DIY All Natural Makeup Remover Wipes

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These DIY makeup remover wipes are all natural and infused with essential oils to support healthy skin while erasing makeup, too. Whip them up in under 5 minutes and you’re ready to remove makeup, naturally!

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all natural DIY makeup remover wipes with essential oils

You know how much I love essential oils, what you might not know is I have a daily routine of putting on my ‘5-minute face’ with a little makeup. Now that I live in the south though, it’s clear I need to up my game and bump it to a ’10 minute face’– everyone here looks so put together!

Your skin is your largest organ and absorbs whatever you put on it, so I take care to use mostly natural makeup (Young Living has a line called Savvy Minerals and it’s wonderful.) It would be a shame to then use chemicals to wipe it all off, so here’s a popular recipe for DIY makeup wipes that you can use to remove makeup… naturally.

all natural DIY makeup remover wipes with essential oils

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN MAKEUP REMOVER WIPES

NOTE: It’s important to use care with essential oils around your eyes and nose, so please use caution when trying this recipe and using the wipes as everyone reacts differently. You may wish to start with just one drop each of the essential oils, though the following recipe is my favorite skin-supporting blend.

INGREDIENTS:

2 Tbsp. Young Living V6 vegetable oil complex (or other skin-supporting carrier oil like Argan Oil)

4 drops lavender oil

2 drops frankincense oil

1 Tbsp. alcohol-free witch hazel

2 Tbsp. filtered water

10 organic cotton rounds

airtight container (such as these 4 oz. mini mason jars)

DIY makeup wipes with essential oils

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step One: Pour liquid ingredients into a jar, fasten the lid, and shake.

Step Two: Add cotton pads in a jar, refasten lid, and swirl until soaked thoroughly.

DIY makeup wipes with essential oils

Step Three: Store in an airtight container. That’s it, seriously!

DIY makeup wipes with essential oils

DIY makeup remover wipes with essential oils
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Makeup Remover Wipes

These DIY makeup remover wipes are all-natural and infused with essential oils to support healthy skin while erasing makeup, too.

Keyword: homemade makeup wipes
Yield: 10 makeup pads
Author: Carrie

Materials

  • 2 Tbsp. vegetable oil complex
  • 4 drops lavender oil
  • 2 drops frankincense oil
  • 1 Tbsp alcohol free witch hazel
  • 2 Tbsp filtered water
  • 10 round cotton makeup pads
  • airtight container

Instructions

  • Pour liquid ingredients into a jar, fasten lid, and shake
  • Add cotton pads in a jar, refasten lid, and swirl until soaked throughly
  • Store in an airtight container

Voila! In under 5 minutes, you have powerful yet natural make-up remover wipes ready to go. I like to put a few in a baggie when I travel and use them on-the-go. #travelhack

As you probably know, there’s only one brand of essential oils I trust, and that’s Young Living. Read here to see why and snag the special gifts I’m giving to new members of our team, Lemonade Essentials! 😉

It be overwhelming replacing all your products with healthier, organic ones… trust me, I’ve been there. Taking baby steps with easy mixes like this toxin-free makeup remover is a great place to start!

DIY makeup remover wipes with essential oils

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2 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Is there ever a sale on frankincense oil? Sooo expensive! I would love to make this. Are these oils the same as they have always had. You mentioned some new type of oils. Thank you

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