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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Some easy ways to remove makeup

Everyone likes a fresh start. If you want to wake up with clean, glowing skin, then you absolutely must take off all your makeup. You're doing your skin the ultimate favor by taking off your makeup at night. Sleeping with your face makeup on can lead to dry skin, acne, and even wrinkles caused by collagen breakdown — and that's just face makeup.

Leaving eye makeup on causes its own set of problems, including eye infections, eye irritation, styles, and broken eyelashes. Removing your makeup every night is a skin care necessity.

Read on for seven tips on how to remove makeup completely.

1. Milk

As good as milk is for our health, it is equally amazing for our skin. Don’t you remember those old stories of queens such a Cleopatra using milk to bathe in? The fat and proteins in milk, especially whole milk, can help hydrate and allow your skin to retain moisture.

To remove eye makeup, wipe your eyes with a cotton ball dipped in milk, and then rinse your face clean.

2. Coconut Oil

This wonder ingredient impresses through simplicity. You don’t need anything else to remove even waterproof makeup! Just a dab of coconut oil and that’s good. 

To get the most out of it, take a quarter-sized amount into your palms and gently rub it into your face or use coconut oil soaked cotton pads.

3. Steam

It helps to get last traces of makeup off your face. Steam is the secret skincare weapon of many models too. It unclogs your skin pores and removes all the dirt and impurities.

4. Baby Wipes

'm sure we've all gone through the phase of using makeup remover wipes as our nightly go-to for taking off our makeup. Sure, they work for most people, but if you've noticed they dry out or irritate your skin, I've found that baby wipes can make for an ultra-hydrating alternative. They're gentle enough for a baby's tush, so it only makes sense that they're not too harsh for our skin.

5. Baby Oil

DIY beauty mavens have long sworn by baby oil as a gentle makeup remover. Just like coconut oil, it can remove the makeup that just doesn't want to part ways with your face. 

As an added bonus, a little goes a long way, so you'll appreciate how much moola baby oil can save you in the long run.

6. Aloe Vera

You know about the miraculous benefits of this plant, so include it in your evening routine.

7. Cucumber Juice

You need not look further than your refrigerator, Use a blender to mash cucumber until it has become pasty, add a little of your carrier oil of choice (I personally prefer olive), and it's ready to use as a cleanser. You'll love how well the mixture soothes the skin while taking off your makeup.


These natural makeup removal remedies are budget-friendly, simple and super hydrating. Always remember, the more we take care of our skin, the more it will glow.

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