DIY Eye Make Up Remover

Saturday, February 18, 2012 AnnMarie Brown 17 Comments



The last time I purchased eye make up remover it was around $6 for a little tiny bottle. But it works so well, I sucked it up. Well while attending a DIY workshop they gave us a sample of eye make up remover they had found the recipe on Pinterest.

Well I love the sample and it works really well. So off I was to make some of my own. I plan to make some more this weekend so my daughter can take some home with her after her visit.

1 cup water
1 1/2 tablespoons Tear Free Baby Shampoo
1/8 teaspoon Baby Oil

Directions:
Add all ingredients into a small bowl and stir. (I make it right in a measuring cup and it makes it easier to pour into my bottle)
Shake before every use.

Cost: Less than 0.50 cents

17 comments:

  1. What a great idea, I may just try this

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  2. Wow. This is interesting! Does it go on smooth? Nothing like finding a DIY that works!

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  3. @NPC

    yes it goes on smooth and works really well. I use it all the time.

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  4. Oh wow! This sounds awesome! Definitely making this!

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  5. I've read this before! I should give it a try!

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  6. Who knew you could make everything yourself? I don't wear eye makeup but good to know!

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  7. Great idea! You have the best cost-saving ideas around.

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  8. Believe it or not, I've had my fair share of eye makeup on. Halloween is my favorite time of year and dressing like a lady was very popular for a couple years..... :)

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  9. @Kathleen (aka Callista)
    I don't wear a lot of eye make up but as a mom of teenaged girls well this has saved some $$.

    @~ The Country Mouse ~
    Thanks so much for your comment.. I try to cut costs in the most efficient way possible with things that work.
    @Canadian Dad
    Well now you are in business... you can make some up to remove your Halloween make up! :)

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  10. Now that seems easy enough! Thanks!

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  11. That's awesome! Very cool and inexpensive!

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  12. I am loving all these homemade things your making! Keep them coming!

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  13. @Positively Pampered Patty

    Thanks I really enjoy making them and will always post when I find something that works for me and my family.

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  14. Does this work well for waterproof mascara?

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  15. I have found it worked well on waterproof mascara.

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  16. Thanks for another great homemade tip. This is so easy to make and I am sure it is better for around your eyes than a lot of the commercial products. (Judy Cowan)

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  17. What a great, simple idea. I always struggle to find a good eye makeup remover.

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