Makeup Removers Boston MA

Oil-based makeup removers cut through the oils and wax that keep makeup on your face, while easy'spreading cleansers sweep away traces of dirt that removers can leave behind. Read on for more information on removing makeups.

FrancesRay Jules Salon
(617) 720-2288
203-205 Portland Street
Boston, MA
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Rhone Botanicals & Skincare
(617) 640-4255
156 Porter St Suite 424
Boston, MA

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Rainbow Nails
(617) 522-5100
3112 Washington St
Boston, MA
Cost
$$$

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Expert Nails
(781) 485-0059
364 Broadway
Revere, MA
Cost
$$$

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Ultimate Aesthetics by Dr. Steve Bader
(617) 795-7170
1400 Centre St, Suite 106,
Newton Center, MA
Cost
$$$

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Taline B
(617) 230-0076
Boston, MA
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$$$

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Sue Nails
(617) 822-3211
1145 Blue Hill Ave
Boston, MA
Cost
$$$

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Michelle M Professional Make-Up Artist
(781) 424-6215
Malden, MA
Cost
$$$

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Art of Illusionon-site bridal makeup by Andrea
(781) 608-1094
19 Frederick Street
Belmont, MA
Cost
$$$

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Wellness Massage & Skincare
(617) 630-8777
53 Langley Road, Suite 240
Newton Centre, MA

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By Lindsey Galloway

Attention makeup junkies! Here’s a pop quiz:
Which of these should you use every night to wash your face?
A. Makeup remover B. Cleanser C. Both
If you answered C, you’re right. You need both. Oil-based makeup removers cut through the oils and wax that keep makeup on your face, while easy-spreading cleansers sweep away traces of dirt that removers can leave behind. If you only remove makeup with a cleanser, “you could actually be rubbing impurities into the skin rather than off it,” explains Spirit Demerson, founder of the natural beauty boutique spiritbeautylounge.com. So here’s the drill: Use a makeup remover first and a gentle cleanser second, or choose one product that combines natural oils with gentle cleansing ingredients. Our favorites:

Removers
Skin Apricot Eyes
Seven indulgent oils help remove even stubborn eye makeup and nourish the delicate eye area. ($16.95, 1 oz; carenonline.com )
Femme Makeup Remover
Shea butter and olive oil work together to whisk away the last traces of makeup. ($32, 3.38 oz; oliviernewyork.com )

Cleansers
Bella Luccè
Pink Grapefruit Foaming Cleanser
This aloe vera–based cleanser leaves skin feeling fresh and rejuvenated. ($16, 4 oz; bellalucce.com )
Kaia Naturals Bamboo
Facial Cleansing Cloths
Made from sustainable bamboo, these whisper-soft cloths are infused with organic honey and oat amino acids to clean and support skin. ($18, 30 cloths; kaianaturals.com )

All-In-One
Organic Apoteke
Buttermilk Cleanser
Sweet almond, palmarosa, and sunflower oils dissolve makeup, while a gentle cleansing blend does the rest. ($35, 1.7 oz; spiritbeautylounge.com )

Blûm Naturals Daily
Eye Cleansing Pads
Organic aloe vera and chamomile fully but gently rid the eyelids of liner and shadow. ($6, 50 pads; blumnaturals.com )

—LG

Author: Lindsey Galloway

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