Korres Makeup Wipes in Pomegranate || $12 – The Korres Makeup Wipes are some of my favorite on the market. They do not have a harsh smell, they remove just about all of my makeup with one wipe, and if I’m gently enough they can be used to remove most of my eye makeup. I have several packs of these running around my house (some in the bathroom, some in the makeup room, some in my travel kit, etc.) and they are well worth the money.
Philosophy Purity Cleanser || $35 – Philosophy’s Purity Cleanser is one of my favorite cleansers for when I have a nice thick face of makeup on and I really want to make sure that it ALL gets off. My only issue with the Purity Cleanser is that it is NOT safe around the eye area which means I would have to add in another cleanser. However, the fact that it not only takes off my make and cleans my face but that it fights acne as well makes it worth it.
Michael Todd Honey and Oat Gel Cleanser || $22 – I just bought this a couple of weeks ago, be on the lookout for it in an upcoming haul, and it has already become one of my favorite cleansers. It smells great, it’s nice and thick so I don’t have problems with it sliding out of my hands (or off my face) as I apply it, it’s a foaming cleanser so adding a little bit of water makes it easier to apply, AND it doesn’t hurt the eyes so it can be used to remove eye makeup as well.
Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes || $4.97 – The Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipe are a good alternative to the Korres Makeup Wipes as they are a bit easier on the wallet. The only thing that needs to be considered with the Neutrogena wipes is that they do come in different scents. I have heard of others being bothered by the scent of the Lavender and the Pink Grapefruit varieties that Neutrogena offers. I would suggest getting one of the smaller travel packs first to make sure your skin isn’t irritated by these.
BeautyBlender Solid Cleanser || $15.95 – When you say makeup remover most people automatically think about something to take the makeup off of your face. However, the makeup on your brushes and tools needs to be removed as well. The Beautyblender Solid Cleanser is one of the best at removing makeup not only from the Beautyblender sponge but also from makeup brushes as well. The only brushes I do not use this with are my eye brushes, I use no tear shampoo for those in case I don’t get all of the cleanser off the brush.
Those are the 5 best makeup removers in MY opinion. If you agree or if you think there are others I should have included let me know in the comments below.
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