Post # 1
Alright ladies, enough is enough. I’m 26, and I rarely take off my makeup at night before hopping into bed. I can tell I don’t look as youthful as I used to, and I need to change up my habits. When I do take off my makeup, it’s generally with a Neutrogena makeup remover wipe thing, and some vaseline for my eyes (I use waterproof mascara). But I don’t particularly like this method. My coworker suggested using baby wipes, but that sounds questionable to me.
What do you do at night to take off your makeup?
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
I use this stuff and was just thinking the other day I wanted to ask on here if I should be moisturizing after using it? I love da scrubby, makes your skin feel GREAT!
Post # 4
I don’t think this is the right way, but I always just use bar soap and warm water, followed by Clinique Clarifying Lotion #2.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I was just reading something that said a dab of olive oil on a cloth and voila! She said it bothered her eyes for a few days but that went away totally and now she swears by it.
Post # 6
Cotton wool face pads, water and Lancome Gelateis Douceuer – pricey but amazing!
Post # 7
I use Johnson’s baby oil to take off my mascara and then wash my face with whatever face cleanser I have at the time. I just bought some new stuff from our local health/organic market. I have a hard time finding product because I have really dry skin but I always use something. I can’t sleep with makeup on.
Post # 8
I use Philosophy’s Purity Made Simple and whatever eye makeup remover I have. I have sensitive skin and that cleanser works the best for me.
Post # 9
I use baby wipes and Noxema Acne Clearing Pads.
Post # 10
Lancome Makeup Remover, followered with Fresh Soy Cleanser with my Clarisonic. 🙂
Post # 11
I use these wipes from Garnier, they come in a green pack and they’re pretty cheap, and work for my sensitive skin. When I shower in the morning, I use a foaming face wash, and then clean up any leftover eye makeup with vaseline.
Post # 12
I used to use the cheap Sephora eye makeup remover all over my face, but they must have changed the formula because it sucks now.
Now I use the Lancôme eye makeup remover that you have to shake to mix it up. It works well.
Post # 13
I use a gentle makeup remover from The Body Shop (in white bottle)
Then I use my clarisonic with a face wash to really get my face squeeky clean.
Post # 14
I use Target’s eye makeup remover, followed by my regular facial cleanser (Purpose)
Post # 15
I’m so lazy. I use handsoap and a clean towel. Then I put on my cream toner.
Post # 16
@xstine515: I’m somewhat of a skin nazi and not taking off your makeup before bed is the #1 cardinal sin of skin care. My ex, who was in the skin care industry, used to kick me out of bed if I got in with makeup on. Every night that you go to sleep with your makeup, it ages you 7 days. think about that.
I use Lancome Bi-facil to take off my eye makeup and then any face wash to take off the face makeup. Followed by a swife of toner on a cotton pad to get any remaining residue. If I’m feeling particularly lazy I use the facewipe cloths to take off my face makeup.