How to Remove Makeup with Natural Oils

How to Remove Makeup with Natural Oils

Spending on expensive makeup removers? Before you do, try out the natural oils that will not only remove the makeup clean, but does amazing benefits your skin. Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, Almond Oil, Coconut does wonders to your skin.

1. JoJoba Oil

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Jojoba Oil not only provides nourishing and moisturizing properties, but also effectively removes the makeup. It is natural, safe and does not sting your eyes, and is better than any other makeup remover out there.

JoJoba Oil as Makeup Remover

Take a bowl and mix two spoons of jojoba oil to two spoons of Rose Water. Rub this makeup cleanser onto your eyes gently and all over your face with a cotton ball and then your finger tips. Now, remove your makeup with a soft, clean and dry cloth until it is clean. Wash off your face with a cleanser.

2. Olive Oil

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Olive Oil offers plenty of health and skincare benefits as well. It’s healthier and safer, plus it repairs the damaged and dull complexion. The method works for all skin types as Olive oil will never harm the skin. In fact, the antioxidants and will protect from premature aging and dullness.

Olive Oil as Makeup Remover

Dab a cotton ball into the Olive Oil and pat it all your face, eyelids and cheeks. With your clean fingertips, rub the skin until the makeup has been removed, and clean it off with a dry cloth. Wash your face with lukewarm water to remove any excess oil and follow it up with a cleanser.

3. Almond Oil

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Almond Oil or Sweet Almond Oil is gentle on your skin, and does not contain any chemicals or substances that harm your skin. Plus, you don’t have to pull or tug your skin that usually causes fine lines, and it doesn’t leave any residue. It soothes the skin are gives relief from itchiness, flaking, cracking, etc.

Almond Oil as Makeup Remover

Take few drops of almond oil on your palm and gently massage all over your face. Use few drops extra if you have a heavy eye makeup. Once you are done massaging, wash off with lukewarm water. Cleanse with a gentle cleanser to remove any residue left.

4. Coconut Oil

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Coconut Oil isn’t just for de-frizz or moisturizing, but it also acts as a good makeup remover. It can easily solubilize or break up water-resistant substances used in your makeup products. Unlike makeup removers, coconut oil leaves your skin supple and younger-looking.

Coconut Oil as Makeup Remover

Scoop a small handful of coconut oil and mix few drops of castor oil. Rub it between your palms and smear it all over a dry face. Rub it all over face, massage it and let it sit for few seconds so that everything dissolves. Grab a cotton pad and wipe everything off. Rinse your face with water and follow it up with a cleanser.

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