The most indispensable part of your beauty routine is the removal of your makeup. It is a tip that all stylists, makeup artists and celebrities swear by - never ever go to bed without removing your makeup. Your skin, especially facial skin, is pretty sensitive and delicate and the makeup that you apply, no matter how expensive, has potentially harmful chemicals as some of its ingredients. And that remains true for any cosmetic product you use, even your makeup removers. Furthermore, cleansers are meant to cleanse the face, and not remove makeup. It just doesn’t seem to make sense to remove chemicals using some more chemicals. Replace those cosmetic makeup removers with these natural products to protect your skin from any further damage.
 

Coconut oil

Coconut oil

As the law of attraction goes, like attracts like. Your makeup products have oils and waxes that bind your makeup together, keeping it intact for a longer duration. Coconut oil disintegrates these oils resulting in a quicker removal of the products. It is inexpensive and a 100% natural. It cleanses your pores and hydrates the dermis. To use coconut oil to remove makeup, apply a small amount of oil onto a cotton ball or a facial pad. Gently wipe the face with the oil-moistened pad. Once all your makeup has been removed, wash your face with a cleanser. Make sure that the coconut oil does not remain on your skin.

 

Witch hazel

Witch hazel

Witch hazel, or Winterbloom as it is also called, is valued for its treatment of a host of different ills and discomforts, including acne, haemorrhoids, and just about every rash that makes the body itch. Witch hazel has high amounts of tannic acid, a compound that protects your skin by fighting bacteria. It has anti-inflammatory properties which are useful in treating inflammation. It is found to provide excellent results when used for removing the makeup from your face, right to the very last trace of it, and also reduces any irritation that the makeup might have caused. 

 

Milk

Milk

Milk and yoghurt are excellent makeup removers. Just dip a cotton ball or facial wipe in milk and scrub off every last bit of that makeup from your face. Even if you don't have dry skin, makeup removal should always be followed up with at least some targeted moisture. Milk does both these jobs for your skin.

 

Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Cucumbers have more beauty uses than just keeping their slices on your eyelids. You can blend cucumbers into a fine paste and use it as a cleanser. Apply the mixture to your face with a cotton ball and rinse your face clean. If devoid of time, you can just scrub a cucumber slice across your face. Though this method is inexpensive and naturally cleansing, we would advise that you check the quality of the cucumbers that you are using.