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    I use Dove soap and warm water but I don't have to worry about waterproof mascara as most brands I've tried make my eyes itch. I do have to get a ton of black mascara and liquid eyeliner off though so I usually soap/rinse my face twice, change the water and then use my exfoliating brush before giving everything another once over and slapping on my nightly dose of bio-oil. But that's what works best for me and my freaky skin.
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    I found a Nivea eye/waterproof makeup creamy remover and it works very well, especially the mascara. So the routine is wash whole face including eyelids with Clinique foaming wash. Clinique No.2 toner. Nivea remover on the eyes. Moisturise. Clean pillow in the morning!!
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    I use baby oil. I've also used vaseline and albolene. I love all three, but I prefer baby oil. My skin tends to be a bit on the dry side, but I only use it on my eye makeup. I stopped using it for a few months and my under eye area got so dry. I'm 44 and don't have lines under my eyes at all. I credit baby oil

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    Sensitive skin baby wipes work really well for me. You can add some water or coconut oil to them or use them as is. One takes off all my eye makeup and they're very gentle.

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    You can use any baby shampoo for this purpose because it doesn't harm your eyes and you can easily remove your eye make up with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    I found a Nivea eye/waterproof makeup creamy remover and it works very well, especially the mascara. So the routine is wash whole face including eyelids with Clinique foaming wash. Clinique No.2 toner. Nivea remover on the eyes. Moisturise. Clean pillow in the morning!!
    I like the watery eye makeup removers in a bottle because they soothe the eyes too and don't leave an oily film. I can't use face cleansers on my eyes.
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    Clarins. I just switched to their skin care line and my skin is amazing. The eye makeup remover really gets it all off without leaving a greasy film on your eyes.
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    This Vaseline stuff is blowing my mind, how can you put that greasy gunk on your face? I have normal skin with an oily T and I know if I slicked that on my face in the morning I would be an oil slick and my make-up just slide right off. Craziness.
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    I think people using it as a makeup remover would use it at night, no?

    But I agree, I imagine vaseline clogging my pores something fierce.

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    I was actually looking for something new to use for eye makeup remover. I have used the Avon EMR lotion for 15+ years. When I find someone selling Avon I buy 5-10 bottle and it lasts forever. I noticed my stash is low, so I started looking in stores again, not a lot to choose from. I think I'll try the baby oil.
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    I use Almay Oil-Free makeup remover pads. My skin is sensitive and gets oily fast and I find that this thing removes my makeup quickly (even my hard-to-remove eyeliner) and I don't feel greasy afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I think people using it as a makeup remover would use it at night, no?

    But I agree, I imagine vaseline clogging my pores something fierce.
    Probably, I was thinking how it would just sit on my skin and in the morning I'd be just as greasy as I had been the night before!
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    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    This Vaseline stuff is blowing my mind, how can you put that greasy gunk on your face? I have normal skin with an oily T and I know if I slicked that on my face in the morning I would be an oil slick and my make-up just slide right off. Craziness.
    I hate using Vaseline to remove my eye makeup. I used it as a teenager because it was cheap & I didn't have extra money for cleansers, e/m removers, etc, so I would use the Vaseline. Hated it then, hate it now. It was soooo greasy, & took forever to remove the excess grease. Awful. You couldn't pay me to go back to using that!

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