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DIY Natural Biphasic Eye Makeup Remover Tutorial

eye make up remover

Learn how to do it yourself this gentle and natural biphasic eye makeup remover thanks to this quick and easy tutorial! A biphasic eye makeup remover consists of a water-based cleanser and an oil-phase liquid. Shake them together and the two different phases will mix up combining their properties to remove your makeup. In the whole makeup cleansing process, removing eye makeup step cannot be skipped. Not washing away the daily makeup it is bad for your lashes and eyes. It’s not only a question of waking up with dark smudges on your face. If you keep your eyelashes perpetually coated in mascara, they will become brittle and prone to breakage. Therefore if you sometimes feel like not removing your eye makeup because you feel too tired or lazy, just remember that leaving eye makeup on, it makes you more prone to wrinkling and that the delicate eye skin ages easily and if not duly taken care of, it is the first one to show your years 😉 This homemade alternative is super easy, super cheap and anyone can do it! If you want to replicate the eye makeup remover as I do it, you will need: 1.rice oil 2.demineralized … Continue reading

Best Natural Organic Cleanser

I’ve decided to do this tutorial for all of you who are just tired to spend lots and lots of money on commercial cleansing products not obtaining however the skin results you long for. It’s the way I cleanse my face and I am really satisfied and happy with this natural & organic, but most of all, cheap method. Flour is good for skin as it is reported to be super gentle and a natural exfoliant removing the dead cells and the impurities leaving you a soft and glowing skin. It will take you less than a minute to make this natural organic cleanser. Check out the video-tutorial below for  further instructions! Depending on your skin you could use either buckwheat flour if you have dry skin or chickpea or lentils flour if you have normal skin. I personally, having an oily skin, use oat and rice flour. I chose to mix the 2 of them as rice flour gives an extra scrub thanks to its rough texture. I find this natural way of cleansing our face a real skin saver! Day after day you’ll get a hydrated & fresher looking skin, a clearer & brighter complexion.   Mixing flour with honey … Continue reading