Best & Easiest Makeup Removers, for Less Hassle and a More Beautiful Skin


No one enjoys coming back home, all tired, having to fight to remove all that foundation and waterproof mascara.

Not only is a drag when makeup removers don’t do their work, but all that rubbing can really hurt and age your skin.

Therefore, we created a list with the top rated and most recommended makeup removers that remove all that dirt with a soft swipe.

#1. Clinique Take the Day Off Makeup Remover for Lids, Lashes & Lips, $19

Don’t let the oily feel to it fool you, because this amazing formula softly wipes all the makeup on your lids, lashes, and lips, just like that. It is also paraben and fragrance-free, helping you avoid any skin or eye irritation.

#2. Caudalie Micellar Cleansing Water, $28

This award-winning makeup remover oil is completely natural. Not only does it protect your skin from harsh components, but it also avoids irritation when removing your makeup. It comes out easy and smooth.

#3. Lancôme Bi-Facil Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover, $30

This smooth oil is a favorite to many, and there’s no question why. It completely dissolves your makeup, including eyeliner and mascara almost immediately after applying.

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#4. OcuSoft Lid Scrub, Target $8.99

This product is a favorite choice for sensitive eyes and waterproof mascara addicts. This ophthalmologist approved and recommended, eliminates even the last trace of eye makeup while nourishing and soothing your eyes and eyelids.

#5. Garnier, SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water, $7 Amazon

Described as a “dirt magnet,” this micellar water formula dissolves, nourishes and cleans your skin thoroughly. Plus, this double-duty product doesn’t require additional rinsing, it’s gentle, and it hydrates the skin!

Which makeup remover is your go-to?

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Author melissapales

Melissa Palés es periodista independiente de Social Media y Marketing. Posee un titulo de Fashion Merchandising de Miami International University of Art & Design, y un Masters en Comunicaciones de Texas Tech University. Creció en Ecuador, y ahora está desarrollando su carrera en Dallas, TX

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