DIY Makeup Remover Wipes

Everyone knows I LOVE all things beauty. I love trying the latest and greatest products on the market. As I get older however, I’m making strides to be more conscientious of what I put on my face. No harsh chemicals, no added fragrance etc. Recently I was reading about how to make your own makeup remover wipes.

Full disclosure this is not my recipe or DIY idea! I found it on another bloggers page and decided to try it out! I have become obsessed. They’re inexpensive to make, but highly affective in removing my makeup!

When I remove my makeup I use a facial oil to break apart my makeup. I’m currently using a Neutrogena Cleansing Oil. It gently breaks apart my foundation and eye makeup for faster removal. Follow these easy steps for natural and good for you makeup remover wipes!!!

Supplies:

  • Storage container

I purchased a half gallon glass container from Walmart.

  • 1 tablespoon Dr Bronners Castile Soap

I used the Peppermint scent, but they also have unscented

  • 2 tablespoon Coconut Oil
  • 1 roll paper towels, cut in half

I prefer to use the Viva paper towel. They’re soft and each sheet is the perfect size.

  • 10 drops of essential oil

I used Tea Tree Oil, but you can use whatever oil you desire!

  • 2 cups warm distilled water

Warm your water just enough to help the coconut oil melt.

Directions:

Place paper towels in storage container and set aside. In a large measuring cup add all of your ingredients and stir until the coconut oil has melted. Carefully and slowly pour over paper towels.

Allow them to soak in the mixture for a few hours then they’ll be ready to use!!!

Enjoy!!

Xoxo

Ashley

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