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Natural home ingredients to remove make up and cleanse your face

Most of the nowadays products are composed of artificial ingredients which are more likely to damage your skin, rather than treat it. In spite of this, there are natural ingredients that can be used with success to treat your problems. And they are harmless. Remove your makeup and clean your skin of impurities with these remedies:

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Yogurt

Yogurt is rich in bacteria that can release your skin of sebum, leaving it fresh and clean. In other words, you can successfully use it to remove your makeup. Apply some yogurt on your facial skin and leave it sit for several minutes before rinsing it off.

Baby shampoo

This shampoo is designed to offer the baby’s soft skin a gentle care, therefore it can be used as a cleaner for your facial skin.

Cucumber

Grate some cucumber and mix it with some milk until you get a paste. Add several drops of essential oil and use it as a facial cleaner. Alternatively, you can rub your skin with slices of cucumber. They all have an amazing effect: a cleaner face.

Oils

Essential oil such as coconut oil, olive oil, almond or jojoba oil not only remove your makeup, but they also hydrate and heal your skin, leaving it softer and stronger. Apply some essential oil on your skin by using a cotton pad and remove the impurities.

Milk

Due to its cleaning properties, milk is used in the composition of many skin care products. It can be also used in its natural form to clean your face. Use a cotton ball soaked into some milk every time you want to remove your makeup.

Aloe Vera

You can use Aloe Vera in combination with olive oil as a makeup cleaner. Combine two parts of Aloe Vera with one part olive oil and apply it on your face in order to remove the impurities. You can also use this mixture to clean your neck or cleavage.

Natural home ingredients to remove make up and cleanse your face

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