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Easy and Quick DIY Makeup Remover Using Natural Oils

DIY makeup remover

 

Makeup Removing is something that I tried to figure out for some time.  I would try all the different brands and get sucked into the media telling me which ones were better over the other ones.  I literally spent tons of money trying to find the best ones to not only take off makeup, but to take off waterproof eyeliner and mascara.  Nothing worked.  I didn’t know what else I could do to prevent raccoon eyes in the morning.

Then I started doing some research with oils and all their benefits and I loved what I started to read! Essential and Carrier Oils can help remove eye makeup and it’s Natural????!!!!  Count me in!  I was just starting to put together the items I wanted for this new Natural line and Oils were Perfect!  They had TONS of benefits for the skin and body and are a natural way to get those benefits!!  Score and a Win Win for me!

So I started looking at different combinations of oils to remove my makeup and liner and mascara.  Fractionated Coconut Oil and Rosehip Oil were great together because the Coconut Oil is a carrier oil and the rosehip is an essential oil.  They were a match made in heaven for removing the days makeup!

Here is a quick and Easy DIY recipe for a Natural Makeup Remover:

Things you will need for this:DIY Makeup Remover with Oils

  • Small Glass Jar or Glass Container with Airtight lid
  • Fractionated Coconut Oil
  • Rosehip Oil
  • Cotton Pad or Cotton Ball

Steps to make this remover:

  • Pour 3/4 Of the Frantionated Coconut Oil into the jar
  • Add 1 full dropper of Rosehip Oil
  • Close Glass Jar or Glass Container
  • Mix thoroughly
  • Apply to a cotton pad to remove your makeup over face and eyes.

Here is also a video of this DIY recipe by Youtube Beauty Guru, CurlyPenny.  She put this quick Tutorial together to show you how to make this Natural recipe and then shows you how to apply it.

 

We would love to hear your results from this recipe and if it removed that stubborn days makeup.  Also what ways do you use your oils?  Do you make your own recipes?  We would love to hear all about how and what you use your oils.

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