Skincare is extremely important, but it is often overlooked when removing makeup. Makeup wipes are an extremely common method of removing makeup but they leave a lot of makeup residue behind that can clog your pores and results in nasty breakouts, which is why I only ever use them on days where I am wearing a lot of makeup to remove most of what is on my face then proceed with the following routine.
Keep reading to find out how I remove my makeup and my current skincare routine to keep my skin clear and makeup free!
- Taking The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleaning Butter, I apply a small amount of the balm and massage it all over my face including my eyes to melt the makeup (this product works wanders for waterproof mascara too)
- Remove the cleansing butter with a wet muslin cloth
- If any makeup remains, repeat step 1
- Wet face and massage a small amount of the Estee Lauder Perfectly Clean Multi-Action Foam Cleanser/Purifying Mask into the skin
- Take the No 7 Beautiful Skin Cleansing Brush and massage the wet cleansing brush all over the face (excluding eyes) for 30-60 seconds, ensuring to focus on area where makeup and oil may still remainssuch as the sides of the nose and hairline
- Rinse off with warm water
- Splash face with cold water to close pores
- Apply a small amount of L’Oreal Paris Fine Flowers Cleansing Toner 400ml to a cotton ball and swipe around the whole face
- Drop 2-3 drops of The Body Shop Tea Tree Anti-Imperfection Daily Solution onto the face and distribute, leave for 5 minutes to soak into the skin
- Apply Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturiser to the face to hydrate after the daily solution
- Apply Clinique All About Eyes eye cream to the under eyes sparingly
- Apply Burt’s Bees Lip Balm and Blistex Intensive Moisturiser
How do you remove your makeup? ❤