How It’s Made: Cleanse Makeup Remover May 03 2022, 0 Comments

The making of our natural makeup remover

We put a lot of love into the products we create. From luxuriously rich creams to naturally effective acne-fighting serums, we handmake the majority of our products in-house to ensure every single one is perfect. Today, we’re taking a deep dive into how our Cleanse Makeup Remover is made.

If you’ve tried our Cleanse Makeup Remover before, you’ll already know it’s unique; a gentle yet powerful elixir that naturally removes dirt, grime, and makeup while restoring the skin’s moisture balance and nourishing lashes and brows. Talk about multi-purpose.

We knew that finding a natural makeup remover that hydrating, not greasy, and—most importantly—actually works can be challenging. That’s why we created Cleanse. Our much-loved formula checks off all these hard-to-find characteristics.

How we make it:

Step 1: We steep dry organic calendula, chamomile, and rose flowers in witch hazel for three days. The calming, healing, and anti-inflammatory benefits of the flowers gradually increase in concentration in the witch hazel over this time period.

Step 2: We strain the dried flowers from the witch hazel and blend in organic aloe vera juice and honey.

Step 3: Avocado oil, calendula-infused sunflower oil, rosehip seed oil, jojoba oil, and castor seed oil are mixed together and added to the steeped witch hazel. This is the final product.

The unique combination of these nourishing ingredients allows our makeup remover to balance, tone, and cleanse the skin all at once. The versatility of this product is actually what makes it one of our favourites.

Here’s how you can make the most of your Cleanse Makeup Remover:

  • Use it as a face cleanser: Using a reusable cotton round, it can work like a micellar water replacement and serve as a quick and gentle substitute when you want to skip your usual cleanser and water.
  • Use it as a toner: After cleansing, apply it to a reusable cotton round to help combat breakouts and inflammation. Bonus: It’ll add another layer of hydration under your serum or face cream.
  • Use it as a post-waxing treatment: The cooling, anti-inflammatory properties of our Cleanse Makeup Remover make it a great option for discouraging itchiness and decreasing redness post-wax. Apply it using a reusable cotton round to help bring relief to mild irritation.

How do you use your Cleanse Makeup Remover? Let us know in the comments.