Sometimes it’s easy to get lazy about removing makeup. Research shows that using natural remedies on the face has a proven positive effect on slowing down or reversing the aging process.
While it’s best to use herb-based makeup as part of a natural skin care routine, making sure that you remove any makeup you choose to use is important to have healthy, youthful skin due to the free radicals that attach themselves to our exposed skin daily.
Free radicals cause the breakdown of healthy collagen, which is a huge factor in aging. Also, makeup can clog the pores while you sleep, which can develop into acne. And acne can be unsightly, annoying and cause scarring.
Because of this, it is really critical to make sure the skin is clear of these damaging free radicals before you head off to bed!
Looking for a way to get clearer skin naturally, without harmful chemicals?
Here I did create a natural homemade makeup remover for you!
I use it to clean my skin at night before going to bed followed by a great evening moisturizer for dry skin. This homemade makeup remover helps prevent the signs of aging!
I love witch hazel because it’s very gentle to the skin, operates as a strong antioxidant and prevents cellular damage, also works as an astringent and kills bacteria that live within the pores of the skin.
Jojoba oil is a great oil to use on your face and is great for your skin. Not only can it remove your makeup, it’s hypoallergenic and removes any bacteria from your face as you use it. This powerful little oil that comes from the seed of the Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) plant, stimulates collagen synthesis, which will naturally slow down the aging process.
Olive oil is rich in vitamin E and helps keep your skin feeling supple while calming irritation. It eliminates dryness and is really beneficial in removing mascara, dissolving it so that it easily slides right off your eyelashes without irritation.
Follow up with my homemade anti-aging or hydration face serum that will awaken you with a glowing, youthful face.
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