DIY Makeup Remover Pads

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DIY Makeup Remover Pads
DIY Makeup Remover Pads
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Makeup is a part of every day life, but many of us are guilty of not taking care of our skin the way we should by cleaning our faces each day. Make your makeup removal process easy with these DIY Makeup Remover Pads. This recipe works great as a homemade eye makeup remover especially, easily wiping away mascara and eyeliner. Using essential oils and other natural ingredients, this homemade makeup remover will streamline your nightly rituals and get you straight to where you want to be: your bed. The coconut oil cleans and moisturizes so you'll be knocking out two birds with one makeup wipe.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


Project TypeMake a Project

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I would love to use makeup remover pads but they are so expensive and they have so many chemicals in them. This is a great way to save money and cntrol what you put on your face so it is a win win for me. You can get the cotton pads at the dollar store too. I use Frankensence on my face already so I have that on hand. You can also use tea tree too. Make sure they are pure 100% oils.What oil is your favorite to use on your face?

These ready-made eye makeup remover pads would be so nice to have around! The author gives you clear, detailed instructions in her tutorial. You only need four ingredients so you know exactly what you are putting on your eyes. You could even leave out the essential oil if your skin is super sensitive. I look forward to giving these pads a try!

Seriously so in love with this! I hate dropping tons of dollars on makeup remover wipes, and those always burn my eyes. These are definitely much better!

Made these the other night and I love them so far!

This is an amazing tutorial! I am so lazy about washing my face at night, but with my skin type I can't just leave my make-up on. I will definitely be whipping up a batch of this solution for those lazy evenings!


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