Makeup Remover

No matter how beautiful your makeup looked all day long, by the time you are ready to go to bed you should definitely call it a day for your face. Leaving makeup on overnight is not only bad for your clean pillows, but it's also bad for your skin. Leftover makeup combined with bacteria from the day's activities can clog pores, spawn blemishes, and even cause eye problems and infections. Not to mention that waking up with coon eyes is not the most attractive look in the world. When your average makeup remover helps clean up those last streaks of mascara or lipstick. Quick Picks

$10 or Less


If you don't mind spending a little bit more on makeup remover, try some of these brands that run $15 or more a bottle. Supposedly their more complex formulas are better at hydrating and keeping the skin balanced.

The Classics

Cheap and easy, the two most basic of makeup removers are Vaseline (
mineral oil and a cotton pad.

For Sensitive Skin

Avoid using anything that has AHAs in them because it will strip the eyes of the outer skin layers making peepers more irritated. Also avoid using waterproof mascara and eye makeup so that it will be easier to remove. That means that you can use the most mild of makeup removers. Always be sure to rinse with warm water after using and gently pat dry. One makeup remover recommended by is * La Roche Posay Toleriane * Avon * Awake * Christian Dior * Estee Lauder * Jurlique * L'Oreal * MAC * Maybelline * NARS * Paula Dorf * Ponds * Rimmel * Sephora * Sisley

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