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stylebyhyc
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stylebyhyc
posts: 38

I’ve tried so many different make up removers, but they all end up the same… fail!!!
they leave my face so oily that I often have to re-wash my face which ends up
drying up my face…
The tricky part is that I have combination skin (oily on the forehead & nose area but
dry on the mouth and chin area…)
SO, ANY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GOOD MAKE UP REMOVERS that aren’t
too oily or dry??
thanks!!!! :)

posted over 5 years ago
legitstyle
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legitstyle
posts: 39

Try these, they worked for me: Olay Daily Facial cleansing cloths
http://www.olay.com/boutique/dailyfacials/products/df1004?src=pgeds

posted over 5 years ago
 
Sarah5cent
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Sarah5cent
posts: 47

baby wipes. they don’t dry out your skin and they don’t make it oily either. :]

posted over 5 years ago
 
cursed_kross
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cursed_kross
posts: 75

I have combination skin too. I use olive oil (natural moisturizer) to remove the makeup and then use a baking soda (gentle exfoliant) past to wash up after that. Baking soda can dry out your skin so I like to think it kinda counteracts with the olive oil. I still use a light moisturizer after all that though. You also might want to try doing this “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk4xdYt3ick&feature=channel_page”; I’ve been doing it for a month and has really helped with the oily parts of my face.

posted over 5 years ago
 
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Cleansers from Korres. It’s a Greek brand, and I’ve heard nothing but good things about it. I use the Magnolia Cleanser, which is particularly useful for normal-to-dry skin. For combination skin, the Milk Proteins Cleanser might work.

posted over 5 years ago
 
sarah_is_radd
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sarah_is_radd
posts: 28

Agree w/ Abija. I use baby oil a before I shower to get off my eye makeup, then I wash the rest off in the shower.

posted over 5 years ago
 
ChantalHMB
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ChantalHMB
posts: 41

Try Johnson & Johnson make up remover wipes, my skin is quite oily too.. then also use a toner after and moisturise, your skin will feel fresh and soft then

posted over 5 years ago
 
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posts: 2

I recommend the brand Simple

posted over 2 years ago
 
citysleek
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citysleek
posts: 263

I make my own natural makeup remover with olive oil, baking soda, and a little sugar. The olive oil removes makeup and moisturizes, and the other two exfoliates.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoJI2ZJstP0&feature=g-upl

posted over 2 years ago
 
Evson
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Evson
posts: 75

I’m currently using… Neutrogena make up remover oil-free makeup remover.. Although Neutrogena brand is not my favorite, but this remover is pretty good…

posted over 2 years ago
 
Vintageholic
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Vintageholic
posts: 292

I use wipes and I’m satisfied.

posted about 2 years ago
 
Umbrellastripes
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Umbrellastripes
posts: 354

I use either cetaphil gentle skin cleanser or baby wipes and they both work great on me.

posted about 2 years ago
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