An olive oil makeup remover fact

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

 Olive oil can remove eye makeup! A small amount of olive oil on a cotton pad can gently remove the toughest makeup.  Just be sure to remove any oil residue with a clean pad dipped in water.

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  1. Very good tip , but i dont no if people with oily skin should use it or not..
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    1. absolutl!, people with oily skin (like me) tend to use a lot of products that strip their skin of natural oils to get rid of the greasy feeling although this has an adverse effect, as this stripping action actually encourages your skin to over produce oil which leads again to the oily problem.
      It is recommended that people with oily skin use some kind of oil based product ( i use one from decleor which is meant for use on oily and acne prone skin)to keep a good balance of oils and prevent over production, it sounds crazy and i didn't believe it at first but it has made the biggest difference to my skin. obviously with this tip the olive oil needs to be used sparingly though.
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  2. I've never heard of this before but I'm definitely going to try it!
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  3. This is so handy and something I had never heard of before, thanks for sharing

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  4. Good tip! Will keep this in mind for when I'm in need and have no remover handy!! Xx

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  5. This would be a lifesaver when I run out of makeup remover, genius!

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  6. It's funny how people seem to think that because someone has oily skin they shouldn't use oils. If anything it's better to use them! Olive oil is a wondrous thing, I use it for so many little ailments but not for removing makeup. I'll have to try this when in a pinch. :) xo

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    1. Ye definitely although i used to think the same until i spoke to a consultant at decleor.
      Have a go and see what u think :)

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  7. How did I not know this! Genius!

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    1. I love tips like this hope you liked it

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  8. Love this. Great tip and kept it simple and to the point.

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  9. Simple, awesome tip! I'm definitely going to be using this one. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  10. I've just started using grapeseed oil with my moisturizer and I'm kinda completely obsessed with oils for my skin. Next time I run out of makeup remover I'll have to try this.

    Mana
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