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The Best and Cheapest Multi-Purpose Makeup Remover Ever!

I am the worst when it comes to removing makeup. I still find it hard live by the rule not to sleep at night with your makeup still intact. I will have a whole lot of excuses for doing this action like, I don't have enough time or that I am too tired to bother removing my makeup.

Then came the big realization. I noticed the days that I don't remove my makeup were the very days that some pimple/s pop out from nowhere. I'll get constant pimples on my T-Zone and chin area and they were pretty alarming.

So today I will be sharing to you my current eureka product. I finally found the best and the cheapest makeup remover ever, Johnsons and Johnsons Baby Oil Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.


Johnsons and Johnsons Baby Oil Aloe Vera and Vitamin E is enriched with Aloe Vera known for its dry skin-soothing qualities, as well as Vitamin E, a natural skin conditioner. It forms a silky barrier to prevent excess moisture loss and protect against dryness, leaving baby's skin soft and smooth.


Price depends on the size of the product. Johnson and Johnsons Baby Oil Aloe Vera and Vitamin E is available in 25 mL (19pesos), 50 mL (32.25pesos) and 125 mL (71.50pesos). I have the 125 mL size and I bought it from Mercury Drug.


Mineral Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, Parfurm, Water.

As per tradition, Johnsons Baby Oil is known as a great after bath massage for babies. It gives a relaxing bonding experience for mommies and their respective babies. But for me, I use it as my nightly makeup remover. I pour a little amount on a cotton pad and gently rub all over my face. The makeup just easily melts within seconds.


I love this product so much!!! Johnsons and Johnsons Baby Oil Aloe Vera and Vitamin E has a light scent that is pleasant to smell. I love using this on long-wear makeup for it does the job effortlessly. It acts as a remover and moisturizer in one. I notice that it is less oily than ordinary baby oil.

What I love most about this product is that it took me less time to remove my makeup thus I am don't procrastinate much. I also use a wet wipes if and then I get very tired going to the bathroom just to wash my face.

Another use for the product is as an after-bath skin moisturizer. After I get out in the shower I put the product all over my damp skin and it absorbs quickly. It doesn't give you the irritable oily skin and just seals the moisturizer. I use this at night though instead of day for my body. I notice that in the morning my skin is really in its best condition.


  • Enriched with Vitamin E and Aloe Vera that's good for the skin,
  • Has Mineral Oil forms a silky barrier to lock in the moisture on my face area,
  • Clinically proven to be mild and gentle
  • Dermatologist and allergy tested
  • Locks in up to 10 times more moisture on wet skin
  • Soothe and relieve dry, rough patches
  • Leaves skin glowing and baby soft
  • The product lasts long


The variant, Aloe Vera and Vitamin E is hard to find. I got lucky I discovered this product in a Mercury Drug Store during my event in Caloocan.


The next time you visit your favorite beauty store make sure to grab Johnsons and Johnsons Baby Oil Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. This is the best and the cheapest makeup remover ever. The effect is just amazing and you can easily see the difference it make for your skin. I highly recommend this product to anyone because it is an all in one product.

Below are Other Uses of Baby Oil

Oil Cleansing Method. This is the most effective cleansing method for the makeup. It also removes the eye makeup fast. You can use a cotton ball for hard to reach places or a makeup pad to gently wipe until all the makeup is gone.

Makeup Brush Cleaner. Another great use of a baby is for cleaning makeup brushes. It conditions the bristles and even the makeup sponge.

Natural Conditioner. If you want a silky hair then baby oil will be the best answer. It is a natural hair conditioner because it has 98% mineral. You hair will be so soft and healthy the morning after.

Have you tried this product?! What is the current makeup remover you are using?

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