The Best Makeup Removers In Your Kitchen
On a budget but still like your face beat? Not to worry, there are plenty of ways to keep you skin clean and healthy. Makeup removers can be expensive and most of them don’t really get the job done. Instead, try any of these items straight out of your kitchen, and your face and wallet will thank you later!
1. Oil Cleanse
The problem with a lot of typical makeup removers is they strip your delicate facial skin. The eye area is especially vulnerable to the harshness of everyday cleansers. Natural oils, such as coconut or olive oil are great for this because not only do they cling to that all day wear mascara, they moisturize and soften the skin as they work. The natural oils are great also because they won’t clog your pores, if used properly.
Who doesn’t love a milk bath? The fat and proteins found in milk are great for the skin, and help to keep it hydrated. Use of milk topically is also great for soothing the skin. Mix about a tablespoon of milk with some almond oil and…