4 Natural Makeup Removers To Try Today

Written by Khubi Amin AhmedSep 09, 2016
We’ve brought to you the best of makeup tricks and hacks all along and revealed to you some well-kept cosmetic secrets and beauty tips. This time however, we tell you just how to undo all that! So just in case you run out of your regular makeup remover or cleansing lotion, here are 5 organic ways to get rid of it without causing your skin any harm…

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Opt for natural oils

Eyes are twice as sensitive as your skin which is why you need to be twice as careful, hence natural oils make for an excellent choice. Extra-virgin olive oil, apricot kernel oil, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, hazelnut oil are all known to have anti-bacterial properties that leave the skin naturally cleansed and moisturised. Simply pour a few drops of your preferred oil on a cotton swap and wipe off that smoky eye makeup.

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Honey and baking soda

For the first step of removing your makeup, add some baking soda to the honey. Splash your face with water and dab the mixture on your face (except the eye region). Once you start rubbing gently you’ll notice that the baking soda starts to exfoliate your skin. That’s when it’s time to wash it off.

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Raw Milk

Raw milk is probably the most harmless makeup remover ever. Soak a cotton swab in raw milk and wipe with it all your eye makeup. Then gently wipe off all your facial make up and wash off with lukewarm water. That is your natural most makeup remover and moisturiser best suited for sensitive skin.

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Steam erupting from hot water is your safest bet at removing makeup. Just fill in a basin/ container with hot water and lean over it. Soak into the steam and let it open all your pores. This way you will get rid of every ounce of makeup on your face and keep your pores in the best possible shape.

Khubi Amin Ahmed

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