Introduction: Homemade Makeup Remover Wipes
Removing makeup is essential in every woman's night routine. You can keep your skin looking younger and better by doing this. This wipes are perfect for never skipping your face cleaning ritual, they're cheap and leave your skin feeling great.
They remove water resistant mascara, foundation and everything else you usually put in your skin.
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Step 1: Needed Things
Soft and thin fabric. This one is sold in fabric stores as kitchen disposable cloths.
Container with lid
3/4 cup water
1 teaspoon facial cleanser
1 teaspoon fractionated coconut oil
15 drops of tea tree oil or melaleuca
Step 2: Cut Fabric
Place the fabric in a flat surface and fold it in 4. Cut long strips and those strips in squares. My squares are 6x6". Make sure the size of your squares fit the size of your container.
Step 3: Cleansing Solution
Add all the ingredients inside your container and mix well until you don't see the oil drops on top of the water.
Step 4: Soak
Place the fabric squares inside your container and push them down inside the water. Wait 15 minutes to let the wipes absorb the water. It must not have water everywhere and after this time if you press the wipes you can see just a little water.
Step 5: Store
Close your container to keep your wipes moist and ready to be used. Store them in your night table for those nights when you're too lazy to go wash your face in the bathroom.
You can also put some in a ziplock bag when you travel!
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