Skin Care Makeup Removal Tips

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Skin care makeup removal should be a very important part of your daily skin care routine. In order to make sure that your skin is cleansed properly, it helps to know the best ways of getting rid of any makeup. If you leave makeup on, it clogs up the pores so that your skin can't 'breath' properly. This can lead not only to spots but premature aging of the skin, too.


To remove lipstick, start from the corners and move into the middle. Your best option is makeup removing milk. Use cotton wool which is softer on the skin.


For skin care makeup removal for the eyes, start by removing your eyeshadow. Move in from the inner corner of your eyes to the outer. Use a Q-tip to get rid of any eyeliner. After that, remove your mascara. This can be particularly hard to get rid of, especially if it's waterproof. The skin around your eyes is especially delicate so make sure you treat it as such. Olive oil and vaseline are natural products and so particularly gentle. Cold cream and makeup remover towelettes are also affective. Use cotton wool which is softer on the skin and dab gently. Don't forget to also clean under the eyebrow.


To get rid of facial makeup, start from your nose and move to your temples. For the first step of your skin care makeup removal routine, cleanse your skin. Use a cleanser which best suits your skin type. Before putting it on, splash your face with cold water. Rub the cleanser into your skin and leave it there for five to 10 minutes, allowing it to soak in properly, before rinsing it off. Alternatively, you can use baby oil: this gets rid of all water soluble makeup including foundation, concealer and blusher. Avoid soap because this tends to dry the skin out. Don't forget to also wash the neck and behind your ears and if you have long hair then tie this back.

Apply moisturizer to make sure your skin doesn't dry out. In the morning, wash your face with lukewarm water to get rid of any excess oils that may have built up through the night. For total skin care, you can also exfoliate; this is very important for getting rid of dead skin cells.

Skin care makeup removal is very important for healthy skin. Always make sure to remove all make up properly before your normal cleansing routine.


07 Sep, 2011

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