The skin around the eyes is up to 10 times more delicate than the skin of the rest of your face and it’s important to take care the right way. Improper way of removing your eye makeup can lead to puffy eyes, more noticeable wrinkles, sagging skin!
Here’s a few things which you should not to do while removing eye makeup.
- DO NOT USE FACIAL CLEANSER ON EYES Using a facial cleanser on your eyes can have a drying effect. You should handle the skin around your eyes like a baby by using a well-balanced eye makeup remover such as Oil-Free Makeup Remover to prevent the area from drying.
- TO HAVE SUFFICIENT TIMING The best way to remove eye makeup is to use soaked cotton pads in Oil-Free Makeup Remover and keeping them over your lids and lashes for about 15 seconds to allow remover to dissolve the waterproof makeup before wiping.
- DO NOT RUB HARSHLY It can lead to redness and irritation around the eyes, and over time, the formation of fine lines. Remember to be gentle when removing your eye makeup.
- DO NOT USE THE COTTON PAD OVER AND OVER You’ll end up redepositing the makeup you just removed. First, use the full pad to wipe across your eye, and then fold the clean side in half. Now, fold the side in quarters so you can clean the leftovers without using your entire stack of cotton pads.
I recommend Mary Kay® Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover It gently removes eye makeup, including waterproof mascara, without tugging or pulling the delicate skin in the eye area. Formula does not leave skin feeling greasy and it clinically tested for skin irritancy and allergy. Suitable for contact lens wearers. Suitable for sensitive skin and sensitive eyes. Hypoallergenic, oil-free and ophthalmologist-tested.
I love Clinique products they are fragrance free and always dermatology tested. Clinique makeup remover cleaned my face thoroughly faster and easier. It suitable for all skin types.
Thank you for reading!!!