Bioderma Crealine H20 – £10.95 (eBay)
REN No1 Purity Cleansing Balm – £23 *
It used to be that evening makeup removal was a laborious chore that I would do anything to avoid, it is perhaps why I don’t wear so much makeup these days – especially eyeliner. Yep, that’s exactly how much I hated the task.
I’ve introduced a couple of products in to my nightly routine which has made the mundane task of removing makeup less of a chore.
The first of these products is of course Bioderma, a favourite of mine for removing any kind of tough makeup, as well as foundation and base products, without spreading it around your face. Bioderma is a micellar solution, it dissolves the makeup so it’s easily removed without looking like Taylor Momsen.
This really makes makeup removal so simple and easy, I squeeze a little bit of this on to a cotton pad and hold it over my peepers for a few seconds and then wipe off eye makeup. Le simple.
Bioderma can be used to take off all makeup, but I prefer product number two – REN No.1 Purity Cleansing Balm. Who doesn’t love a cleansing balm? Simply squeeze a small amount of this in to hands, warm it up between your palms and massage in to skin.
I usually have a lifetime supply of muslin cloths (eBay link here) on hand to gently remove the excess – running the cloths under warm water makes removing makeup so easy. I tend to take eye makeup off first with the Bioderma so my cloths aren’t stained by my eye makeup, but if I’m feeling particularly lazy then I skip the first stage and use the cleansing balm all over as I only have mascara and eyeshadow to take off.
So there we have it, the lazy girls guide to removing makeup. Surely I’m not the only one who hates this task?!
What products do you use to remove makeup?
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