DIY eye make up remover

By Mistirose (Mistirose) on November 4, 2011

I just made my own eye make up remover in less than 5 min. Only costs pennies to make and its all natural and all the oils are good for your skin.

1 Tablespoon each of Olive oil, Canola oil and Castor oil (can be found in the pharmacy section of most grocery stores. I got mine at Walmart) Put it in a small container. I used a single use glass jelly jar I had around.

Just use tissue or a cotton pad and wipe off your mascara. Works great! won’t sting your eyes or your pocketbook.


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About Mistirose
Hello, I am Misti. I have been married for 21 years to the most wonderful and inspiring husband who supports me in everything I do. As a lot of my friends affectionately call me domestic, tell me I’m a nice home maker etc… I thought why not use that and create a place where I can share all I have learned in my many hobbies and experiences. I love crafting (My fav is Sewing), making foods from scratch, gardening and the list goes on…I am a spender and a saver. I believe there are some products worth spending the money on and buying store bought and there are others that we can successfully duplicate ourselves for much less. I will share my many recipes, How to’s and lessons learned here with you and I hope you will share yours with me. I truly value your experiences and opinions you have to share. I am always learning and hope to continue to do so for a long time to come. Nap was kind enough to do an in depth interview on me here
Thank you Nap for the wonderful interview. The business has since been closed and I am sharing all kinds of how to's and recipes on my blog and my cubitsI hope you will join me!

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Sounds so easy! nap Nov 19, 2011 5:15 PM 26

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My friends call me domestic, a nice home maker etc…so I thought why not create a place where I can share all I have learned in my many hobbies and experiences.

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