It only makes sense to have natural methods of DIY makeup remover if we’re going to through the work of applying it. Most people make it a priority to take good care of their skin. We have for you some fantastic natural ways to achieve healthy, radiant skin, and we will be sharing our best DIY makeup removal advice with you below.
DIY Makeup Remover
Need For DIY Makeup Remover
The most expensive beauty goods, according to all beauty enthusiasts, are skincare items. Skincare products, which range from cleansers to moisturizers to serums, are a substantial expenditure. But they are not required to be. With inexpensive items, you may manufacture your DIY makeup remover and still have radiant skin.
It’s a sin to not remove my makeup before bed, but most of the time it’s because we don’t want to spend the time or energy to remove our makeup with several wipes, cleansers, or face washes. A poorly formulated makeup removal wipe or solution may cause us to exert more effort to achieve the intended outcome, leading us to tug, squeeze, and vigorously scrub.
Consider creating a DIY makeup remover at home with safe and natural materials rather than shelling out a lot of money and exerting a lot of effort to remove your makeup at the end of the day. Additionally, just because you’re cooking it at home doesn’t mean you should cut corners on healthy components. These homemade methods for removing makeup and moisturizing skin work just as well—if not better—than store-bought products!
7 DIY Makeup Remover Ideas
Here are seven DIY makeup removal methods you may do at home.
1. Oil Cleansing
Cleansing your face with oil is exactly what it sounds like and more so, it is easy to make! Although it may sound absurd, oil washing can help remove extra oil from your pores. Using oil is beneficial for all skin types, one just needs to know which oil will cater perfectly to their skin condition! Castor and olive oil are two majorly used oils for cleansing, however, this must not limit you from trying other options! Coconut, avocado, safflower, and sunflower oils might also be effective. To remove makeup at home with the oil cleaning technique:
Use a quantity of oil equivalent to a quarter, and massage your face for one to two minutes. (There is no need to dampen or pre-wash your skin.)
Place a clean washcloth over your face after soaking it in scalding water and wringing it out. Let the oil show its magic in a minute! Allow the little film of oil left behind to stay on your skin after wiping it with the clean side of the cloth.
2. Witch Hazel
Witch hazel can be added if you want to take your oil cleansing to the next level. Witch hazel is also called a hydrosol that is made from witch hazel scrub. It has a long history of use in the cosmetic business and has been traditionally utilized for skin issues. It aids in removing makeup, curing acne on the spot, and easing dry skin or irritation.
How to make your own witch hazel makeup remover:
Use witch hazel alone or in a 50:50 solution with water.
Circular motions should be used to remove makeup after soaking the corner of a washcloth or cotton makeup pad.
3. DIY Makeup Remover – Aloe Vera
To remove makeup and pollutants, mix Aloe Vera gel with a few skin-nourishing ingredients.
Aloe Vera may be used to produce your makeup remover by mixing it in an equal amount with raw honey in a small container.
Pour 2 TBSP of your preferred oil into 1 cup of cleaner.
The ingredients should be combined with an immersion blender until a paste is formed. (if the Aloe Vera is organic then preserve it in an airtight jar!)
After kneading the cleanser into the skin for one to two minutes to remove makeup, rinse thoroughly with cool water.
The same issues are present in conventional, store-bought makeup removal wipes: chemical preservatives and other artificial, hormone-disrupting substances. However, it’s simple to produce your makeup removal wipes!
Use an immersion blender or mix the ingredients in the jar—apart from the cotton rounds—to thoroughly incorporate them.
Stack the cotton rounds in the jar and give it a gentle shake to spread the mixture over them.
When you need a quick DIY makeup remover, wipe your face with a cotton round. The sanitizing wipes are excellent for trips!
5. Honey Face Wash
Honey is naturally antimicrobial and helps remove dead skin cells by containing enzymes that combat acne. Honey can be used to remove makeup:
Simply rub between your palms a teaspoon or so of raw honey (I prefer either Manuka Honey or Raw Organic Honey).
Circularly massage it over your face after spreading it there.
Before wiping off the honey with a warm cloth, give it five to ten minutes to sit. Your skin will be fresh and radiant once it has dried!
I’ve always enjoyed the sensation of using a thorough scrub to exfoliate my skin and remove microscopic dirt and dead cells to achieve a radiant complexion. Some fantastic natural products contain a ground walnut shell, which is an excellent exfoliating component. However, you may try this method to make your DIY makeup removal scrub if you want to go even more natural and save money:
Combine walnut shells and castile soap in a small basin; whisk and set aside.
Calendula oil and emulsifying wax should be heated in a small pot or double boiler over low heat until the wax has melted.
Aloe Vera gel should be gently warmed for a minute or two in a separate saucepan before being added to the oil mixture and whisked to make an emulsion.
The essential oil and emulsion should be combined with the walnut shell combination.
Stir well once more, then store in an airtight container.
After cleansing the skin with roughly a half teaspoon, rinse with warm water.
7. DIY Makeup Remover – Rose Water
Nothing smells more romantic or feminine, in my opinion than rose water. I use it for a variety of purposes, such as perfume, food flavoring, mood-lifting, and, of course, my cosmetic regimen.
Use clean hands or a clean washcloth to apply a small amount of this cleanser, then massage your face in a circular motion until it is thoroughly cleaned.