Friday, July 8

Take care of your eyelids

Many women don't know that not cleaning there eyelid may lead to Blepharitis (kuliti sa mata).  We thought that washing your face and using make up remover is ok , we never emphasize on our eyelids lashes and you weren't aware that you haven't remove the dirt between those little hair. The reason why I'am telling these is because I was once suffer with Blepharitis when I start wearing eye make-up on my college days.  SO let me share to you my cleaners.


Here's how I do it.
  • First , use your make-up remover to remove those make-ups.
  • Wash your face using your facial wash and gently massage your eyelids ( Please close your eyes. )
  • After rinsing, get a wet cotton buds and add a small amount of baby shampoo and gently rub your eyelids and you can definitely see the excess make up on the buds after then rinse your face again.
There you go, it is so easy and I hope you like it. Beauty stays with or without make-up.

40 comments:

  1. I never heard of using a baby shampoo to get rid of make-up. I have to try that since I am not liking my current make-up remover. :)

    http://jesroque.blogspot.com

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  2. thanks for this informative post dear! will try this out :D

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  3. @JesRoque You have to try this actually i forgot to tell that this one was recommended by my doctor when i got that kuliti.

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  4. great tip. :)


    - Cherie
    www.fashioncousense.com

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  5. nice naman, i will try it too! thanks for the tip :) by the way im your new follower and i enjoy reading your blog! you can visit my blog too :) http://neelai14.blogspot.com/

    :)

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  6. I'm also using the Maybelline make-up remover and ITS JUST SO AMAZING!! thanks for the tip, I'll sure take note of your cleansing method the next time I put on another eye make up ;)

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  7. @♥neelai♥Thanks for following my blog and will definitely gonna visit your blog too.

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  8. Informative post...I 'll take note with your cleansing method:)


    Happy blogging:)

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  9. I'm also using the Maybelline make-up remover and ITS JUST SO AMAZING!! thanks for the tip, I'll sure take note of your cleansing method the next time I put on another eye make up ;)

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  10. nice naman, i will try it too! thanks for the tip :) by the way im your new follower and i enjoy reading your blog! you can visit my blog too :) http://neelai14.blogspot.com/

    :)

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  11. @JesRoque You have to try this actually i forgot to tell that this one was recommended by my doctor when i got that kuliti.

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  12. Another interesting post that is new to me...bottom line, we really need to take care of ourselves --  different parts of the body  most especially our  eyes. Thanks for  the info!

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  13. I was thinking of my 3 years old son who always have kuliti but I think the shampoo wont work for him . it is definitely for us girls .thanks for this very informative tips. i don't have baby shampoo, regular shampoo might work too .we'll see.

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  14. Heeeeey I have the same makeup remover as you! :3

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  15. Even guys need to keep their self clean to avoid skin infections

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  16. first time hearing about 
    Blepharitis

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  17. I don't wear eye make-up much... but I will definitely share this with my partner... Thanks for this!

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  18. I don't wear make-up regularly but your tips is helpful and easy to do. - KarenT

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  19. Great tip! Will totally try this:) I also had an unpleasant experience with blepharitis :(

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  20. These tips would also be good for guys I assume? :D

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  21. Don't try regular shampoo dapat ung no tears...

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  22. Hihi... every body loves Maybelline

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  23. That's true. Masmadami nga lng routine ang gurls.

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  24. It was an advised to be by my Doctor when I first got Blepharitis

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  25. Hmmm pwede na din siguro if you are putting eyeliner.

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  26. The tip with using baby shampoo is new to me!

    I have to admit, I can be very lazy with removing make-up. I recently turned 40 (no shame in admitting it! :D) and I promised myself to take more care of my skin.

    Thanks for the reminder!

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  27. Thanks for the tip. I will try this too. :)

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  28. We use the same make-up remover. Cheers.
    The tip using the baby shampoo is something I never encountered before, but I'd definitely try this out soon when I'm removing my make-up. Usually it's just petroleum jelly and the make-up remover for me.

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  29. i always suffer from blepharitis every time I put on eye make up and I thought I'm really allergic. I do clean it thoroughly but still.. thanks for this tip! will definitely try this out..

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  30. you should try Clarins makeup remover. its the bomb! :)

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  31. Wow great advise. Not aware of this before. Cool of you!

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  32. :) I never knew that baby shampoo can be used for eyelids. Thanks for the info

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  33. Not cleaning the eyelids well can also cause  formation of dandruff like scales on eyelashes. Thanks for your eyelid hygiene tip. 

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  34. wow i don't know any of this info until i bumped to your blog dear! indeed it will help a lot esp girls who puts on make up everyday! xx

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