3 natural makeup removers you can make right at home
Makeup remover wipes are so incredibly convenient. I’ve been known to carry a pack or two of them in my bag for quick makeup removal or to freshen up my face when needed (i.e., humid day, post-workout, etc). Although they seem to serve their purpose for those special on-the-go or time-crunch situations, I've always wondered exactly how clean my skin was getting when using them. I’m sure you’ve wondered the same thing. The truth is, I’m not totally convinced that they remove all of the makeup, and I still wish to cleanse my face more thoroughly following use. It’s hard not to imagine an ugly layer of residue sitting on my skin wreaking all kinds of havoc – eek! Turns out, there is some truth to
Coconut or olive oilIf there were ever a beauty crisis, the answer will (almost) always be coconut oil; it just has so many uses! Natural oils are great for the skin and a key factor in keeping it vibrant and youthful. Coconut and olive oils help to remove makeup without overdrying the face — win! This is my personal go-to and it works each and every time, even for more difficult eye makeup
Almond oil and milk
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And there you have it! Pretty soon, you'll be mixing and concocting your very own makeup remover pads that are great for your skin — not to mention they'll save you money in the long run
Have you tried any of these makeup removal combinations? Sound off in the comments below and let me know if you have any additional natural removal remedies to add