Makeup Removers Buying Guide

Removing your makeup before bedtime should be one of the most important steps of your nightly routine. Sleeping with makeup still on your face can result in clogged pores, oily skin and raccoon eyes. Different makeup removers  exist for different skin types, and its important to recognise which is best for you. There are various ways to remove your makeup including wipes ,creams ,liquids  and gels . 


Different types of makeup remover.

Makeup Removers

Biore Daily Deep Pore Cleansing Wipes 

Biotherm Biocils Soothing Eye Makeup Removal Gel 

Clinique Oil Free Rinse Off Eye Makeup Solvent 

Garnier Clean Sensitive 2 in 1 Eye Makeup Remover 


Lierac Gentle Eye Makeup Remover Lotion for Dry and Sensitive Skin  

L'Occitane Immortelle Harvest Milk Makeup Remover  

Shisheido the Skincare Instant Eye Lip Makeup Remover 

Sisley Creamy Mousse Cleanser & Makeup Remover 



  • Eye makeup  should typically be taken off separately with its own remover since the area around the eye is sensitive and mascara  or eye-liner  can be difficult to wipe off.
  • Baby oil  and Vaseline  act as good makeup removers, but they may leave your skin feeling greasy.
  • Remember not to scrub too hard when removing makeup. Your face is very sensitive and if you have the right product, makeup should come off easily.
  • Use cotton balls  or tissues  on your face as these are soft materials that will pick up dirt and makeup.
  • Figure out your skin type to determine which remover is best for you. 

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