Make-Up remover is the red-headed stepchild of make-up conversation. I know your moisturizer, your lipstick and your mascara brand. I don’t know how the heck you get it off at night. I am also conflicted on why we take it off? I know every beauty magazine I have ever read said it is the 8th deadly sin to sleep with your make-up on. My question is basically, why? Why is it o.k. to wear all day but God forbid you fall asleep with it on? I did a small amount of research and this is what I found ,“Don’t go to bed with makeup on. Studies show your skin ages 13 days when you do that, says Sarah Hoover, an independent beauty consultant for Mary Kay.
O.K., fine. I’ll take that at “face value”. I love the nightlife. I love to boogie. I love to fall into bed with my full face plastered on. I had NO IDEA the 13 days I kept adding. Do you realized my skin is around 250 years old at this point? Oh My God!
What about Jackie Collins? I read an interveiw where said that a man should never see you without your make-up. She applies a fresh coat BEFORE bed. Can someone please call her and tell her to stop? My God!! At this rate her skin is 2,000 years old!! We need to intervene!
I know I live on the edge but had NO Clue of the true danger. Thank-you very much Klorane for sending this product. There is nothing more annoying then waking up with permanent racoon eyes! What does the site claim to do? “Klorane Wild Cornflower Eye Make-up Remover,the soothing and decongestant properties of Cornflower extract. This very gentle lotion easily removes eye make-up, yet ensures perfect tolerance”.
Was Klorane tolerant and gentle to your less then die-hard make-up removing routine? Are you sold on saving those 13 days? Was it a pleasant, easy experience?
LADIES PLEASE POST YOUR FINDINGS!!!