I may be biased, because I love this brand's iconic packaging so much, but it's hard for me to resist impulse buying new flavors. I have over half of the flavors EOS offers, and I love Honeydew the most by far. I have two, one for my makeup desk and one for my backpack! The scent is calming, and the color is so cute! The formula is smoother than some of the other scents--like mango. Mango's formula seems a little more hardened to me? But maybe I purchased a bad one.
You can look at this product in two ways: How they suit their function, and how they compete in relation to other makeup wipes. Due to alternate solutions for makeup removal (Micellar water, for example), wipes aren't the first thing I'm reaching for. When I do reach for wipes, however, it won't likely be these. These can get some makeup off, but only with extensive rubbing, and I'm still left with residual product after I go at my face for a while. I don't want to rough my skin up, and the alcohol scent on these wipes is more overwhelming than it is on other wipes. I've found equate's line of wipes to do a suitable, if not better, job than these at a lower price point.
I have very dry skin, so I thought this primer would be amazing. I was wrong. It's decent, but for the little amount of product and the high price, it wasn't as good as I was hoping. It made my makeup oily after an hour or two, and I'm not disillusioned about my skin type. My skin, like, flakes--it gets that dry. I tried using a little less (before, I had used less than a dime-sized amount-maybe a popcorn kernel per side of my face), and found that the oiliness went away somewhat, but I felt that the application wasn't as even as I'd like it to be. Maybe I'm being spoiled, but if I pay over thirty bucks for a primer, I feel like it shouldn't be so much work to get it to do its job in a satisfactory manner? The after balm that Nikkitutorials recommended actually worked better for me than this did.