Homemade Makeup Remover *very Very Cheap and Easy*

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Introduction: Homemade Makeup Remover *very Very Cheap and Easy*

Sometimes makeup removers can be very expensive.... so I just made some of my own makeup remover! This is SO easy to make and SO cheap that anyone can make it. So... Let's start. P.S. this is my first instructable... so be kind.

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Step 1: Gather What U Need

All I used was: Extra virgin olive oil (plain olive oil will do too but it's better to use extra virgin olive oil). Water. Some container to hold the makeup remover. Something to measure oil and water (I used a tablespoon but you can use whatever u want).

Step 2: Measure It

Take 2 parts oil and 1 part water in your container. ( I used 2 tablespoons of oil and 1 tablespoon of water.... but you can use as much as your container holds)

Step 3: Shake It Baby!

Close the lid of the container and SHAKE it well.

Step 4: Try It Out!

I tried it on my hand AND used it many times. So I know it's safe for my skin. If u have any skin problems I highly recommend visiting the skin specialist before using it. In the pics.. I applied some eyeshadow and some eyeliner on my hand. Then dipped my finger and rubbed it. Then just wiped it with a wet wipe. (you can use a cotton ball or anything u prefer). AND you can see the result. U just have to shake it every time u use it. Thanks for reading. XOXO Please let me know if you like it or not in the comments

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    4 Discussions

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    EmilyR3
    EmilyR3

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Wouldn't the oil cause your skin to break out? I'm just curious because the more I look for a homemade makeup remover, the more I see people suggesting olive oil. If it works-awesome! I'd love to give it a try. Just as a person who has to be careful with her skin as to avoid breakouts I'm wondering if rubbing olive oil on my face nightly is a good idea.

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    posadar001
    posadar001

    5 years ago

    Can you use vegetable oil

    It worked Great! I put some eye pencil on my 3 year old (because we didn't have any halloween makeup) and when i tried to wash it of she had a fit because it wasn't budging... I saw your page here and made the mixture. I put some on a baby wipe and it wiped right off without me having to use any pressure at all. Awesome. Thanks.