thermal water :) I want to try it it seems really nice

    Fancy Nancy’s YouTube

  15. To be honest, £11 isn't a bad price for that size bottle, I would happily pay that, and especially because I know the other Vichy skincare products I have work really well and have lasted a while. Great review! And I will be having a look out for this. x

    Miss Stylicious


Thank you for your comment, I read each and every one!

However if you need a more direct answer or have a question, do feel free to contact me via Twitter @TheSundayGirlUK or drop me an email at thesundaygirlblog(at)

Thank you!