Natural and Homemade Make-Up Removers (Part Two)

This is the continuation of the first part of the blog on natural and homemade make-up removers. Haven’t you check it out? You can read it here.

5 – Clay Make-up Remover

Preparing a clay make-up remover will allow you to feel hydration and freshness on the skin; moreover, in a few minutes, you will be able to effectively remove eye make-up, including mascara, which is often difficult to remove. This type of make-up remover will also be ideal for removing the most intense lipsticks from the lips without having to rub for a long time.

You will need:

  • 1 tablespoon of white clay
  • 1 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin
  • 1 teaspoon of sweet almond oil
  • 50 ml of water

Mix all the ingredients, but save the water for last. This version of make-up remover can also be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. The mixture should be shaken before use and applied to the dry face with a cotton swab.

6 – Make-Up Remover With Aloe Vera

To prepare an aloe vera-based make-up remover, you need:

  • 50 ml of jojoba oil
  • 30 ml of aloe vera gel

Combine the two ingredients and mix. This type of detergent must be kept in the refrigerator, but unlike the previous ones, it lasts up to a month.

Aloe vera is famous for its refreshing and moisturizing properties, also combined with jojoba oil, it removes make-up on every part of the face in a very delicate way. On the other hand, Jojoba oil is a cosmetic vegetable oil suitable for all skin types, rich in vitamins and very versatile, with elasticizing and moisturizing properties.

7 – Strawberry Make-Up Remover/Mask

Combine 5 large strawberries and two tablespoons of whole natural yoghurt in a blender, blend everything and apply the mixture on the face by making light circular massages, then leaving it to act for a few minutes if it were a beauty mask. After this time, remove everything with the help of a sponge soaked in warm water. Not only will you have easily removed all traces of make-up, but your skin will also be smooth, soft and radiant!

8 – Make-Up remover With Green Tea

The recipe for a green tea make-up remover with potent antioxidant properties is straightforward. What do you need?

  • 100 ml of green tea infusion
  • 70 ml sunflower oil
  • 1 tablespoon of intimate natural cleanser

Prepare a green tea infusion and pour it into a bottle adding sunflower oil with emollient and soothing properties; finally, also pour in the intimate organic cleanser. Always shake before use and keep it for up to a week in the refrigerator.

9 – Coconut Oil As a Make-Up Remover

Coconut oil is a natural remedy that you can use to effectively remove make-up without irritating the skin. In winter, coconut oil comes in solid form, so just take a small amount and heat it between your fingers before applying it with circular massages on the face. With the help of a sponge soaked in water, you will then have to remove any residues. If it is summer and the coconut oil is already in liquid form, you can soak a pad and wipe it on the removed areas.

10 – Coconut Milk Make-Up Remover

In this article, the last idea we propose is a DIY make-up remover with coconut milk, to be made directly on the spot when you need it to remove make-up from your face. The recipe is very simple: you will have to mix 1 tablespoon of olive oil with half a tablespoon of coconut milk and then apply the mixture directly on the dry face with the help of a disk.
The super-fast preparation makes this product one of the quickest to use: the make-up remover action will not fail… try it!

Have you ever try one of these natural removers? Let us know how it went in the comments below!

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