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I’ll wash off my makeup wth Neutrogena One Step Gentle Cleanser. Then I’ll use Neutrogena Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover on my eyes to take off any mascara or eyeliner that’s left behind. Then I’ll use Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser For Normal to Oily Skin all over my face and rinse off. After I dry my face, the very last step is to spray MAC Fix+

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I use Estee Lauder’s make up remover (blue bottle) and sometimes if I’m wearing something long lasting (mascara, lipstick) then I will either use Clinique’s Take the day off or Avon’s make up remover. I also wash my face with Clinique facial wash to get the rest of the make up blush, powder, foundation) off.

I use Lush Babyface cleanser for taking off my eye makeup, it’s the only eye makeup remover I’ve ever used that doesn’t sting my eyes or make them watery at all, or make them feel raw at the outer corners. For the rest of my face I just wash with Lush Coalface facial soap, then tone with Lush Eau-Roma Water Toner.

I just use Coalface, and it gets rid of every trace of makeup (must be the sandalwood and rose oils!) 🙂

I remove my make up with some olive oil on a cotton ball, then I cleanse my face with castile soap and use acv diluted with a lot of water as a toner.

I use coconut oil to remove my eye makeup – doesn’t sting at all! It’s super oily so it works in a couple swipes. After that, I use Olay Daily Facials wipe all over my face (also helps remove the oil around my eyes). Then I wash my whole face with Spectro extra sensitive skin cleanser.

Coconut oil is rather interesting – it’s actually a solid at room temperature. But once you touch it for a second, your hand’s heat will turn it into the common oil texture. I bought a giant jar at a healthfood store, so try Whole Foods or Wild Oats, etc.

Lancome Bi-facil is an AMAZING make up remover. Although I generally remove eye makeup with it it can be used for the lips too, like the last time I wore mac’s pro longwear lip colour, it was the only make up remover which could get it all off in a swipe!

If found that a single MAC Wipe does the job! I’m impressed! With a little more diligence I can get rid of all my waterproof mascara after everything else!

When my acne was much worse, the MAC Wipe would sting my face like crazy, but all the alternatives at the drugstore stung worse.

I use dermatologist prescribed face wash and cleanser but I have Lancome’s Bi-Facial for eye makeup remover. Really good stuff! Too bad it’s a little pricey. I use L’Oreal too.

I use MAC Gently Off makeup remover for my lips and eyes. Olay Daily Facials and/or Neutrogena Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub and finish with OC Bigelow’s witch hazel formula skin tonic. Then I moisturize! 😀

For eye makeup, I use Sonia Kushak make-up remover from Target with a cotton square. I usually just wash with Cetaphil for the rest of my face.

In the morning I wash with Cetaphil because my skin is bare. At night if I am not wearing any eye makeup I wash my face with Philosophy Purity Made Simple – gets everything off and doesn’t dry the skin. Sometimes I use MAC’s cold cream cleanse… its somewhat soothing and calming to the skin but does leave a residue so I wash it off with cetaphil. For eyemakeup i use MAC Gentle Off (pink one) then wash my face. If I am on the go, i keep a travel size of unscented baby wipes and these get everything off then rinse with water.

Rose water on my face every morning.

On the evening, Maybelline Cils Demasq waterproof for the eyes (if I’ve worn make up), then I wash my face with a 70% olive oil Marseille soap (no matter I’ve worn make up or not), then I finish with cornflower water on my eyes to apease them.

I use The Body Shop Camomile gentle eye make-up remover and Garnier Clean Detox facewash to remove my make-up. I use mineral make-up and not a lot of eye make-up so I don’t need heavy duty removers to clean my face.

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