Garnier Eye Makeup Remover 2In1
Make-up removers are intended to help easily remove make-up that has been applied. They make sure it easily wipes off, using a tissue or other cloth.
695799 17 - Aqua / water, isododecane, isopropyl palmitate, undecane, arginine, ci 60725 / violet 2, citric acid, dipotassium phosphate, disodium edta, hexylene glycol, octyldodecanol, octyldodecyl xyloside, polyaminopropyl biguanide, potassium phosphate, sodium chloride, tridecane, (f.i.l. B162099/2). Ingredients correct at time of publishing. Always check product packaging
How to use:
Shake the bottle: the 2 phases mix perfectly. Apply a few drops to a cotton pad and hold against your eyes for a few seconds to allow makeup to dissolve. Then gently wipe away, starting at the inner corner of your eye, moving outwards. The formula is suitable for contact lens wearers.
Skin care is the range of practices that support skin integrity, enhance its appearance and relieves skin conditions. Looking after your skin can also include nutrition, avoidance of excessive sun exposure and appropriate use of emollients.
Skin care don'ts
Here are the mistakes people often make in their skin care regime;
Forgetting to wash your face before bed
Washing your face at night is a hard-and-fast rule when it comes to caring for your skin. During the day, natural oils and sweat accumulate on the skin. We are exposed to the environment, which means that dirt and pollution build up on our outer skin layer. Not removing all of this dirt and gunk at the end of the day can cause skin irritation, inflammation, and acne breakouts.
Applying too much product
Although it's tempting, less is more when it comes to your skincare products. A good rule of thumb is to apply the lightest weight product first—like a serum—then layer heavier products such as a lotion, cream, or sunscreen on top.
It’s tempting but highly damaging in the long term to buff away too much of your top skin layer. You’re actually removing the protective barrier that your skin has. Once removed, your skin is exposed to environmental toxins and sun damage, causing aging. Exfoliate two to three times a week, max.
Not Moisturising Oily Skin
It’s a common misconception that those with oily skin should avoid moisturisers. In fact, it’s vital that even oily skin gets moisture because without it, skin will overcompensate for the loss of hydration [with more oil], leading to breakouts and uneven skin texture.
Skin care regime must include a sunscreen irrespective of the weather. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15. Apply sunscreen generously, and reapply every two hours — or more often if you're swimming or perspiring.
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