Baby Oil + Baby Shampoo = Makeup Removers

Let me start by clarifying that there is a HUGE difference in makeup remover, and eye makeup remover. But we're going to be discussing both!

I know not everyone is as anal as me about washing off their makeup at the end of the day. But in all honesty, some people don't mind looking like they woke up in a back-alley ditch. The truth of the matter is, cleaning your skin is one of the most important things you can do. After all, your skin is the largest organ of your body. Leaving on old makeup can result in more breakouts, acne, and advanced aging. Not to mention how gross it is to go to bed with a face full of makeup, which smears all over your pillow and then gets into your hair while you're sleeping.  ICK!

I've struggled for it seems like ever, over what products to use for everyday beauty and hygiene needs. First off, as soon as I get a good year invested into a product that I absolutely LOVE, it gets discontinued. Second, most of the products I've tried are very harsh. I prefer using cleansers that are easy on my skin and leave me feeling fresh and CLEAN. Yes, I've used cleansers that don't actually feel "clean" on my skin! The past several months, I've been using two particular products that have been around for ages and they both serve countless other uses. (You'll also need a cotton ball for the application).

Baby Oil:

Thanks to Pinterest, countless people are now using Baby Oil to make their own make-up remover wipes. Personally, I prefer to just skip the extra steps of mixing and making. Straight Baby Oil used with a cotton ball is all you need to get rid of the caked on mascara and eyeliner. It even removes waterproof mascara.
Johnson's Baby Oil, great eye makeup remover

Don't get me wrong - the Baby Oil won't completely WASH the eye makeup off. What it does in a sense is breaks down what's there and gets off as much as possible, making it easier to remove with a makeup remover/soap product. A few minor cons of the Baby Oil are the fact that it is annoying if it drains in your eyes (makes things a bit fuzzy), and it leaves an oily residue around your eyes. But that can easily be corrected with the use of our next item:  Baby Shampoo!

Baby Shampoo:

Baby Shampoo is to be used after you remove your eye makeup with the Baby Oil. It will not only get off the extra eye makeup (such as mascara and eyeliner) that may be left behind, it also will cleanse the rest of your face and wash the remaining makeup off. It doesn't take much Baby Shampoo - maybe a dime-sized portion. The Shampoo is strong enough to get the job done, but gentle enough for your skin. And there is no residue left behind after you use the Baby Shampoo. The "No More Tears" is completely gentle enough to use on your eyes as well.

Johnson's Baby Shampoo, great makeup remover

Both items can usually be found in travel sizes if needed, and are available at almost any store from Walmart to Walgreens to just about any gas station. They are also super cheap, which means no more $35 tube of eye makeup remover. Yay!

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