6 Best natural ways to clean your make up!



With so many chemicals being spread onto your face every time you apply make up, it only gets easier if you could use a natural home made make up remover which will help reduce the damage being done to your glowing skin by those chemical. Recent research shows that there are more than 10,000 chemicals found in personal care and beauty products. Only 10% of those products even have safety data. And some ingredients that we know are bad are still being used in the stuff you use every day. So instead of heading to the store, look no further than your refrigerator or your kitchen to get these wonderful homemade natural cleansers and make up removers.

Milk & Almond Oil Make up remover: You would need Almond Oil and Milk for this. Add a few drops of almond oil to a tablespoon of whole milk in small bowl. Use a cotton ball and gently dab milk and oil mixture onto face, then remove with a fresh piece of cotton. To maintain hygiene be sure to rinse thoroughly, removing all traces of the milk.

Cucumber as a make up remover:  There are many beauty products that use cucumber in them to help remove makeup.Cucumbers have anti-inflammatory properties, so they will help to soothe irritated skin or acne-prone skin. Take one cucumber and blend it into a paste. Use it as a cleanser on your face. If you have tough makeup to remove, add a little bit of milk or olive oil to the mixture. 

Banana for moisturizing while cleaning your make up:  If you like to moisturize while you clean, look no further than the most easily available fruit - banana. Mash up a banana to a paste before applying it onto your face like a mask. Let it sit for five minutes while the enzymes remove makeup, dirt and grime from deep down in your pores. Rinse off with a warm wash cloth for smooth, clean skin that’s dreamily hydrated.

Olive oil:  This is best for people that have dry skin. Just put a few drops of olive oil on your face and spread it everywhere by gently massaging it. Remove with a tissue soaked in warm water. If your face gets too oily, rinse with neutral soap and warm water. Olive oil is great for removing makeup on your eyes because it won’t make this delicate area irritated.

Baking Soda and Honey:  Pour honey on a wet soft cloth used to clean make, now sprinkle some baking soda on it. This helps you remove the most stubborn of the make up and also is the best natural way to do so, while you are causing no harm to your skin with those chemical based cleansers which are out there in the market. Also baking soda might not suit all skin types, so test it on a small patch before you use it entirely on your face. Then wash it out thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Cow Milk:  Plain old milk from your fridge works just as well for makeup removal. Simply dab a cotton ball in a cup of milk and gently rub it all over your face and eyelids. Not only will it remove all your makeup and refresh your skin, the lactic acid present in cow’s milk will also gently exfoliate your skin. For oily skin, use skim milk; if you have dry skin, you should use whole. Make sure to rinse your face thoroughly afterwards; your skin will feel smooth and oh so clean.

Curd:  Curd is another kitchen staple that is great for your skin because it serves a number of different purposes. Using yogurt on your skin can help to moisturize it, and it’s perfect for relieving sunburns. Take a clean cotton round and dip it into some plain yogurt, rub it all over your face in a circular motion, and then rinse off with cool water to easily get rid of the stubborn make up.