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Monday, February 22, 2010

Make Up Remover Wipes


I eventually got a chance to write a couple of things after a while. I have been so extremely busy recently. I get home after work and run out to so some errands, and by the time I get home I only have energy to go to bed:) absolute serenity:-) hahaha! ok, I know that I still have to write a post about how my valentine's day and birthday was. Yes, it was my birthday on the 11th, and VD on the 14th, so I got lots of presents in one week:)But I wanted to do this first instead.


I am in love with make up remover wipes. I never liked using make up cleansers as I do not like the feel of residue on my face after using it. Wipes have been saving my life not only when I travel but also anytime I want to take my make up off. MAC just did not work for me. I kind of had an alergic reaction and my face turned to red all over and irritated, after using the next day and seeing the same reaction I stopped using it and never purchased again.

I've just started using Neutrogena, but I like it so far, it smells nice, does not leave your skin oily, and remove everything completely( then again, I am not a make up junk, I only wear mascara and concealer daily, so if you're wearing heavier make up you may still use this but may be 2 wipes would do the work)

Then I've got Revlon. I'm not totally in love with it, but I choose to go with this if I do not have anything else. I do not like it as much as I like the Neutrogena.

Then just regular baby wipes:) These are the best since they're made to use on babies' skin. You can use them even if you have sensitive skin most of the time. You may also use baby shampoo to wash off your make up as well, even to remove your waterproof mascara.

Last but not least, my make up remover lotion from Dior. I do not hate this but like I mentioned I like removing my make up using remover wipes better.

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