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The Best Makeup Removers On The Market

The Best Makeup Removers On The Market

Having the best make up removers on the market is important when you need to get rid of tough makeup from your skin! Here's our favourites!

Having the best makeup removers possible is important if you wear makeup, since you will have to remove it. For many of us after a long day, we probably couldn’t think of anything worse than having to spend time removing it thoroughly. So most probably reach for a makeup wipe. It is vital to remove makeup properly though, as it keeps skin fresh, clean and reduces the chance of spots and fine lines and wrinkles. If you aren’t sure where to start with makeup removal and what are the best ones for your money, then keep on reading to find out the best makeup removers on the market!

The oil-based cleanser: Clinique Take The Day Off

Clinique Take The Day Off is one of the best makeup removers I have ever tried. It does exactly what it says and is perfect for all skin types. You can get this wonderful product from a few beauty retailers both online and in store, Boots being one of them, retailing at £24. This may seem like a lot of money, but you only need a small amount, so this product will last you for quite a long time. The product transforms from a solid balm, to a silky fluid oil when it is rubbed into dry skin. You can use it on eyes, lips and face and you can massage it into a complete face of heavy makeup. This silky product will actually feel like a facial in your own home. Once washed off with warm water, your skin will feel truly clean and wonderful, with no mascara residue.

A drugstore winner: Garnier Micellar Water

If you are looking for something that doesn’t break the bank ,  both Boots and Superdrug stock Garnier Micellar Water which is perfect for anybody with sensitive skin, as it has no perfume in the formula, it is retailed at £4.99. If you want something that doesn’t require much effort, then this is the perfect product for you. Simply apply to a cotton pad and apply all over the face, lips and eyes. No rinsing is required which is perfect after a long day. The micellar aspect cleanses the skin like a magnet lifting the makeup, to remove dirt and impurities.


Something for the eyes: Lancôme Bi-Facial

This non-oily instant eye makeup remover is £21.50 and can be bought from selected retailers, Look Fantastic being one of them. It is the perfect product for stubborn eye makeup such as mascara and eye liner. This product is especially perfect for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers as it gently removes the makeup. All you need to do is shake the bottle  to discover the feeling of beautifully cleansed eyes without the irritation some products can cause.

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The perfect vegan product: Superdrug Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth Cleanser

If you are looking for something that is friendly on the purse strings and is also vegan, this is the most perfect product for you. The product is formulated with kiwi fruit, which is a rich source of vitamin C to brighten and reduce discolouration and mulberry extract which has natural properties which help to even skin tone and encourage the skins natural radiance.  The rich, creamy formula of cocoa butter melts makeup and dirt away from the skin whilst giving it a gentle exfoliation for renewed and soft skin. This product also includes a muslin cloth which helps remove the product. This amazing drugstore find rivals other hot cloth cleansers available on the market.


A brilliant cream cleanser: The Body Shop Vitamin E Cleanser

If you are looking for a cream cleanser, the Body Shop does not disappoint with their Vitamin E cream cleanser at £8. This product helps moisturise with the vitamin E and wheatgerm oil which effectively removes any impurities and makeup. This will leave  skin clean and soft. This product is perfect for all skin types and uses Community Trade soya oil from Brazil.

What is your favourite way to remove makeup? What do you think are the best makeup removers? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!
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