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The safest, DIY toxin-free makeup remover on the planet that works toward beauty that goes beyond skin deep to the cellular level.

DIY Toxin-Free Makeup Remover

You cannot find it at the store, so this DIY toxin-free makeup remover will become your new best friend.

Just Say No

Toxic beauty products lead to cellular damage and premature aging.

Our skin (and largest organ) drinks in whatever we choose in this moment.

Simple Answers

Start with the safest and only pesticide-free essential oils from Young Living.

From there you can do one of two things.

1.Young Living Makeup Remover Wipes

The Young Living makeup remover wipes will be your new favorite quick pick.

They are soft, smell clean, and leave you skin fresh and free of makeup.

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The safest, DIY toxin-free makeup remover on the planet that works toward beauty that goes beyond skin deep to the cellular level.

2. Favorite DIY!

Below is the recipe my friend, Laurie from onemomandablog.com shared with me.

I love it! It’s quick and easy to make, lasts a long time, and really does the trick!

Toxin-Free Makeup Remover

  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: easy
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Combine liquid ingredients and pour into your canning jar. Seal and enjoy by dipping a cotton round into the liquid whenever you’re ready to remove your makeup.

Learn more about the safest essential oil option here: Not all oils are created equal.

Final Thoughts

For all your skin endures during the day, it’s important to nourish it, especially as we age.

Take care of yourself in this little but important way.

Your skin and your body will thank you.

The safest, DIY toxin-free makeup remover on the planet that works toward beauty that goes beyond skin deep to the cellular level.
 
 

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13 Replies to “DIY Toxin-Free Makeup Remover”

    1. This usually lasts me a few months before I have to refill. 🙂 It’s never given me any signs of going bad before!

  1. I don’t know where I went wrong.. but after a week, the pads were covered in fuzzy green mold! (It seemed to happen over night)
    The jar was sealed after each use.. maybe something gross in the cotton pads? It was freaky!

    1. Oh duh… I put the pads in the jar in the solution! The pads themselves were moldy in the unabsorbed liquid. Next time I will follow your instructions more carefully and leave them out.

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