Information

Do-it-yourself natural make-up remover

Do-it-yourself natural make-up remover


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

DIY natural make-up remover: how to remove make-up without harming the skin of the face. Different recipes for making make-up remover at home.

Removing make-up from the face and eyes is a daily ritual for many women; well after putting us in the shot with a beautiful trick it really touches us! Generally, commercially available make-up removers contain substances that can be irritating to our skin.

Facial skin without make-up is dull, dull and it ages earlier, is filled with pimples and blackheads all consequences not to be underestimated. The eye contour is one of the most delicate areas; ages faster, the skin is rather thin and sensitive.

Why use a natural makeup remover? A do-it-yourself natural make-up remover does not pollute, costs very little if one does it at home and is above all harmless on the skin; aspect to keep in mind as it affects the health of our skin and eyes.

What should a perfect natural makeup remover look like?

  • Slightly watery
  • Not aggressive at all
  • Composed of floral waters; it is the case of chamomile, cornflower etc ...

Natural make-up remover do it yourself, the recipes

On this page we will show you some tips on how to remove make-up correctly from eyes and face, as well as some recipes to make a make-up remover harmless to our skin at home.

Natural makeup remover, what we need

  • A sterilized glass container with an airtight seal
  • 250 ml of rose or chamomile water
  • 250 ml of almond or jojoba oil

Mix the ingredients and pour into the container. If the skin is very oily, it is better to use only warm chamomile or rose water.

Natural makeup remover, what we need

  • 10o ml of castor oil
  • 200ml of moisturizing sweet almond oil
  • 20o ml of cornflower water

Mix the ingredients and pour into the container

Natural makeup remover, what we need

  • 100 ml of castor oil
  • 200 ml of jojoba oil
  • 200 ml of rose water

Mix the ingredients and pour into the container

How to store the do-it-yourself natural makeup remover?

The DIY makeup remover can be stored in a cool, dark place. It should be used every night instead of the classic over-the-counter makeup remover. Cleaning must be done calmly and with care; it is good to take about ten minutes. Always shake the bottle before use.

How to remove make-up with coconut oil

Not everyone knows that coconut oil is an excellent natural makeup remover; it is not very greasy and has several benefits for the skin. To remove makeup effectively:

  1. Wet your fingers in the water and pass them on the lashes
  2. Moisten your face and clean it with a pad soaked in coconut oil
  3. Massage all over the face with circular movements; for eyelashes and eye contour use a cotton swab. Of course, the oil must not come into contact with the eye.

Also pay attention to the temperature of the coconut oil: above 24 ° it becomes very liquid while below 19 ° it becomes very hard. For further information, please refer to the article "Facial cleansing with coconut oil"

Homemade coconut oil

  1. Take 5 tablespoons of coconut flour and pour it into a pot with 500ml of water
  2. Stir while boiling and let it boil for a few minutes
  3. Remove from the heat, pour the mixture into a glass jar and then filter through a colander
  4. Transfer the mixture to the fridge for a couple of hours until a thick, hard and milky layer forms on the surface, your coconut butter is ready
  5. Take the butter and transfer it to another jar and leave at room temperature

As an alternative to coconut oil, sesame oil can be used.

No to olive oil!

Olive oil is not particularly suitable for removing make-up, as it is very greasy and heavy, consequently oily or combination skin would suffer. The makeup will certainly be removed but the skin will remain greasy, so avoid it.

Almond oil as a makeup remover?

It is certainly more delicate, more nourishing and strengthening, but it is preferable to add a little distilled water or rose water.



Video: No Makeup Minimal Makeup Routine (June 2022).


Comments:

  1. Bealantin

    Yes, I understand you. In it something is also thought excellent, agree with you.

  2. Fesar

    What would you began to do on my place?

  3. Galton

    You are not right. I can prove it. Write to me in PM, we will discuss.

  4. Bragul

    Anyway.

  5. Nalmaran

    Here are the ones on! The first time I've heard!

  6. Akiva

    I apologize, but I think you are wrong. Enter we'll discuss.

  7. Gwern

    I'm sure this has already been discussed.

  8. Dreogan

    Bravo, I think this is a brilliant idea



Write a message