If you have oily skin…
Makeup wipes would be perfect. Besides being able to lift of makeup and grime, some of them include salicylic acid which is also able to gently exfoliate surface skin cells to prevent them from clogging up pores.
TRY: Simple Kind To Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes $13.90
TRY: Neutrogena Deep Cleansing Oil Free Makeup Remover Cleansing Wipes $13.90
TRY: Biore Cleansing Oil Cotton Facial Sheets Handy Pack, $3.90
If you have sensitive skin…
Cleansing waters are really gentle on the skin, making them ideal for sensitive skin. Simply saturate a piece of cotton pad and swipe gently to remove makeup. Continue until cotton pad looks completely clean.
TRY: Garnier Micellar Water, $19.90
TRY: Kenzoki Amazing Cleansing Water $52
TRY: Caudalie Make-Up Remover Cleansing Water $32
If you have dry skin…
Technically, oil cleansers are suitable for every skin type, but if you find that most makeup removers leave your skin feeling taut, you might want to consider switching to an oil-based makeup remover. Work two to three pumps on dry skin to break down sunscreen and waterproof makeup, then add water to emulsify. Rinse off, and voila, clean skin that doesn’t feel tight or dry.
TRY: Neutrogena Deep Clean Cleansing Oil to Foam, $25.90
TRY: Orbis The Cleansing One, $38
TRY: ASTALIFT Renewal Cleansing Oil, $42
TRY: shu uemura Anti/Oxi+ pollutant & dullness clarifying cleansing oil, $125