Sunday, October 8, 2017

Drugstore Beauty Product Remover Must-Haves

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Whether you need to replenish your wipes and removers for daily use, or need a few extras to contend with Halloween makeup that is filled with glitter and other tenacious long-wearing formulas, then I've pulled together some of the best drugstore makeup removers and skincare essentials to ensure that your clean-up is effective and fuss-free.
Almay Makeup Remover + Cream Cleanser ($4.99-$5.99 for 4.5 oz. from Harmon, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, Walmart, Walgreens and Amazon): This highly effective makeup remover is formulated with Rice Milk, an ingredient trending in Korean skin care, that effortlessly removes waterproof & longwearing makeup in one simple step. It is ultra-hydrating  and gentle, and it effortlessly removes all traces of makeup, dirt and oil that are often left behind by soap and water.

Directions: Gently massage cream all over damp eyes, face and neck. Wipe with wet wash cloth, and rise with water if desired. Pat dry.
Revlon Brush & Sponge Daily Cleanser ($6.97-$7.99 for 4.4 oz. from Walmart, Drugstores and mass retailers nationwide): If you are seeking a gentle makeup brush and sponge cleaner, then this
cleanser is a great choice. It gently and effectively removes makeup buildup from your tools without stripping or drying them out. You simply spritz the edges of makeup tools and use a clean cloth to dry them, and to remove excess makeup.
Cetaphil Gentle Makeup Remover ($8.99-$10.49 for 6 fl oz. from Ulta, Target, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Amazon, WalmartWalgreens and other mass retailers): This is a wonderful ultra-gentle oil-free bi-phase liquid eye makeup remover that even removes waterproof formulas! Cetaphil Gentle Makeup Remover, which uses silicone instead of oil as its main ingredient, allows you to remove every trace of makeup without a leaving behind a greasy residue. Formulated with Aloe Vera, Ginseng, and Green Tea, this makeup remover is soothing and gentle enough for sensitive eyes like mine.
Cutex Ultra-Powerful Nail Polish Remover ($2.99 for 6.7 oz. from Jet.comTarget and Walmart): This polish remover offers salon-quality results by removing polish quickly and completely. It has a 98% acetone patented oil blend that removes tough polishes like gels, dark vampy colors and glitters while nourishing the nails.
Dickinson’s Refreshingly Clean Cleansing Cloths ($3.99 for 25 cloths from Amazon, WalmartWalgreens and Target): These cleansing cloths contain botanical extracts, Aloe Vera and 100% all natural witch hazel. They gently cleanse, balance, tone and refresh the skin while lifting oil, dirt and impurities.
Differin Gel ($13.99 for .05 oz. from UltaTarget, Amazon and Walmart): Whether you are prone to breakouts and need a spot treatment, or if you are going to be wearing lots of heavy Halloween makeup that can cause clogged pores and breakouts, Differin Gel will clear breakouts and prevent new pimples from forming.
Overall Assessment: Great drugstore picks worthy of a place in your medicine cabinet year round, but they are also very capable of dealing with all of your Halloween makeup removal needs as well.

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14 comments:

  1. Ohh, that Almay cleanser and Revlon brush cleaner sound really nice!

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    1. Yes, both are definitely worth having, Kristina!

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  2. Where was OTC Differn gel when I was younger and desperate for a treatment for my acne?

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  3. I didn't realize that Cetaphil made a fragrance free makeup remover. That's something I'd use for sure.

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    1. Yes, and I definitely think that you should give it a try, Marcia!

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  4. I have never seen that Cetaphil remover, I'm sure it's great and gentle!

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    1. It is definitely both, and worth trying!

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  5. I'll need to try that Cetaphil, it sounds like it'd be perfect for what I need!

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  6. It's always nice to discover drugstore gems that don't cost a fortune. Great roundup twinsy

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  7. I keep hearing very good things about that Cetaphil makeup remover. I need to try it out!

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    1. Yes, it is really fantastic, and definitely worth trying!

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