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    Hey all I was wondering whats the best make-up remover for someone who have sensitive skin? I hardly ever wear make-up anymore because when I take it off with normal make-up remover it just doesn't agree with my skin Please help!

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    I'm using Nivea's Cleansing Milk Makeup remover now. It comes in a lavander bottle and is formulated for sensitive skin. You can also try L'Oreal's version. It's part oil though so it might not be good for you if you have acne-prone skin.

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    I use Himalaya's and VLCC's cleansing milk. Both of them contain aloe vera, that help to soothe skin after clearing out the make-up, and helps to prevent clogging of pores too.

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    since you have a sensitive skin use petroleum jelly it works all types of skin and it doesn't harm.

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    baby oil that is mostly mineral oil is great for removing makeup. you can get unscented versions if frangrance is an issue.
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    I use Pond's Cream. I rub it all over my face then take a wash cloth with warm water and wipe the makeup off. Comes right off...even waterproof mascara...with NO tugging! Yes, my face is greasy afterwards but I wash with Johnson & Johnson Purpose Face Wash.

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    I use an oil cleanser, and it removes eye makeup without any issues.

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    Hello,

    I will suggest you milk cleansing cream for removing make-up. I am saying it because you have got sensitive skin and milk is very mild..

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    I use Pond's Cream. I rub it all over my face then take a wash cloth with warm water and wipe the makeup off. Comes right off...even waterproof mascara...with NO tugging! Yes, my face is greasy afterwards but I wash with Johnson & Johnson Purpose Face Wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lezah View Post
    since you have a sensitive skin use petroleum jelly it works all types of skin and it doesn't harm.
    Please do not use petroleum jelly on your skin or your babies skin. There are a lot of other products out there that do not contain petroleum to use.


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