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" All Natural " Make-up remover??!!??

Ever wonder about some of the beauty products you buy?  "All Natural", they say, but when you read the back of the product it still has things in it that you can't pronouce!?  I know i wonder about things like this a lot, beacause i have VERY sensitive skin and have read every single ingredient on everything i put on my face & body.  ( Same thing with jewelry, rings & earrings)  Really stinks.

So, anyway.  I've solved one of the MANY make-up dilemmas. 

EVOO .  Otherwise known as Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  What are the ingredients in EVOO?    EVOO!

Now if you have really oily problem skin, i probably wouldn't use this...so sorry.. But, if you have normal, dry or extra dry (like me) this is perfect, really perfect for dry - extra dry skin.

Now, if you have oily or combination skin, i would recommend the following (you will learn that i am OLAY freak),  I have an OLAY daily lathering "blemish control" cleanser, and an OLAY "pore redefining" scrub. Both of these products are awesome.  One more thing...my cleansing "secret".  I use an OLAY "pre-soaped cloth" before i use my daily cleanser, doing this gives you some scrubbing power ( the cloth )  without damaging your skin.  Some people use wash cloths....don't...germs are everywhere on those things, plus washcloths scrape your skin and infection does set in sometimes, but, mostly just causes acne.

OK, now we have the face covered, what about the eyes. ( don't forget that i have very sensitive, dry skin, so most of these thing will work for everyone, unlike the EVOO )  So, for years i looked for a eye-makeup remover that wouldn't burn my eyes and wouldn't irritate them either.... AVON, AVON, AVON... yes, i know.  Getting Avon products could be a hastle for some of you, and for this i am sorry.  But, i do have a solution.  I have a runner-up product for your eyes.  ESTEE LAUDER, "Take it Away"  total make-up remover.  This works just as well at removing your eye make-up, but it will burn your eyes if your not careful.

OK, see ya next time!

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Cool post! I used to always waste my money buying eye makeup removers until I started using either baby oil or vaseline. I have to say though, with the baby oil it can burn your eyes if your not careful. However, i find that its more effective than vaseline. But either way they both work for me. Thought I would share. 

by kellabella 3 years, 2 months ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

thaks for this post. i learned alot

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