Even though you choose all your makeup products with a lot of care, let's be real, they all have a certain amount of chemicals in them. Most makeup is oil based and when left on your skin overnight, can cause harm to it. They clog the pores and cause your skin to break out.

This makes it important to remove all traces of makeup when you go to bed at night. This is also effective at preventing a lot of skin problems from occurring.

Makeup Dissolver
 

Makeup Dissolver

Pigment makeup should always be removed first. Start with your fake eyelashes and make sure there is no adhesive remaining on your skin. Use a makeup remover first to clear the applied lipstick, eyeliner, eyeshadow, blush, and foundation. When you are removing the makeup use multiple facial wipes soaked with makeup remover to make sure every last bit is removed.

Cleansing Milk
 

Cleansing Milk

Once you are done with removing the primary layer of makeup, it is time to remove the rest. Take a few drops of cleansing milk and massage your face with it. The cleansing milk helps in dissolving the makeup that is stuck inside your pores, making it easier for you to remove it. Wash your face thoroughly with cold water and repeat the cleansing milk application if needed.

Face Wash
 

Face Wash

After cleansing your face you can use a face wash to remove the last traces of makeup that is trapped in your skin. A face wash helps by removing the extra pollutants that might have settled on your face. The lather removes impurities, makeup and excess oil, leaving skin feeling clean.

Toner
 

Toner

Finish your makeup removal with applying a mild toner. Choose a toner that has no alcoholic content. Toners help in regulating the pH balance of your skin.  Dip a cotton pad in a gentle toner and apply it to your face and neck region. It helps to revive your skin and helps your pores to breathe. Finish by applying a gentle moisturiser that hydrates and heals your skin while you sleep.