Gentle Homemade Makeup Removal for Acne Prone Skin

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Homemade makeup remover can be gentle enough to treat acne prone skin. Whip up a gentle cleanser with the help of a skin care specialist in this free video.

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Video Transcript

Hello, my name is Courtney Gomez. I've been a makeup artist and skin care specialist for upwards of five years and in this video we'll be discussing how to make a homemade makeup remover for acne prone skin. For this, you're going to need plain yogurt, a cup to hold it in, steaming milk that you have almost brought to a boil on the stove and a cotton ball. So, what I have here is steaming milk. I have had it over the stove. It's probably cooled down a little bit now. You're going to be mixing it with cold yogurt so you can definitely have it steaming. So, we're going to apply a little bit in here just to make this a little bit more of a liquid consistency because we're going to want to saturate a cotton ball in it. So, that's still a little thick. I'm going to add a little bit more. So, if you can see that consistency right there, that is probably close to perfect. So, I've a cotton ball here and I'm just going to dip it in and then you will use it starting from the inside of your face, working outward in small circular motions from the inside working out. This is a great way to remove makeup without any oils. So, the fats in the milk and dairy products to remove makeup very well but they don't clog the pores. So, when you have basically covered your skin and removed your makeup, you're just going to wash this off. I just have a dampened cloth here and we are completely makeup free and then of course whenever you cleanse your skin you're going to want to end with a moisturizer. Thank you for watching. Again, my name is Courtney Gomez, and in this video we discussed how to make a homemade makeup remover for acne prone skin.


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