- Coconut Oil
Celebs Emma Stone and Miranda Kerr have used coconut oil and admitted to loving how it moisturises their skin as it removes makeup.
However, make sure you wash your face properly once you’re done removing makeup. Because of its comedogenicity ratings, coconut oil may actually clog pores. If you’ve not seen any changes since you’ve started using coconut oil, stick to it.
Milk is said to be soothing, gentle and just mildly exfoliating enough to cleanse skin. Dip cotton pads or cotton balls and into cold milk, squeeze out excess and proceed to gently rub the cotton pads all over your cheeks, eyes and neck.
Afterwards, be sure to wash face off with warm water and using moisturise for added hydration.
Cucumber is said to have anti-inflammatory properties to soothe skin and prevent it from breaking out.
To make this natural makeup remover, blend up some cucumbers until you have a nice soft paste, add some coconut or olive oil (it helps remove excess makeup) and proceed to use it as a cleanser.
Natural Greek yoghurt can help to moisturise and relief sunburns on your skin. Just like milk, use cotton balls or pads and rub face in circular motion to stimulate blood flow. Rinse with cold water.
Much like coconut oil, olive oil helps to keep skin feeling supple, smooth and moisturised. The best part is that it doesn’t have alcohol or other chemicals that could potentially harm skin.