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The Best Makeup Removers Ever, According to Collegiettes


After a long day on campus all we want to do is change into sweatpants, throw our hair up into a bun, and wipe off our makeup. No one wants to scrub their face raw trying to get all their foundation and eyeliner off! So we asked collegietts everywhere to dish on their favorite makeup removers—and here's what they had to say. 

Martha, a senior at Clemson University: Ponds Cold Cream Cleanser ($4.16)

"It moisturizes and is gentle on the skin as it doesn't require much rubbing. It's especially good for eye makeup removal."

Shannon, a junior at Virginia Tech: First Aid Beauty Milk Oil Conditioning Cleanser ($26)

"I was having a problem where my eyelids were getting really dried out, but this one helps moisturize and doesn't leave residue!"

Maya, a senior at University of Washington: Baby Shampoo ($4.99)

"It's gentle on the skin, but a great way to remove makeup. And if it gets in your eyes... no pain!"

Jacara, a senior at Azusa Pacific University: e.l.f. Studio Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths ($3)

"They are really cheap and work really well!"

Marquela, a junior at The Ohio State University: Coconut oil ($8.48)

"Coconut oil removes everything and moisturizes really well."

Taylor, a senior at California State University, Fullerton: Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes ($4.99)

"I've used them for as long as I can remember. They're really gentle on your skin and they always get off all my makeup!"

Have you tried (and loved!) any of these makeup removers, collegiettes?

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