Shelf Life: 1 year
Benefits: Most store bought makeup removers contain alcohol, which can irritate and dry out the eye area. Witch hazel is soothing and gentle on the eyes, while avocado or grapeseed oil will nourish and hydrate this delicate area.
Tips and Tricks: We recommend using a baby facecloth when using your makeup remover. Major makeup companies are making a killing off their makeup remover cloths claiming they are made of special microfibers when really, they are made the same way as a baby facecloth.
You can purchase a baby facecloth for under $1 versus the $20 you will pay for one made by a major makeup brand.
Variations: Sub avocado oil for carrier oil of choice
How to Use: Shake the bottle before each use. Rub gently over eye area in a circular motion. For best results, wash off with a baby facecloth.
Level of Difficulty: EasyPrint
With an oil component to remove residue and a cleansing component to clean the area, this two ingredient natural makeup remover is all you need.
- 2 tbsp avocado oil or grapeseed oil
- 2 tbsp witch hazel
Tools & Supplies
- Measuring Spoon
- Sanitized glass container with dropper lid
- Using a funnel, pour oil of your choice and witch hazel into a sanitized container with a dropper lid.
- Shake before each use.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Category: facial recipes
Keywords: diy makeup remover, natural makeup remover, makeup remover recipe
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