Thursday, April 12, 2012

Take it all off...

Posted by Bridget Hudzik

You spend hours getting your makeup to look just right.
And then you spend hours trying to get it off!
Let's talk makeup removers...

Instead of taking a bar of soap to your face at night to remove makeup, try NARS Makeup Removing Water to cleanse and tone your skin. It removes makeup and everything else that absorbed into your skin during the day.

Contact lens wearers can benefit from an eye makeup remover that has been ophthalmologist tested such as Lancome Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover. It lifts off all types of eye makeup, even waterproof mascara without a greasy residue.
I will also add, It is Heather Polyi's favorite!
Clinique has a wide variety of removers for all types of skin in different formulas.
Their Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips does exactly what it's name implies.
An all-in-one bottle.
Non-irritating, non-stinging. Ophthalmologist Tested.
Appropriate for contact lens wearers.
You're clumsy with liquid that might spill and need something that will hold still? (That rhymes!) I love a package of wipes when traveling!  
They smell SO good while infusing skin with the pore-toning benefits of pomegranate and Vitamin E for moisture.
A best-selling Korres product, it is dermatologically tested, ophthalmologically tested, mineral oil free, silicone free, and ethanol amine free.

Mac has a program called "back to MAC" it's a recycling program, that when you bring in 6 empy packages, you can pick out a lipstick for free! 
This package is included in that program... :)
Overall, these wipes smell good, and remove makeup easily, but be prepared for the oily residue on your skin! 

And we can't forget about the original classic Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser. This stuff has been around longer than I have been alive!
That says something for and about a brand!
It is actually 50% moisturizer and hypoallergenic with Mineral Oil and Beeswax for clean, soft, and glowing skin.

You have a ritual for cleansing, make sure you have a ritual for removing makeup - especially before you sleep! Think about it, makeup has ingredients that were not made to be on your face forever and ever. No one wants to wake up with raccoon eyes or have them sealed shut with mascara. And lipstick can be a pain to remove from fabrics. So take it all off when you are done - just like your clothes...

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