No matter how tired you feel, you should always—say it with us—remove your makeup before going to bed! But you can't just use any makeup remover; you have to consider your skin type too, or you could end up irritating or drying it out.
Your skin doesn't produce enough oil and you have a few dry patches.
Makeup remover: Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil, P1,650, Rustan's The Beauty Source
This gentle cleansing oil can take on heavy-duty foundations and waterproof mascaras. Once you rinse it with water, there won't be any residue left.
You barely have any skin issues because everything is balanced.
Makeup remover: Banila Co. Clean It Zero, P890, Landmark Trinoma
We're not fans of scooping out product from jars, but we're making an exception for this cult fave because it comes with a spatula!
You have an oily T-zone and dry cheeks.
Makeup remover: Nuxe Reve De Miel Face Cleansing And Makeup Removing Gel, P875, Beauty Bar
The indulgent feel of the makeup remover will relax your senses, and since it's a makeup remover and cleanser in one, you'll be able to cut down the time on your regimen.
No matter how many blotting sheets you use, your skin just doesn't stop producing oil.
Makeup remover: VMV Hypoallergenics Oil-Free Quick & Complete Makeup Remover, P945, Robinsons Galleria
With anti-oxidants and hydrating ingredients, this makeup remover won't dry out your skin. Instead, it will leave it soft, refreshed, and protected.
You're meticulous when it comes to your skincare products because one wrong ingredient and you break out into rashes or acne.
Makeup remover: Simple Micellar Water, P499, Watsons
Gentle yet thorough, Simple's version will leave your skin fresh and hydrated.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.