DIY Makeup Remover WipesSeptember 16, 2014
Why buy 20 makeup remover wipes for $7 when you can DIY 80 for less than $3?!
In this video, I will show you 3 ways to make your own custom makeup remover solutions with products you probably already have at home. Even if you don't want to go through the hassel of making them, the standard baby wipes work great as well. *QUICK TIP* While you're in the testing phase, make small batches in 1 Tablespoon to 1 Tablespoon ratios to prevent wasting products. Once you decide on the solution you like, add 1 Cup of water (as shown in the video). Also, I have seen on other blogs that mold can be an issue when using paper towels; Distilled water and a few drops of tea tree oil are said to be the best prevention methods/. Eye Makeup Remover 1 TBSP Oil (Extra Virgin Olive , Coconut, etc) 1 Cup Water Cotton Pads or Cotton Balls Container Combine oil and water in container, then add cotton pads. Allow product to absorb into cotton pads for 5 minutes the drain the excess solution. Face Wipes/Makeup Remover 1 TBSP Oil (Extra Virgin Olive , Coconut, etc) 1 TBSP Liquid Face Cleanser 1 Cup Water Baby Wipes or Paper Towels Container Combine oil, face cleanser and water in container, then add baby wipes or towels. Allow product to absorb into cotton pads for 5 minutes then drain the excess solution. The excess solutions should be stored in a dry, dark place (like a cabinet) and can last for up to 1 year. Have you tried making your own makeup removing face wipes? Share your recipe below!