Beautiful skin needs daily cleansing:
Even if removing make-up after a long day might not be your favourite thing to do, these quick and easy tips and tricks will help you.
THE RIGHT MAKE-UP REMOVER FOR ME
Cleansing milk, wash gel or micellar water.
Make-up remover products that you apply with a cotton pad or wipe:
- Micellar water like NIVEA Perfect & Radiant Micellar 3-in-1 Cleansing Water enriched with Vitamin E works in harmony with your skin to: deeply clean without oily residues, gently remove even waterproof make-up without rubbing, refresh and tone to support the skin’s beautiful, radiant appearance.
- Eye make-up remover like NIVEA Extra Gentle Eye Make-up Remover enriched with Vitamin B5 which effectively removes water-soluble mascara.
- Make-up remover wipes and micellar wipes like NIVEA Perfect & Radiant Micellar 3-in-1 Cleansing Wipes.
Make-up remover products that you apply to the skin with your hands and rinse off with water:
- Cleansing foam like NIVEA Perfect & Radiant Cleansing Foam which deeply cleans and gently purifies skin.
- Cleansing cream like NIVEA Daily Essentials Gentle Cleansing Cream Wash with natural Almond Oil and Hydra IQ; -Gently cleanses and removes daily impurities.
- Wash gel like NIVEA Daily Essentials Shine Control Facial Wash Gel which cleanses pore-deeply with purifying peeling scrubs to reduce and prevent impurities.
- For blemishes NIVEA Clear Up Deep Pore Cleanser.
TIPS FOR REMOVE MASCARA RIGHT: SAY NO TO PANDA EYES
If you leave mascara on your eyelashes overnight, the fine hairs might break.
Water-soluble mascara can gently be removed with micellar water. If you need to remove waterproof mascara, micellar cleansing wipes or special eye make-up removers are a good choice.
- Soak pad with eye make-up remover or micellar water.
- Apply with light pressure to your closed eyelid, allow to soak for a short time – the mascara will dissolve smoothly.
- After a few seconds wipe the mascara carefully with a cotton pad downward or from the inside to the outside.
- Be careful: it’s important to be as gentle as possible. Mechanical stress such as heavy rubbing or scrubbing can irritate the sensitive skin around the eyes, which may lead to redness and wrinkles.