Jan 10, 2013
What's your favorite makeup remover for either a full face of makeup or eyes? Also do you have a preference between a cleanser or wipes?
I use wipes to remove my face makeup and then wash my face to exfoliate and work on my acne. I'm shopping around for an eye makeup remover that will remove the Inglot gel liner, because I can't seem to get that off, but for a while I was using the Make Up Forever eye makeup remover and loved that it didn't make my eyes burn at all.
Sesamee avecado or apricot seed oil? I change up oils from whole foods. Butter works too.
Extra virgin organic coconut oil...it has done amazing things for my skin
I usually use wipes, then I wash my face and tone. But recently, because I am using Differin, my skin has become ultra sensitive and the wipes make my skin sore. My mum gave me a bottle of Boots organic cleansing lotion with olive oil in it and I started using that and I really like it. It removes the make up really well and makes my skin feel gorgeous. I suffer from acne so at first I thought no way can I use a cleanser with olive oil in it but I really feel as if it has actually improved my skin.
Shu Uemura brightening cleansing oil. There is no need to separate cleansing and makeup removal with this no matter how much makeup I wear. My skin feels soft afterward too rather than parched.
Urban Decay meltdown
Neutrogena cleansing towelettes...affordable & works oh so good.
simple wipes are so gentle
The cleansing milk by Laroche posay is great!and for really tricky make -up or gel/waterproof the dual oil and cleanser by Roc is perfect. They are both hypoallergenic and made from thermal water so they don't irritate and leave skin so soft and hydrated
I second coconut oil and I add a tiny drop of castor oil. takes off even the craziest heaviest nonsense I can come up with easily and makes my skin suuuuuper soft.
I use clean and clear makeup wipes, i've heard bioderma is really good, but really hard to get in the usa, you can get it in france, i use clinique cleanser, toner, and moisturizer, also for my mascara that is hard to remove i use YSL instant eye makeup remover http://www.sephora.com/search/searc...
I like Clinique's naturally gentle eye makeup remover. It cleans very well and doesn't irritate my eyes as some of the other brands I tried do.
Johnson's and Johnson's head to toe baby wash it takes everything off my face I can use a witch hazel wipe afterwards and pick up nothing. It's awesome because its tear free so you can get all that eye makeup off with no issues
I change it up but I use oils such as almond or coconut to remove eye makeup and it conditions at the same time.
Coconut oil is amazing. My local organic co-op sells it by the pound in solid form. A quarter pound lasts me forever and I also use it in my hair and on my body.
Jan 11, 2013
I have really sensitive skin, so I just use baby wipes and then doing my regular skin care routine.
I have tied many makeup removers, but my absolute favorite is the liquid Neutrogena makeup remover. I use A LOT of mascara and it comes off easily!:)
I use the Anabelle wipes and I add some Sephora super remover (the blue liquid one) because the wipes are not enough! I don't like to rub, I like it when it goes off easily!
Lovee my clinique one. It glides right off
Babybe wipes or the up and up liquid one from target!
I just tried coconut oil. it was amazing! Thanks!
clinique take the day off
I really like Sonia Kashuk's eye makeup remover.
I love the Simple wipes for my face but for eye makeup I use baby shampoo mixed with water. takes of waterproof mascara very easily and no more tears!!!
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