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    I use makeup wipes and after that garnier micellar water

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    Sometimes i use olive oil but a lot of times i use black shea soap and then tamanu oil, i loves it

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    I just use wipes for makeup removing.

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    I use Holika Holika Daily Garden cleansing foam Camellia.
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    I use Kirkland Signature Daily Facial Towelettes (available at Costco) to remove makeup. Then I cleanse with Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Daily Cleanser (the foaming formula). I also use my Clarisonic Aria/Mia 3 with the cashmere cleansing head every other day or so.
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    you can use a mild cleanser to wipe off makeup at night

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    Three options. It varies depending on the season: Coconut oil, lancome makeup remover or tatcha oil cleanser.

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    It may be useful for someone: nighttime-skincare-routine

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    First I always remove the majority of my makeup with a makeup wipe. I love the Neutrogena Night Calming wipes because they are really wet and I hate when wipes drag and pull at my skin. Then I like to massage an oil like Mac's Cleanse Off Oil or olive/coconut oil into my skin for a minute or two before heading into the shower. I follow up with a good cleanse with my Clarisonic while in the shower and then apply my serums, lotions, oils, moisturisers when I hop out.
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    I actually really like to use Albolene as my cream makeup remover because its gentle, leaves my skin feeling hydrated, helps to get rid of acme, doesn't need water to wipe off, and gets rid of makeup that is deep within the my skin. I once wiped with some baby wipes because I was missing my beloved Albolene for the night and went to bed. I woke up and found my Albolene covered by my boyfriends shirt (I hate when he does that) and applied it when I woke up. Do you believe that there was STILL makeup deep in my skin that the baby wipe didn't pick up? And it was a lot!! I don't choose any other product for my PM routine other than my Albolene. It's the best makeup remover cream hands down.

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    I use Garnier Micellar water, in combination with coconut oil and Eucerin tonic..

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    I use make up wipes the same as everyone else. They work well for me.

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    I don't like make up wipes at all..They are good just to clean the extra makeup that is left in some corners, or undereye area, but the proper makeup routine can't go without some toner, face wash...

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    Hi there!
    I have tried everything to wash off my makeup at night... and honestly my most favorite thing (although it makes me lazy lol) is simply taking a shower lol... a soft soap and water, as simple as that. Because if I don't take a shower (or at least properly wash my face) I will use tons of cotton to remove my makeup lol and when I wake up in the morning my pillow has traces of eyeliner grrrrr
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    I posted these article links in another thread, but I encourage those of you who still use wipes to remove your makeup to break that habit and use something else (e.g., cleansing balm or oil, preferably). Certain makeup wipes may work on rare occasions (travel, cleaning up eyeshadow fallout or swatch removal), but not all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kassie View Post
    I`m wondering what you lovely ladies use to take your makeup off at night. I have been using a crapping face wash and wanted to find something better for my face and skin, do you wash your makeup off with something different then you wash your face.

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    I use olive oil to remove my makeup. It is the perfect makeup removing natural ingredient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnyMakeupArtist View Post
    I use olive oil to remove my makeup. It is the perfect makeup removing natural ingredient.
    I found olive oil too "heavy", so sticking to using the Monsia cleanser but using jojoba oil as additional cleanser if I have been wearing eye makeup, then the Monsia toner.

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    I soak a cotton ball in rose water or just plain water then apply a few drops of Jojoba oil and remove my makeup with it, it's been working better than makeup removers for me.
    after that I clean my face with a facial cleanser or my favorite African soap ♥
    or if I'm really tired I just use a wet towel to remove the extra oil (my skin is very dry so it's been working for me)
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    I start off with Pixi cleansing balm followed by simple micellar water. After that I use Clean and Clear night relaxing deep cleansing face wash. I then either apply a serum or moisturizer to my skin!

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    First I use sweet almond oil and then I use Philosophy Purity face wash with a Clarisonic. I also enjoy using Neutrogena makeup removing wipes and the Bioderma Micellar cleansing water

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellygrrl View Post
    I posted these article links in another thread, but I encourage those of you who still use wipes to remove your makeup to break that habit and use something else (e.g., cleansing balm or oil, preferably). Certain makeup wipes may work on rare occasions (travel, cleaning up eyeshadow fallout or swatch removal), but not all the time.

    How Makeup Wipes Affect Skin Care
    Makeup Remover Wipes May Be Convenient... But Are They Bad For Your Skin? | Huffington Post
    Totally agree. I do use wipes on occasion for travel, but even then prefer to take a balm cleanser with me. I don't use anything foaming either, too drying.

    My make-up removal and cleansing routine varies somewhat depending on how much make-up I'm wearing. Generally though:

    Start with either Lancôme Galateis Douceur (if not wearing foundation) or Body Shop Chamomile Cleansing Oil on dry skin, and remove with a washcloth & water. I pat off excess water then follow with Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm or similar, and again remove with washcloth.

    If I'm wearing particularly heavy eye makeup, I will use a micellar water on cotton wool to take off most of it before the steps above.

    I'm a big fan of double cleansing!
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    I use any brand makeup wipes, Josie Maran Cleansing oil then La Roche Posay Micellar water and lastly, I finish up w/either Philosophy, Bliss or Mario Badescu glycolic acid cleanser.
    Last edited by MzBrownBeauty; February 5th, 2017 at 08:39 PM.

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    I like to use Garnier micellar water, sometimes makeup wipes.

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    Bioderma Micellar Water (the pink one) or castor oil mixed with grapeseed oil. Then I follow with Neutrogena or Oil of Olay Age Defying Face Wash. Has anyone tried the micellar wipes?
    Last edited by drien227; January 27th, 2017 at 10:15 AM.

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    I've been removing my makeup with the Simple Cleansing Micellar Water, before I use my face cleanser. Sometimes I'll use it even after my face cleanser. It gets the job done.
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    I use my Loreal micellar water first, then it depends sometimes I just wash my face with water afterwards or sometimes I use my facial cleanser. But to make sure no makeup is left I still use a toner afterwards. For eye makeup that are hard to remove I use oils like sunflower oil or olive oil.

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    LUSH's 9 to 5, Thayer's Rose petal witch hazel, followed by LUSH's Celestial moisturizer

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    I love to use natural products...

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    A few weeks ago I read that one of the most suitable oils for de-make-up is castor oil. I never used it before, so I decided to buy myself and prepare a make-up remover with its content. I am very pleased with this remedy - castor oil does a great job of removing make-up even if you have super-resistant mascara. I tried castor oil from different manufacturers and chose Althaea castor oil. Excellent quality and optimal price.

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    I use Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil because it agrees perfectly with my skin and removes makeup right away. And because it's an oil formula, it doesn't have the sting I usually get from alcohol-based makeup removers.
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