Does it ever feel like those scheduled workouts seem to last forever? Below are a couple of simple tips on how to make any workout seem as quick and painless as possible:Bring A Buddy. Working out with the right workout buddy isn't just fun but also provides that extra push you need to go that extr...
One of the most basic advice about makeup is to always remove it before going to bed. But not enough people take their makeup off at night, nor do they do it properly. Many figure they can wash away makeup without makeup remover, but this can lead to clogged pores, pimples and breakouts. The same can be said for eyes, since leftover mascara can lead to eye infections, discoloration, and puffy peepers in the morning.
While it's important to know the proper way to clean your face, how do
you differentiate between cleansing waters, cleansing oils, makeup
removing wipes and pads? Check out these tips below to find the one that will work for your skin:
MICELLAR WATER/CLEANSING WATER This gentle option is perfect for sensitive skin. While it will remove basic makeup, you may need to swipe up to two or three times to completely clean the skin. Use an eye makeup remover after if you prefer waterproof mascara or long-wearing eye liner. CLEANSING OIL Perfect for dehydrated and thirsty skin, cleansing oil helps to balance your skin’s natural sebum production. Ideal for removing long-lasting or water-resistant makeup, the oil breaks down virtually any ingredient before rinsing into a milky emulsion. OIL-BASED MAKEUP REMOVER This standard formula that takes off your makeup in one swipe. Unlike cleansing oils, these frothy formulas contain water-based ingredients so you never feel an oily residue on your skin. MAKEUP WIPES While it might help you save time after a late night or on vacation, you need to keep in mind that makeup wipes come in different strengths. Some contain stronger ingredients than others which might not be suitable for sensitive skin, but all get the majority of makeup off your face so you can sleep clean. EYE MAKEUP REMOVER The area around your peepers is incredibly sensitive, and requires a more delicate formula compared to the rest of your face. And don’t just swipe it on quickly. Place a cotton ball with remover
over your lids, hold it for a minute to dissolve the product, then wipe
away. Oils are particularly good for removing long-wearing eye makeup.