Cailyn Dizzolv’it Makeup Melt Cleansing Balm Review

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I am not sure why I have not dedicated a full post to Cailyn Dizzolv’it before now. I have mentioned it in a few different posts but never wrote a full review. I now realise that was wrong of me, I should not be hiding this amazing product from you all! I am even going to go as far as saying this is one of my “Hero Product”.

I originally received a sample size in a goodie bag and I loved it so much, I went off and bought the full size. I don’t often repurchase so you know it is a winner if I do!

I demonstrated how to use it over on my Insta Stories (find me HERE) on Paddy’s Day and you all went mad for it! I received so many questions in regards to it; I am going to answer them all here for you now.



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Cailyn Dizzolv’it – What Does it Do?

In a nutshell Cailyn Dizzolv’it is a makeup melt cleansing balm. It responds to your body’s temperature and melts into a liquid which can remove the darkest of eye makeup with a gentle rub!

It removes foundation, sunscreen and more importantly waterproof makeup. This has been a saviour for my poor sparse lashes. I can remove my eye makeup in a flash, even when I use inglots gel liner and without any rough rubbing.

Another plus for me is that it does not dry your skin out. The ingredients include aloe vera and calendula flower extract which leave your skin hydrated. No tight skin here after using it which is always a plus!

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Cailyn Dizzolv’it – Does it do what it says on the tin?



In one short word yes! It takes only a couple of minutes for it to breakdown makeup. You don’t need to rub the bejesus out of your face or eyes. Just a couple of light circle movements around the face and eye area and bam its all dissolved. I will warn you, it does not look pretty especially if black liner is used lol.

I usually then use my cleanse off mitt to remove and then I am done. As I said above it is a saviour for my lashes. I have found that it dramatically reduced the amount of lashes I was losing using traditional eye makeup remover.

The other main selling point for me is that your skin is left feel soft and moisturised, not dry and tight. At lot of traditional cleanser (I never use cream cleansers) leave my skin feeling so tight it is actually very uncomfortable. At least when I use the Cailyn Dizzolv’it, I am left with a clean face and don’t feel like a weathered up prune!





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Cailyn Dizzolv’it – A Round Up



I will 100% repurchase this again when I get through this tub. It retails at €25 and for that you get 50 grams and a little spatula. You only have to use the smallest of amounts (quarter size according to instructions) so you will get your moneys worth. This tub will last me for ages.

I like that you can use it on dry skin as my big mirror is in my own room and this way I can see what I am doing. This way I can get my whole face (I am blind without my glasses so need to be very close to a mirror).

Prior to using it I had heard and read mixed reviews. The biggest issue for some seemed to be around sensitivity to the eyes. I personally did not find this the case. Like any oil, take for example coconut oil; if this gets in your eyes it is not pleasant. I always just ensure, I keep my eyes closed when applying.

Overall I can not fault the Cailyn Dizzolv’it so it gets a 5/5 from me!

If you like the sound of the Dizzolv’it you can get in a few different places Cailyn Ireland Inish Pharmacy and Sam McCauley.


Have you used the Cailyn Dizzolv’it before? Do you agree?


Until Next Time

Yvonne xx

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1 thought on “Cailyn Dizzolv’it Makeup Melt Cleansing Balm Review

  1. This sounds like a pretty dreamy product, I have to use miscellar water before using my cleanser because it doesn’t remove makeup this well. I’m now heading off to see if you can get this in NZ, wish me luck…! X

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