My eyemakeup cleaning ritual

Most of you know the importance of cleaning off all your makeup before going to bed. But, most of us, sometimes neglect it. Now, I have found my ritual of cleansing focusing mainly on the eyes.
You must know I am no big spender . But I do make sure to take off every trace. Here is now I do it.



Step 1: The Melt Down: Oil. I use pure coconut oil and gently rub in on my eyes. Even the most stubborn makeup would
dissolve into the oil. I gently massage it around so that everything just melts down.

Step 2: Wash it off: With my regular face wash I wash my face and it gets  rid of all the oil, the dissolved makaeup , etc and my face looks clean.

Step 3: Wait. Your eyes are not as clean as they look. On a  cotton pad, I take The Body Shop Vitamin E Cream Cleanser and then gently wipe my eyes. Tra-la!! You would be surprised at the amount of gunk it took off. The greatest ease of using a cotton pad is that, you can fold it and clean off your water-line as well.
You can use any eye makeup remover of your choice.

Put on some eye gel or eye cream and you are good!

My ritual is simple, cost effective  without any expensive product per se and does help. If you have clouding which you may suspect you are getting from makeup residue, try this. Everything would be normal again in a while. Plus the coconut oil is good for your skin as well.

Comments

  1. WOW love your regime.. I know that no matter how good a makeup remover is you still get residues on cotton balls .. I too use similar ritual just the products are different :)

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    1. That's true. previously, I used to ignore that going over again and clean up with a cleaner part. But once I started doing that, things just changed drastically.
      Share your regimen please S

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  2. thanks for sharing..
    I currently use Chambor eye make remover ,thats works as well
    But i will use the tips u r mentioning here :)
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    1. I have heard raves about it! I might try one as well :)

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  3. nice post..thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Thanks you so much Tej. How do you do your eye makeup removal?

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  4. Wow useful Nivi Thanks for sharing dear :)

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    1. That's nice of you to say that Radha :)

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  5. I use olive oil for removing eye makeup n sometimes faces eye makeup remover. I am loving it a lot :)

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    1. Aha! Shall try out olive oil for my face as well. Is there any chance it might break out on my acne -prone skin?

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  6. I Follow the Ditto Steps!! :P
    Except For Dfrnt Face Wash n Cotton Pads :D

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    1. :D I would say try the cotton pads as well. You would be really surprised at the amount of extra dirt you would find on it

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