Make Your Own Makeup Remover
Cut Down The Monthly Cost Of Buying Makeup Removers
After a day of flaunting your full face of makeup, it needs a proper cleanse too. Not using the appropriate method to cleanse out the makeup can lead to skin concerns such as aging, dry patches, acne, and whatnot. Using the wrong ways to remove makeup can leave your skin dehydrated, so always choose the right makeup remover. There are tiring days when you are too tired to follow any step-by-step methods with several products to cleanse your face. That's where makeup remover comes in handy. Here's a DIY hack to save your monthly spending on those expensive makeup removers.
Jojoba Oil Makeup Remover:
Jojoba oil has similar properties to the natural sebum of the skin. Combo of jojoba oil and witch hazel, known in skincare for decades, makes the perfect makeup remover for combination skin types.
Mix 2 tablespoons of jojoba oil in an equal quantity of witch hazel. Add aloe vera gel for extra soothing after getting rid of the chemical residue of makeup.
Full Glam Remover:
When you have to get rid of that layer of full coverage foundation on your face, this makeup remover will do its magic. With no vigorous rubbing, it'll remove the makeup in one go. The baby shampoo is very mild to the skin and would do no damage to remove full-face makeup. Mixing baby shampoo with olive oil will work best against the smudge-proof ingredient.
Mix 1/4 tablespoon of olive oil with 1/2 tablespoon of baby oil add the ingredients in half a cup of rose water. You can keep it in a bottle and use it with cotton pads to remove makeup.