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  • Carol Covington

    Ingredients: 1 C water EyeMakeup Remover 1½ TBSP Baby Shampoo (tear free) ⅛ TSP Baby Oil (Cocunut Oil or Olive Oil) EVOO Easy to make, super cheap, and removes even the toughest waterproof makeup.

  • Victoria Rompilla

    My go to eye makeup remover now. It isn't oily like the stuff you buy and I never need more than one pad. DIY makeup remover that's even better than the MOST expensive brands. Easy to make, super cheap, and removes even the toughest waterproof makeup. Here's the recipe: 1 cup water; 1.5 TBSP Baby Shampoo Tear-Free; 1/8 TSP olive oil or coconut oil. Shake and save or share with friends!!!

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Eye Makeup Remover -1 cup distilled water -1/4 teaspoon Dr. Bronner's unscented baby-mild liquid castile soap -1 teaspoon olive oil

makeup remover. i always struggle getting my mascara off but this worked like a charm! : 1/2 c water, 1 Tbs baby shampoo, 1/4 tsp oil (I used baby oil, but the site suggests olive or coconut). shake it up and use nightly!

Homemade makeup remover wipes. I'm totally going to try these. My results - ok cutting the roll of paper towels in half was a challenge & didn't look very pretty. I used viva towels & came out awesome! I did add tea tree oil to mine (5 drops) because of our humidity in Houston. Next time I am going to use just 1 Tbsp of the coconut oil.

Removing makeup is messy! Here is cheaper way to imitate the convenience of baby wipes or makeup remover wipes :-)

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