Saturday, 2 January 2016

The Best Products For MakeUp Removal

I always find that the best part of the day is coming home from a full day of work and removing all your makeup, that feeling of having a fresh face after wearing a full face of makeup is possibly the best.
Over the years I've tried out more than a ton of makeup removal products, ranging from high end and high street more affordable brands and can safely say which ones I like, and which ones I don't.

I'm going to firstly state my skin type is normal to dry, my skin only tends to get dry during the different seasons and I do get hormonal break-outs monthly. 

I've been using this cleansing oil for years now, I think for the past 2-3 years, this has always been my favourite. It's cheap, most of the time it's on offer so I tend to stock up whilst I can and it removes everything in one go. 
As I do tend to get dry skin, this works perfectly because it's an oil based product and that's what my skin lacks. 
This product removes all my makeup in one go, I always use 2-3 pumps and start from the outside working my way towards the insides and then lastly the eyes.
Eucerin always do great deals when it comes to their skincare range. This product happens to be my favourite from the line and one I always find myself going back to when I have lazier skin days.
The great thing about this cleansing water is that it's suitable for all skin types, it removes makeup so well - I normally only need 2 cotton pads when using this, plus it also removes waterproof mascara really well.
BeeGood are one of my favourite skincare brands, they are extremely budget friendly and I love all the products from their line that I've tried so far.
My favourite product from them is this cream cleanser, this removes my makeup so quickly and effectively and I only need a small pea-sized amount for my entire face so the tube lasts for absolutely ages.
This is one of my favourite cleansing oils out there, I only have a mini size of this at the moment as the bottle is fairly expensive for a full sized. However, I have had this in a full sized plenty of times and have always favoured this over the L'Oreal Cleansing Oil as I find that this really does remove every grime and dirt I have on my face and I could possibly skip the face washing and cleansing afterwards with only using product alone.
I only recently discovered this cleansing balm and I love it, it's so expensive though so I'm really trying to make mine last.
You only really need a small scoop of this balm to completely remove everything on your face, only thing that it doesn't do to great on is the waterproof mascara. 
I only wear waterproof mascara and I find that, though this does remove the mascara it does tend to leave some residue.. Nothing that a quick face wipe can't fix though.

Do you have any favourite makeup removal products?..
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8 comments

  1. I'll definitely be looking into trying some of these, I ended up resorting to my bioderma towards the end of 2015. I used to use a l'oreal oil and loved it! Lucy at Lucyy Writes

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    1. I do also love Bioderma but never found it to be as good as the ones I've mentioned in this post. It always got a little fiddling when trying to remove my mascara so ended up giving up on that one.
      I love the L'Oreal cleansing oil, it's so budget friendly and I always find myself going back to it. x

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  2. Emma Hardie is amazing its one of those brands where its so expensive but totally worth every penny!

    www.beautyandtheboy.com

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    1. I agree, SO expensive but always gives the best results. x

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  3. I love the Emma Hardie cleansing balm! I've been meaning to try the Bee Good range for ages now, I've heard such good reviews!

    Danielle's Beauty Blog

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    1. Oh you so should, I love the BeeGood range - every single product I've tried from them I've loved.

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  4. I love the Emma Hardie balm too but the Spiezia Organics one is also a favourite. I tend to use balms as a second cleanse and oils as a first. The Body Shop Chamomile cleansing oil, Superfacialist Vit C Oil and Biore Cleansing oil are great ones I'd recommend.

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    1. Oh I'm definitely going to check those out. I agree, I love using a cleansing oil and then using a balm if I need to as a second cleanse :)

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