The Proper Way To Remove Your Makeup

Good morning beauties,

Anyone else hates wiping their faces with a towel and seeing a little foundation on there or maybe little black mascara flakes left? Yeah, I've been there, done that and I hate it (and my mum ain't that happy about it either!) So here is my makeup remover routine to ensure you that 99% of the time there won't be a trace of makeup on that towel!

Makeup Remover Routine 


1. Basic Makeup Wipes 

The first thing I do is take any type of makeup wipe and wipe wipe wipe away all the makeup I have on my face. I try to get as much as I can off in a singular wipe.

2. Deep Pore Cleansing Wipes

I then go in with a DEEP PORE CLEANSING WIPES from FREEDERM. Each wipe is filled with goodness! and helps remove any makeup left on the skin as well as provide an antibacterial cleanse for any spots that are on your face.

A high recommendation for anyone wanting to reduce the spots on their face!

3. Eye Make-Up Remover

My mascara often doesn't completely come off when using the wipes so I like to go in with the LA ROCHE-POSAY EYE MAKEUP REMOVER to see what else is left on my eyes. This product is also amazing for those who have sensitive eyes as it doesn't burn your eyes or irritate them as others may do.

4. Cleanser & Makeup Oil 

Call me crazy but I use one more product to completely reassure me that when I wipe my face with a white towel it's not completely stained with any traces of makeup. This is the LA ROCHE-POSAY CLEANSER & MAKEUP OIL which is another one of my loves. A fine oil consistency which I rub all over my face and I'm often surprised that I can still see a little mascara coming off my eyes.

This product is amazing! and if you don't have enough time to go through all these stages, I recommend to use a wipe and this product to help rest your heart that most of your makeup is removed!

The Mona Issa x




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