The Best Way to Remove Your Makeup COMPLETELY!

 

Unfortunately for us, some good things always have to come to an end... 
In this case, the joy of wearing makeup ends when you have to wash it off by the end of day. I get it washing your face can be a hassle, but trust me it is totally worth it. Sleeping with makeup brings no good news. The makeup mixes with oil, sweat and dirt, clogs your pores which allows acne causing bacteria to spread and cause blemishes to erupt. Sleeping in your makeup also causes dehydration to your skin leaving it dry and cracked.  

If you are like me, I always wipe off my makeup before I wash my face. I realized that when I don't do this, my foundation runs and stains everywhere and also, there is always residue on my face towel, even after cleansing.

Before I wash my face, there are a few things, listed below, I do that can help you get all the makeup out, clean your pores and get you ready for a good face wash;



FACE

If you have on light make up, maybe just a concealer, or minimal makeup, you can use;

Micellar Cleansing water

If you have on full make up, I will suggest you remove your make up with;

Make up remover cleansing wipes or baby wipes
Suggestion: 

Moisturizing cleansers
Suggestion: 

Oil Cleaner


EYES

Removing mascara, eyeliner and eye shadow can be very hard if you only wash your face. You have to find the right oil based products to help you lift the eye liner and make it easier to wipe off; Here are some helpful suggestions; 

Waterproof eye make up remover
Suggestion: 

Oils that break down the eyeliner;  (Can all be found at any grocery store)
Suggestion: 
Coconut oil, 
Olive oil
Jojoba oil


Lips 

Lipsticks and Lip stains has to be removed with something that leaves moisture on the lips, if not the lips would start cracking and dry up. 

Petroleum Jelly 
Suggestion: 

Oils (Can all be found at any grocery store)
Suggestion: 
Coconut oil, 
Olive oil

Micellar Cleansing water 
Suggestion: 
Lip Scrub
Pair up a lip scrub with a lip conditioner
Suggestion: 
If you have yet to nail down your skin type (normal, oily, combination, etc), make sure you click here to determine your skin type. After preping your face and removing the first layer of make up. you can then go ahead with washing your face with the best cleansers for your skin type and get it squeaky clean! 

I know it can be such a pain to wash your face especially at night, but we have to pull through to avoid unnecessary breakouts and dehydration.

Been blogging for 2 months now!! Super excited and Loving it! Leave a comment and let me know what you use to remove your makeup before cleansing. 



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