3 Easy Steps to Removing Halloween Make-Up

Its great fun dressing up and adding the details with some amazing Halloween Make-up but we all know it can be downright 'Horror Scene’ in the removal!

Here’s our skin cleansing guide to removing even the most stubborn Halloween makeup  so you don’t look quite so spooky in the morning and leave your skin spooked for weeks ahead.

STEP 1: IT’S CLEANSING TIME!

APPLY 1 PUMP OF DMS CLEANSING MILK TO DAMP HANDS AND BEGIN TO MASSAGE INTO YOUR SKIN
Halloween make-up is designed not to budge and will contain various oils, waxes or silicones in abundance to your usual daily make-up so it will most definitely take longer than usual to remove.

REPEAT

COMPLETE A SECOND OR EVEN THIRD CLEANSE TO MAKE SURE ALL TRACES HAVE BEEN REMOVED.
It sounds a lot but we recommend adding a 2nd or 3rd cleanse to loosen heavy makeup. Patience is key…. Do not scrub or use heavy friction techniques especially if you have sensitive or spot prone skin.

STEP 2: GENTLY ERASE EYE MAKEUP

It’s always best to treat your delicate eye area with the gentlest care.
To remove your Halloween eye makeup, use a pea size amount of DMS Cleansing Milk and apply in circular motions around the eye area until you can see the make-up loosening. Remove with a soft flock mitt or cotton wool pad.Repeat As needed.
P.S If you are wearing false eyelashes then follows your packaging or therapists advice for the safest removal.

STEP 3: TREAT YOUR SKIN TO AN VITAMIN FACE MASK

Once your skin is make-up free, it's time to TREAT your skin to much needed TLC.
Apply 2-3 pumps of Vitamin Serum Plus Mask infused with concentrated amounts of vitamins A, C,E & F and nutrients to moisturize, calm and nurture your skin’s appearance. Leave for 15 mins or sleep in overnight. Follow with your usual Prescriptive Moisturiser.

These steps are suitable for adults and kids alike!

For any more advice on safe and skin friendly make-up removal do not hesitate to get in touch.


To book an appointment Call us :02838318280 or

E-mail: hello@theskinhealthclinic.co.uk

 

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