I purchased this bottle in the shopper’s stop. I was passing from the Chambor counter & this cutie caught my attention. It was love at a first sight. I didn’t even know what it was & decided to buy it. So….it was an eye & lip make up remover and price was Rs.825 for 120 ml bottle. Frankly speaking I didn’t need it as I already had eye makeup remover. And it is costly!!! But love is blind, isn’t it? So finally I bought it against my better judgment.
It comes in a clear plastic bottle with a steel cap. It is a biphasic fluid that means it is a mixture of water & oil based liquids. If it’s standing still then both get separated and the shiny clear fluid floats and the transparent sea blue one settles down. It looks so cute!
You have to shake it to mix both liquids before each use. And it becomes even cuter!!
Ingredients: Aqua(water), Cyclopentasiloxane, Coco-caprylate/Caprate, Butylene Glycol, Potassium Sorbet, Sodium chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Panthenol, Pentylene glycol, Malachite Extract, Potassium chloride, Diethylhexyl syringylidenemalonate, Benzophenone-4, Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride, Sodium hydroxide.
After mixing it looks like this
What does Chambor claim:
Chambor eye & lip make up remover for waterproof make up.
A bi-phased formula to quickly remove all eye & lip make up, even heavy or waterproof. Shake well before use. Take 3 ml product on to a cotton pad and wipe gently over eye-lids, lashes or lips without rubbing. Suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
Dermatologist and Ophthalmologist tested.
Usually I only apply eyeliner, kajal hence I use fresh ear bud instead of cotton pad to remove eye makeup. I take 2 -3 drops on one side of ear bud and remove the liner & kajal and use the other dry side of bud to clean the oil & residues. Use separate ear bud for another eye. It leaves some oil after use. Hence I wash my face with water which removes all the oil.
For lips again 2-3 drops on cotton pad is enough.
I have tried it with full eye makeup (kajal, water proof eyeliner, mascara & eye shadow) & small amount on cotton pad (3 ml is not needed) has removed it easily.
Revlon super lustrous lipstick-first love, Lakme eye artist-black & Chambor dazzle transferproof eye pensil-grey dazzle respectively.
After 1st swipe
Pros of Chambor eye and lip make up remover
• It really doesn’t cause any irritation. No redness. No burning.
• It removes water proof eye and lip makeup easily & smoothly.
• It is very gentle, rubbing is not needed.
• It is suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
• For me it is going to last for long time.
• This bottle looks damn cute!
Cons of Chambor eye and lip make up remover
• High cost! 825 rupees for 120 ml is too much. You can get eye & lip makeup remover of other brands at much less cost.
• The eye area becomes oily after the use. This oil does not cause any problem. But my skin is already oily hence I don’t like the idea of extra oil on my face. If your skin is dry then you will like it.
• If you wear full eye make up (i.e. eyeliner, mascara, eye shadow) every day then it is not going to last you for long.
• Some times it leaves some makeup residues (may be because of my ear bud use) but washing of face after removing makeup take care of it.
Will I repurchase it?
Yes. I like it very much. The cost is main problem but this bottle is going to last long for me. Hence it’s value for money. Definitely I am going to repurchase it.
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21 thoughts on “Chambor Eye and Lip Makeup Remover Review”
Nice review Sonu :waytogo: My mum uses this and she’s really happy with it. The only con I find it the price!
yes the price is bit high 🙁 but still I like it
The price is pretty high, its a total turn off for me 🙁
nice review ………….but this is in very hight price………….. :idk:
the remover costs more than kajal,mascara etc :jaiho: :jaiho: :jaiho:
nice review… just that it is a bit pricey 🙁
Its cheaper than clinique take the day off …i’ll definitely try this when im done with clinique 🙂
I’m sure you’ll like it
:shout: :shout: 825 rupees for this ???????????
i rather choose to make my very own cleanser … 🙂 🙂
Pls tell me how to make it at home? I’ll also try.I can’t use any oil to remove eye make up because it gives me milia.
Nice review Sonu!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
good one Sonu and like u said the bottle is really lovable 🙂
Isn’t it ramya? :inlove:
This is my 1st review. Thank you Rati for publishing it.
I’m very very happy . :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:
Thank you all for reading it & complimenting it.
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dat is expensive…bt nice that it works well…
mighty mighty expensive, has anyone used any reasonably priced makeup removers. say under 500 or so. so far i mix a drop of olive oil with a drop of rose water , massage and wipe off with a damp cotton wool. but would love a quicker alternative
Oh!I can’t use olive oil. 🙁
I’ve been using this for the past few months – it really does a great job of removing all the makeup from my face (I use it for full face). But you need to wash your face after using this because of the oily residue it leaves behind – I use a facewash to clean after this, since I have oily skin and can’t take a chance!