I thought that my search for the perfect make-up remover had ended when I first tried Bioderma, but what I didn't realise was how I was going to be able to maintain buying it on my shoestring budget (and how annoying it is having to pay postage charges on any order I make on it as I don't live near somewhere like London) so I have been on a search to find a more purse friendly alternative, cue Amie's Bright Eye's make up remover and New Bloom facial cleansing wipes.
You may have heard, in the past my love for this brand (just a little). The packaging is just as cute as other items from the range I have tried, its great for your skin and kind to the environment.
I must admit I have become very lazy with my skincare routine of late, due to working late shifts, working on my portfolio and making wedding invitations (a little side venture I have) so it's great to just get home from work and use one of the New Bloom wipes over my face and then use the Bright Eyes to remove the heavier make up from around my eyes. The thing I love the most about the eye make up remover is that it doesn't sting. After using the L'Oreal Micellar Water (another entry on my quest to replace Bioderma) I've found that it stings my eyes actually to the point that I no longer want to use it.
The great thing about this range is that it is completely affordable, Bright Eyes is £4.75 for a 125ml bottle (and a little goes a long way) and the New Bloom wipes are £3.49 for 25 wipes. The wipes are perfect if you're lazy like me, but also great if you're off on holiday or a festival this year.
You can view the full range of Amie products on the Amie website here where you can purchase them online or you can find them in your local Waitrose or John Lewis.
Have you tried Amie before?