In my youth, I did not wash off makeup at all. Now I have consequences. My skin is already problematic, and youthful experiments only worsened the situation. In general, I bought the first makeup remover at random. I remember different times.
I used a milk from a clean line, a biocon, and even a two-phase remedy for Mary Kei. The tool, I think, is familiar to you, in a pink box with a black lid – a very popular woman. I really did not like it. Somehow it was fatty, both in finance and in consistency. In general, I did not like it.
Once, at a well-known cosmetic store, I grabbed the first makeup remover, on which was written mycelium water. The fact is that I have already heard this phrase. In short, it is a liquid that contains a lot of tiny, invisible eye micelles (from the Latin mica – crumb, grain). They dive into your pores and remove pollution.
Firstly, this tool is suitable for sensitive skin, and secondly, it is absolutely not greasy. With pollution copes with a bang! Lirene water does not leave unpleasant sensations on the skin – tightness, oiliness, odor. It almost does not smell and is absolutely transparent. This is a good sign – it means that less unnecessary and not always safe substances will get on our skin.
With evening makeup water copes worse. To get rid of several layers of ink will have to make an effort.
In addition, in my beautician once was listed as a bb-cream, and it requires special attention and hydrophilic oil. I gave his recipe.
Great for removing oil residues. I always remove the remnants of any oil from my face.
Sometimes, after cleansing, I additionally wipe my face with levomycetin alcohol. I know that this is not very correct, but what to do. Sometimes traces remain on the disk, but this is more of my negligence.
With a one-time amount, it is easy to overdo it when the cotton pad is too moist – it becomes more difficult to wipe off makeup.
I do not change my favorites
I do not like cosmetic makeup remover milk. It leaves a feeling of fatness. Micellar water is much nicer, although water from L’Oreal didn’t fit me for very sensitive skin – it pinched my eyes very much and left a feeling of tightness.
Many times I wanted to try something from folk recipes, but I can’t find anything worthwhile. In any case, it seems to me that only folk will not manage. I heard somewhere that girls use olive oil to remove, they say, is very useful for the skin. I tried – it washes off well, but if I get in my eyes, it will be terrible. Then it still blurs for an hour
Recently, Lirene released another similar vodichku with microgranules and vitamin E, but I found my own and will remain true to his ideal tool to the end.
What tools do you use?