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    **Brine** Male

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    Feb 2013


    Hmm. I think the best makeup remover is water. Might possible that i am wrong but i think there is no more remover to remove your makeup just water because it is a natural thing and having no side effect. If you think that any other product have great value then please post here. Thanks.

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    Water will not remove makeup or clean your face even if you don't wear makeup. You must use some cleanser that is made for your skin.

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    **Melissa Mellie** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1nS View Post
    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!
    You could use Revlon Eye & Lip Makeup Remover or Lakme Makeup Remover both are skin sensitive.

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    **Hemant Latawa** Male

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    Neutrogena's makeup remover kit is best.

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    **sanvi thakur** Female

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    Jun 2013


    VLCC's cleansing milk and Lakme makeup remover both are good for sensative skin.

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    Rosewater is good for cleaning make up. It is natural and gives fresh look after make-up removal.

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    **Emma Brown** Female

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    Jul 2013


    Any kind of facial wash, you're leaving something toxic behind, it's not a matter of convenience, it's a billion dollar business that can do more harm than good to your acne. And sometimes we feel entirely virtuous about our skin-care regimen because it's full of SPF-- all year round!-- and cleansers and such. But the truth is, we may not realize that we're overdoing (or underdoing) something that can lead to the very thing we're trying to avoid: dryness, breakouts, accelerated aging.

    The secret is keeping your face clean and oil-free. I also don't use liquid on my face for anything, and very little moisturizer, not even a dime size. Since my face is not dry. Good skin also comes from your good genes. Increase your fresh fruits & vegetables 3-5 servings per day. And programmed your mind to do this day after day, for the rest of your life.

  8. #28
    **kevinkrieger** Male

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    Nov 2013


    Simply dip a cotton ball into some milk or yogurt and apply to your face, then wash off with water. Cucumber and Castor oil are also good.

  9. #29


    Lakme cleanser is suitable to remove make up before going to sleep.

  10. #30


    Aveeno Ultra-Calming Makeup Removing Wipes for me because they always comes in handy.These ultra-soft wipes contain calming feverfew, an ingredient similar to chamomile. They remove makeup and dirt, plus leave skin feeling soothed.

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