DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

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DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

If you’re getting tired of having to go to the store and buy yourself some of this makeup remover, then you’re in luck! We have a special recipe here that won’t only help you take off your makeup, but it will keep your skin moisturized! How’s that for something you can make at home? With our special DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover recipe below, making sure your skin stays healthy and moisturized while taking off your daily makeup won’t only be so much easier, but how much money do you spend on things you make at home versus what you buy in the store?

TIP:  Be sure to exfoliate your skin too.  Many people forget this part and it’s essential for soft and healthy skin.  I use the Exfolia Microexfoliation Beauty Cloth. It’s a cloth that is soft but yet exfoliates my face, neck and shoulders area. I can’t exactly explain the type of material but I can tell you this cloth lasts a very long time. I cut it up into squares to make it last longer. I’ve even bought this for friends who love it just as much as I do.

This DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover recipe has a special ingredient! It’s something called Vegetable Glycerine, and it isn’t hard to get a hold of, although you may not find it at your local grocery store either. The Makeup Remover recipe below will still help you remove your makeup without it, but this ingredient is what helps your skin stay healthy and moisturized! It’s used in lotions and creams to trap moisture in your skin to stop it from drying out.  You can find Vegetable Glycerine here on Amazon! If you do decide to include this to your makeup remover, you won’t be disappointed with the results. Just give it a try!  I add it to all my homemade bath soaps, lotions and scrubs.

If you’re looking for another great DIY home concoction, check out our DIY Poo Poo Bathroom spray!

DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

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  • In a large bowl mix together the Water, Shampoo, Glycerine Vegetable, and Oil.
  • Add enough of your solution to cover the bottom of your mason jar or container.
  • Add in approximately 10 Pads (allow to soak up the solution.
  • Continue to add about 10 pads at a time pouring solution over each set to allow coverage.

Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy.

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DIY Moisturizing Makeup Remover

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