Makeup Removal Techniques πŸŒΈ

Makeup Removal (1)

Do you always make sure you take off your makeup before going to bed? Every night? Even if you’re exhausted after a late night party? or maybe ended up falling asleep on the couch? Or you simply just didn’t have enough energy to go through the whole process of taking off your makeup from your face?

Well, you’re not alone. In a recent survey, it has been shown that many women end up sleeping with makeup on at least twice a week. Though these very women are well aware of how skipping their skin care routine can cause damage to their skin.

Known Damages caused by not removing makeup

  • Acne prone skin
  • Oily skin
  • Brittle eyelashes
  • Eye irritation
  • Premature Aging
  • Dry Lips
  • Clogged hair follicles
  • Possible eyelid cysts

Despite knowing the consequence, why is it hard for us to follow our skincare regime? And why does makeup removal fall on the bottom of our priority list at times? We think ” How much harm can our makeup do anyway?” and ignore the warnings that we are well aware of.

For most women, it comes down to their priority, from tackling work, kids, and home which makes it hard at times to go through all the hassle just to remove their makeup.

from washing, scrubbing and toning your face can seem like a mountainous task to do when all you want to do is sleep after a hard day.

Though you may find it hard, there are simple and tactful ways to remove your makeup. Here are a few makeup removal techniques I find useful!

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1.Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing Water.
(All Skin types, even sensitive)
400 ml = 200 uses

All-in-1 Cleanser & Makeup Remover. Cleanses + removes makeup + refreshes. No rinse, no harsh rubbing. For face, lips, and eyes.

This All-in-1 cleanser is surprisingly powerful yet gentle to the skin. It is specially formulated to effectively cleanse, remove makeup, and refresh skin.
Like a magnet, micelles capture and lift away dirt, oil and makeup without harsh rubbing, leaving skin perfectly clean, and refreshed without over-drying.

What I love about it? – My Skin was left perfectly cleansed and refreshed without a greasy residue and it was an all in one which was very convenient, especially to
remove not just my foundation but my lipstick and eye makeup as well.(safe to use)!

How to Use

2. Garnier Purifying cleansing wipes
(For Combination to oily skin)
X 25 wipes per pack

Gentle cleansing wipes that remove makeup while fighting impurities
For combination to oily skin

Pure Active 2 in 1 Cleansing Wipes removes makeup and purifies skin at the same time. Wipes are thick and made with a quilted soft tissue, incorporating an
ultra-effective make-up removing technology which removes impurities, make-up, and even waterproof mascara.

What I love about it? – Since I have an oily skin prone to acne, this wipe helped remove all the residue without leaving a greasy feeling on my skin,
I felt refreshed and clean.

How to Use
Apply it on your face, or eyes, or lips. Leave it for 5 seconds then wipe your makeup gently with no need to rub or rinse.


If you have an oily, acne-prone skin, I suggest next morning to use a good anti-blackhead scrub such as:

3. Garnier Anti-blackheads scrub
(Oily spot-prone skin)
150 ml

A scrub that acts to remove blackheads
For combination to oily skin prone to imperfections

The anti-blackhead scrub was specially formulated to deeply cleanse the skin and purify it by removing excess oils and reducing impurities.
Its creamy formula delivers a double anti-spot and anti-marks action to leave the skin more clear and pure.

What I love about it? – Leaves my skin smooth, reducing signs of blackheads and fading my acne marks! the more you use the product the better results you see.

How to use:
Apply it to wet face and gently massage, focus on areas like forehead, nose, and chin then rinse thoroughly.

I hope you find this useful and understand the importance to remove your makeup before going to bed. You wouldn’t want those nasty chemicals absorbed
and cause any damage to your skin or even health issues.


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