An eye makeup remover specifically formulated for dry eyes that leaves skin feeling smooth and hydrated.

Clinically Proven to Remove Makeup & Safe for the Tear Film

  • Formulated for patients with dry eyes
  • Ophthalmologist & dermatologist tested
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Contains hyaluronic acid and coconut oil to hydrate the skin
  • Non-toxic, no added fragrance, no alcohol, and free of parabens
  • Not tested on animals
  • Packaged in an environmentally friendly, re-usable jar

Remove the makeup and keep the hydration.


  • Removes makeup and hydrates without causing irritation
  • Safe for sensitive skin
  • Gentle on the eyes
  • Leaves skin feeling smooth and hydrated


  • Convenient 45 pre-soaked wipes (can be used for up to 6 months after opening)

How to Use:

  1. On closed eye, gently rub eyelid and eyelash roots with the pre-soaked I-LID ’N LASH® EYE MAKEUP REMOVER wipe in a circular motion until all makeup is removed.
  2. Repeat as needed for the second eye using a clean wipe.
  3. For optimal ocular hygiene, follow with a spray of I-LID ’N LASH® HOCL CLEANSING SPRAY onto closed eyes and let dry – OR – Spray onto clean cotton pad until moistened and then gently wipe eyelids.

Did You Know?

  • Not removing makeup properly can encourage bacterial overgrowth leading to ocular irritation and infection.1
  • People who do not remove makeup at night have greater dry eye symptoms than those who do.2


[1] Biscaldi, Lauren. “Steering Clear of Makeup Misuse can Prevent Ocular Disease.” Ophthalmology Advisor (July 16, 2021). https://www.ophthalmologyadvisor.com/topics/cornea-ocular-surface/dry-eye/improper-eyelid-cosmetic-h… Accessed April 30, 2022.

[2] Periman, Laura M. “Long Eyelashes, Dry Eyes; What Glaucoma Drops and Eyelash Cosmetics Have in Common.” Ophthalmology Management 25 (April 2021): 56-59, 65. https://www.ophthalmologymanagement.com/issues/2021/april-2021/long-eyelashes,-dry-eyes. Accessed April 1, 2022.

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