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    I normally just take my make-up off in the shower at the end of the day with some dove soap and then use a facial wash afterwards. I was wondering if anyone knew of an easy way to get foundation off the face? Especially if I want to go to the gym and need a quick way to wipe the make-up off as I don't like to work out with make-up on.
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    Face wipes. Different types according to your skin type.
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    face wipe is most convenient
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    Quote Originally Posted by greeny View Post
    I normally just take my make-up off in the shower at the end of the day with some dove soap and then use a facial wash afterwards. I was wondering if anyone knew of an easy way to get foundation off the face? Especially if I want to go to the gym and need a quick way to wipe the make-up off as I don't like to work out with make-up on.
    I know this is an old post but just in case you are still searching.
    I just take a tiny bottle of jojoba oil with me, slap it on my face and wipe it off with a tissue. I probably do it a couple of times then rinse my face with luke warm water. It is an ingredient in my Monsia day moisturizer and I had read that jojoba oil is good for many things, as a face moisturizer, facial cleanser, hair conditioner, etc., (if you want to read all the others see http://www.wellnesstoday.com/beauty/...for-jojoba-oil)
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    Try something natural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aileenwitts View Post
    Try something natural.
    Jojoba oil is natural see http://www.care2.com/greenliving/7-w...ojoba-oil.html
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    I usually use baby wipes. Is gentle, easy and fast !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audrey_G8 View Post
    I usually use baby wipes. Is gentle, easy and fast !
    Make sure you check the ingredients
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    There are many natural makeup remover available to you at your kitchen which can easily help in removing makeup. Like Milk, Cucumber and Yogurt and any other natural oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahGrant View Post
    There are many natural makeup remover available to you at your kitchen which can easily help in removing makeup. Like Milk, Cucumber and Yogurt and any other natural oil.
    Thanks for sharing this info, never thought milk, cucumber or yogurt could be used as makeup removers........you live & learn.
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    For quick ways to remove makeup I second (third?) makeup remover wipes. Throw a pack in your gym bag. I like the Cetaphil wipes, they are super gentle but effective. Speaking of household things, oils such as olive oil do a great job - but you need a damp face cloth to wipe all the residue off afterwards, you can't just rinse your face with water.
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    You can try Vapour organic beauty clarity makeup remover

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    olive oil perfectly removes make-up
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    Baby oil and coconut oil both work like a dream (and smell nice to boot!)
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    Either Simple cleansing wipes or cetaphil.
    Last edited by barbis9; Sun, Oct 1st, 2017 at 01:11 PM.

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