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Makeup remover for very sensitive skin

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I recently bought Revlon Colorstay foundation since it seems to cover so well. However, I tried using my oil-free Loreal eye makeup remover on it, but it didn't really budge. My skin is *extremely* sensitive, so I can't really scrub it much. Do you guys have any makeup remover suggestions that can cut through foundation without irritating my skin? Thanks!

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I agree with duchamp. Also, do not use any makeup remover wipes, those were horrible with Colorstay. The Trader Joe's soap I told you about works really well for me. For some reason soap has always worked well for my skin. I have dry skin, and it irritates easily if I use too many products at once. Currently, i'm taking a break from any topicals, i'm only using the soap and then moisturizing afterward because my skin was getting really flaky with the BP use.

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Liz Earle cleanse and polish hot cloth cleanser usually helps get off every last scrap of my make-up but it is very gentle so it'd be great for sensitive skin, too.

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I have always used unscented baby wipes to take off my makeup, even when I used to wear colorstay. They work and are super gentle.

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I take off my face makeup with a cotton ball dipped in apple cider vinegar and water. It cuts through Studio Fix, maybe it'll work for Colorstay, too.

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I like to remove my makeup (especially eye shadow/mascara) with Vaseline...I put some on a tissue and gently go over my whole face with it. It is good for sensitive skin, acts as a moisturizer and doesn't clog your pores. After, I wash with Spectrojel (for dry/sensitive skin) to remove the rest.. Cetaphil is another good brand.

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