Green People gentle make up remover review

Green People gentle cleanse and makeup remover* is a gentle, creamy remover designed to take off both eye and facial makeup.

As a fan of natural skincare, I was delighted to test this out as part of a new website launch from Nature's Healthbox - a new site dedicated to natural, organic and eco-friendly products.

One of the largest certified organic skincare brands, Green People produce all sorts of products from shampoos to skincare. This products was perfect for me as I wear a lot of heavy eye-makeup, so I thought I would be able to give it a really good test.

The remover comes in a pump style bottle, making it easy to dispense the right amount. You apply using fingertips, massaging into the skin and then removing either with cotton wool or rinsing off with water.

I found this really effective in removing my makeup, even the heavy black liner I like to wear. It didn't leave my lids feeling greasy, despite the creamy texture and didn't irritate my somewhat sensitive skin.

The only thing I wasn't overly keen on was that the product was scented. It smells like roses, which normally I love, but I prefer any products that are going near my eyes to be as unscented as possible.

You can buy this product in different sizes, and for a 50ml (the smallest) bottle, it retails at £9.89.

Special offer

As part of their launch, Natures Healthbox are offering all Tales of a Pale Face readers 10% off all products until 31st January. Just enter the code BLOGTASTIC2013 to receive the discount on your order.

(* PR sample - views are still all my own)



  1. Love a good discount code and this looks like a great product!



  2. This sounds lovely xx


  3. Great review, sounds like a lovely product but definitely agree about scents when it comes to anything you apply over the eye area x


    1. It's lovely, if there was an unscented one I'd definitely buy it x

  4. This sounds really good - does it remove waterproof mascara? x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

    1. I didn't try it in waterproof mascara, I'll have to give it a go. It did take off my thick black liner really well though x

  5. It sounds like a great product. I agree with you though that I like for most products to be unscented.

    Jessica @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

    1. Yes, if they did an unscented version it'd be great x


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