A lot of bloggers have already reviewed this so I don't think I need to go into too much detail on it. Basically Mandom's Cleansing Express is a makeup remover that is supposed to remove makeup and clean your face at the same time, thus allowing you to be "ready for bed as soon as possible!" (so reads the little blurb on the bottle).
Comes in 3 types - Agecare (for older skintypes), Sebum (oiler skintypes), and Moist (drier skintypes). Its a clear liquid that looks and feels like water. There seems to be a slight fragrance added but if so its barely noticeable at all.
To use, I just saturated a cotton pad with the product and gently wiped off eyeshadow and face makeup. I noticed that eyeshadow came off easily and it felt quite refreshing afterwards. However eyeliner was a lot more trouble. Tried to saturate a q-tip with the liquid and ended up dispensing too much product out - wasted. I then used the q-tip to remove eyeliner - big mistake. It was okay until I got real close to the lashline (because I tightlined) and then once some got into my eyes it really stung.
Face makeup - I noticed using Mandom involved a bit more rubbing to remove product, which I didn't like because that pulls at your skin unnecessarily. Also I didn't have a clean feeling on my face after using it, I definitely needed to use either a cleanser or cleansing oil to finish off.
Removes eye and lip makeup quickly
Convenient for correcting mistakes or restarting a botched look
Pump dispenser is more convenient than screw top bottles (eg. Lancome Bi-facil...)
Can also be used to quickly clean brushes between colours
Stings eyes upon contact
Doesn't remove foundation / primers throughly enough
Pump dispenser tends to spray too much liquid - wasteful if I just want a drop of it on a q-tip
Pump also sprays all over the place - messy
May not remove waterproof makeup easily and completely
Overall, its a great product if you don't wear waterproof makeup or foundation and just want a quick refreshing way makeup remover. However I wouldn't recommend using this to replace your regular cleanser/cleansing oil, because it doesn't feel like it would thoroughly clean your pores of foundation, especially if you use a primer as well. For waterproof makeup it doesn't remove well without rubbing, so I would recommend Lancome's Bi-facil or L'oreal's Dermo Expertise dual layer remover as a better alternative.