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DIY Face Makeup Remover

DIY Face Makeup Remover
 

Best Diy Face Makeup Remover solutions are here. Diy face makeup remover with clean cheap ingredients is use. There are several great options for Diy face makeup remover, and these are also great skincare recipes.

Oil Cleansing

Oil cleansing is just what it sounds like: cleaning your face with oil. This DIY face makeup remover may be the simplest of all.

It sounds funny, but oil cleansing can actually dissolve excess oil in your pores. Using the right oils, you can balance overly dry or overly oily skin because oil cleansing can work for any skin type!

Popular oils to use for oil cleansing include castor and olive oil, but with some experimentation, you may find that other oils work well for your skin. Sunflower, safflower, avocado, and coconut oils may work as well. Personally, I’ve found a ratio of 3/4 olive oil to 1/4 castor or hazelnut oil is perfect for my skin.

To use the oil cleansing method as a DIY Face makeup remover:

Use about a quarter-sized amount of oil and massage over your face for one to two minutes. (No need to pre-wash or wet your skin).

Soak a clean washcloth in very hot water and wring it out before placing it over your face. Allow it to sit and steam your face for about a minute.

Give your skin a wipe with the clean side of the cloth and allow the thin layer of oil left behind to remain and soak into your skin.

Witch Hazel

Made from the witch hazel shrub, witch hazel is basically an herbal extract or hydrosol. It has been used traditionally for skin problems and has a long history of use in the beauty industry.

I love witch hazel as a multi-purpose remedy because it helps with a variety of skin conditions. It helps with spot-treating acne, soothing dry skin or itching, and removing makeup.

To use witch hazel as a DIY Face makeup remover:

Use witch hazel on its own or diluted 50:50 with water.

Soak the corner of a washcloth or cotton makeup pad and remove makeup in circular motions.

Aloe Vera

To use aloe vera as a DIY Face makeup remover:

In a small container, combine equal parts aloe vera gel and raw honey.

Add 2 TBSP of your oil of choice for every 1 cup of cleanser.

Use an immersion blender to combine the ingredients until a paste forms. Store in an airtight container, and be sure to keep your cleanser in the refrigerator if it contains fresh, preservative-free aloe vera.

Use a small scoop of the cleanser to remove makeup by massaging it into the skin for one to two minutes before rinsing clean with cool water.

 DIY Face Makeup Remover Wipes

To make DIY Face makeup remover wipes:

You’ll need:

A pint-sized jar with a tight-fitting lid

Cotton rounds

1 TBSP pure aloe vera

3 tsp pure witch hazel extract

1 tsp liquid castile soap (Dr. Bronner’s Baby Mild is a perfect choice.)

1 tsp fractionated coconut oil (or your favorite skin-cleansing oil)

8-12 drops skin-soothing essential oil like lavender or frankincense

Optional: 1 tsp vitamin E oil or 6-8 drops rosemary essential oil as a preservative

Honey Face Wash

To use honey to clean off your makeup:

Simply use about a teaspoon of raw honey (I like either Manuka Honey or Raw Organic Honey) and rub between your hands.

Spread it over your face and massage in a circular motion.

Allow the honey to sit for 5-10 minutes before removing with a warm cloth. Once your skin dries, it will be fresh and dewy!

Exfoliating Scrub

To use aloe vera as a DIY Face makeup remover:

I’ve always loved the feeling of a good scrub to exfoliate my skin and get rid of dead cells and microscopic dirt in order to get a glowing complexion.

Ground walnut shell makes a great exfoliating ingredient, and there are some great natural products that contain it. However, if you want to go even more natural, plus save money by making your own DIY makeup remover scrub, you can try this recipe:

  • 1/4 cup ground walnut shells
  • 1/4 cup calendula oil
  • 2 TBSP aloe vera gel
  • 1 TBSP emulsifying wax
  • 1 tsp castile soap
  • 8 drops lavender essential oil

Rose Water Cleansing Gel

To use aloe vera as a DIY Face makeup remover:

I don’t know if there’s anything that smells more lovely or feminine than rose water. I make it for all sorts of things, including perfume, flavoring foods, uplifting my mood, and, of course, my beauty routine.

To make a DIY Face makeup remover with rose water, combine the following ingredients in a pump bottle:

  • 1 cup rose water
  • 1/4 cup aloe vera gel
  • 2 tsp glycerine
  • 1 tsp castille soap
  • 8 drops rose absolute for additional scent and skincare benefits