The 10 Best Over-The-Counter & Natural Makeup Removers

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Makeup is typically used to enhance our already beautiful features and no matter how poppin' that Fenty's Killawatt Foil Highlighter is on our cheeks, eventually we have to take it all off.


It is very important to wash away all the makeup (typically before you go to bed) so that our skin can breathe and renew itself. If we don't, it will lead to breakouts, wrinkles, and more skin issues in the future. Luckily, there are many beauty brands that are catered to the cause and have products that are specifically designed to wipe away every last bit of makeup on your face. And if you are more into the natural way of doing things, we've got you covered too.

Below, we've listed the five best over-the-counter makeup removers and the five best natural oils that also work as a makeup remover.

Over-the-Counter Products:

Sidebar: When purchasing oils, make sure they are pure and aren't mixed with any other ingredients.

These are just a few products that we highlighted that is great for removing makeup. In lieu of these products, make sure to also wash your face regularly.

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