All Natural Makeup Remover

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Making your own natural makeup remover is actually an easy trick, Why this is important is, it makes sensitive skin to not suffer iriitations. Here are a few common oils and foods that double up as ah-mah-zing makeup removers. Give them a try!


Avocado: A fresh avocado and a q-tip to make some makeup removing magic happen. Gently swab the avocado to pick up the nourishing oils), and it will have the eyeliner disappear. Plus, the omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E found in avocado oil double as a moisture-rice eye cream.


Grape Seed Oil: Use a little cotton pad to soak up some grape seed and it will soothingly gently remove the make up. Use grapeseed oil on your entire face to prevent acne, clear up sun spots and kick wrinkles to the curb.


Cucumber Slices: Although cucumbers are largely known for depuffing eyes, they’re also a great way to wipe off makeup the all natural.

Jojoba Oil: Using Jojoba Oil for makeup remover, mix 2 parts water to 1 part Jojoba oil and be rid of those stubborn mascaras and eyeliners. Also use Jojoba oil as a moisturizer, cuticle cream, or even as a warm hair masque.


Coconut Oil:

Natural Oil Cleanser: Oils in the skin is what keeps it youthful-looking, supple, and vibrant. If you use natural oils such as olive oil and coconut oil (Coconut oil is multipurpose. Hair smoother, skin soother, teeth and gum cleaner . . .  It works perfectly as a natural make up remover and it also does wipe off all the essential oils out off your face), you will be able to cleanse your skin without over-drying it. It’s also great at removing basically all types of makeup, from the darkest mascara to the most pigmented lipstick.

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Milk: There’s no surprise that milk is great for the skin. The fat and proteins in milk, especially whole milk, can help to hydrate and allow for your skin to retain moisture. Using milk to remove your makeup is simpler and cheaper than buying most drug-store removers. Take about a tablespoon of almond oil and add it to a bowl of whole milk and rub it all over your face. Then wash it off after a few minutes



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