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    Default Makeup remover help!

    I'm so over removing my makeup. For work I wear a lot of makeup. Mascara and eyeliner included and to take it off is a huge pain and I'm worried about wiping my eyes too much and causing wrinkles.
    I use garnier makeup remover which works but takes some rubbing for mascara. Just bought an eye make up remover and that works the same. Thought it may be better

    Am I missing something? There surely has to be an easier way to remove makeup! It's mainly eye makeup I'm worried about so how do I get the stuff off without being harsh?
    I don't use waterproof stuff either.

    Pleaseeeee help!

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    I use baby wipes. They get liquid eyeliner mascara off gently.

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    I just use my face wash in the shower and it gets rid of my make up. If I don't feel like showering I have make up wipes (the vit e body shop ones, they're about $11 I think so not too bad) but they're not as effective as face wash in my opinion/experience.


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    I use rice bran oil to remove mascara. Any oil works though, olive is great but I feel rice bran is a bit lighter.

    It's natural so much less harsh already, but it's also moisturising as a bonus.

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    I find Clinique makeup remover the most effective. Quite gentle and you don't have to rub it to get rid of the makeup. I use waterproof mascara and it takes it off pretty easily

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    I use sorbelene cream comes off pretty good! I use a lot of liquid eye liner, pencil liner and mascara. There might be a slight bit left if you don't do it properly.

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    I have found all garnier products too harsh for my skin or hair ,it's the wrong ph or something. One of the best eye makeup removers I have found is the cheaply mabelline one. Another alternative is to get your eyeliner tattooed on and the eyelashes dyed, I still need a little more mascara when doing my makeup a bit more heavy but it reduces the amount you have to use all the time.

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    Huggies baby wipes!! Even my makeup artist for the wedding used them!

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    Swisspers Natural Cucumber facial cleansing wipes.

    Cool and soothing. I've tried most of the brands out there, these are my favourite.
    No problem with foundation and non waterproof mascara. With waterproof mascara you may need to hold your lashes between the wipe for a few seconds to soften the lashes to remove the make up.

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    Sorbolene cream here too


 

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