Ivizia Micellar Eyelid Cleanser
About Ivizia Micellar Eyelid Cleanser
- Sensitive eyelid cleansing
- 3.3 Fl Oz (100mL)
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The Micellar Eyelid Cleanser is a generous-sized bottle of liquid to be used with cotton pads. (We also stock a couple types of lint-free pads for eyelid use.)
Directions matter! "Discard 8 weeks after opening". That means this product is for people who are going to use it every day.
A next generation daily cleanser for eyelid hygiene without irritation.
- From the makers of the #1 doctor prescribed eyelid care brand in Europe
- Micellar formula gently breaks up and lifts oils and make-up
- BAK-free, no rinsing
Indicated for the daily hygiene of eyelids, particularly at the base of eyelashes.
Purified water, PEG 8, Polysorbate 20, Capryloyl glycine, Poloxamer 184, PEG 6 Caprylic/Capric glycerides, Dipotassium phosphate, Sodium hydroxide, Potassium dihydrogen phosphate
Use twice daily on average: morning and evening or whenever you choose to cleanse your eyelids. To cleanse and/or remove makeup from sensitive eyelids, follow these steps in front of a mirror:
- Remove any contact lenses before use.
- Add a small amount of product to a cotton pad or gauze and then apply it to the eyelids and the base of the eyelashes, keeping your eye closed.
- Gently massage the eyelids with a small circular movement to remove all debris, dirt, makeup, and dried tear secretions.
- Lightly stretch the eyelids, then gently rub the inner edge of the eyelids with a cotton pad or cotton swab moistened with the product to remove any dirt and makeup lodged at the base of the eyelashes. Repeat each step for the other eye, using a clean cotton pad.
- No need to rinse after use.
- For your protection do not use if the bottle seal tab is broken or damaged.
- For external use only (eyelids): do not put directly into the eyes.
- Discard bottle 8 weeks after first opening.
- Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
- Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help, or contact Poison Control Center right away.