Equate Beauty Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover vs. Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Brandefy Review

The tester here found them to be nearly identical in ingredients and effectiveness- that works for us!

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Pam

07/23/2018

The generic works just as well. Can’t tell any difference at all. Been using this one for years now

Molly Ann

01/11/2019

The equate version is better than the neutrogena version in my opinion! I have used it for years and highly recommend it.

Meghann

03/06/2019

The equate version is one of the very few generic beauty products I buy! It’s identical to the Neutrogena one, but it costs less! This is a huge staple when it comes to removing all my makeup at the end of the day. If you want great results and want to save money, go for the Equate brand with this product!

Hannah

06/20/2019

I use equate. Both are so similar

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