DIY Makeup Remover Wipes

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#DIY Face Wipes

DIY Makeup Remover Wipes



I remember the pre-kids days where I had the time to complete these lavish beauty routines every night.

Now I’m 4 kids in, and I’m just too tired to even think about those past routines. My goal at the end of the night is to get into bed as fast as possible – because I know Eleanor will be up 3 hours later for her late night feast.

That’s why I love these DIY makeup remover wipes. They are effective, leave my skin clean and feeling soft, and allows my head to hit my pillow faster. These DIY makeup remover wipes will even remove stubborn makeup (like waterproof mascara) easily.

DIY Makeup Remover Wipes





Blog image for simple homemade baby wipes.


HOW TO MAKE Makeup Remover Wipes

  • Stuff the cotton pads into your container.
  • In a separate bowl, add in your 2 cups of water.
  • Stir in your coconut oil and soap.
  • Pour the mixture over the cotton pads.
  • Let it sit for 5 minutes before using the wipes. If there is any extra liquid you can pour it out.
  • Store in a dark cool place (like a cupboard) with the lid on.

You can store these DIY makeup remover wipes for up to a month.

Let me know if you are going to try this easy DIY below! Check out more DIY’s


3 Ingredient #DIY Face Wipes


  1. Glogirl says:

    I currently have a lot of face wipes to use up. After they are done, I would just use my facial cleanser to remove make up.

  2. Shelley Butcher says:

    I have really sensitive skin. To wear make-up I have to take antihistamines so I rarely bother, so I won’t be trying these.

  3. Andrea Amy says:

    I might give it a try. I don’t normally use any sort of soap on my face, but this looks like it would be pretty mild.

  4. travelbuds says:

    This looks so great and easy to make and once it’s done so easy to use. I think even my son would use it every night.

  5. Betty S says:

    I love that the ingredients are all natural and easy to buy. I am not sure at this point if I will make the product, but will definetly buy the ingredients

  6. Amanda Fontaine says:

    Yes, my twelve year old daughter has taken a liking to make up these last few months and I would love something natural for her.

  7. Kristi F says:

    I love the idea of having something all ready to wipe my face with at night since I get tired and lazy. I would definitely try these.

  8. GiGi Eats says:

    TOTALLY genius!! I have to admit, I have been using almond oil or castor oil to take off my make up these days and it’s been working like such a charm!

  9. Joquim says:

    What a fab idea; I’ve heard so many people rave about honey & coconut oil as it seems such a multi purpose product. I wear full eye make up every day and have really sensitive eyes, so I cant use most makeup removers you find at the drug store. I use Green Tea Cleanser to remove my eye makeup and this takes it off really well without making my eyes water. No eye irritation what so ever and I also use it as my night face cleanser. Its a creamy liquid, so it works for removing eye makeup as well.

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