Safe and Easy Makeup Wipes

December 7, 2017

 These Makeup Remover Wipes work well for everyday use or for times when you need to remove stubborn makeup. With the added bonus of being less expensive to make than wipes found in stores, they include products that you already know and love.

 

Store-bought products often contain harsh chemicals that can dry out the skin and leave it feeling unhealthy. Instead, these do-it-yourself wipes moisturize the skin while providing gentle cleansing and will leave you with healthy, smooth, and radiant-looking skin. They also provide a quick and easy way to remove makeup while on-the-go, helping the kids, or if you're simply too tired to get out of bed.
 
Melaleuca, or Tea Tree, essential oil is used in this recipe because it is renowned for its cleansing and rejuvenating effect on the skin.

 

Melaleuca also aids in reducing the appearance of blemishes and soothes occasional skin irritations, making it a wonderful addition to this do-it-yourself recipe.
 
Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons witch hazel

  • 2 tablespoons Fractionated Coconut Oil

  • 2 tablespoons distilled water

  • 1–2 drops Melaleuca (Tea Tree) oil

  • Roll of paper towels

 
Instructions

  • Combine witch hazel, Fractionated Coconut Oil, and water in a small blowl and stir.

  • Add Melaleuca (Tea Tree) essential oil.

  • Use a serrated knife to cut the roll of paper towels in half widthwise and remove tube from one half.

  • Put the half without the tube in an airtight container, then pour the solution over the roll.

  • Replace lid and shake.

  • To use, pull wipes from center and wipe off makeup.

Note: This recipe works for all skin types. Store in a cool, dry place and use within three months.
 
These wipes are great for everyday use, but here are some other occasions when these wipes may come in handy.
 
After:

  • A dance recital or competition

  • A pageant

  • A music recital

  • Your wedding day

  • Trick-or-treating 

  • Family pictures

  • Prom

 
Before:

  • Going to bed

  • Camping

  • Going on vacation

  • Exercising

  • Applying morning makeup

 
Other oil substitutions for this recipe:

  • Lavender oil

  • Frankincense oil

 

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