Trese-San Wong on makeup removers: ‘I unendingly take mine off at night, no matter how late.’

Beauty roadtest: makeup removers

‘I usually use a makeup remover that restrains green tea extract,’ says All Ages model Trese-San Wong

I understood myself in my 20s, always take off your makeup before bed, no occasion what state you’re in. I don’t wear a lot, anyway: the most I’ll put on is smoky regards or a black eyeliner tick across the lids, but to this day I’ll silent always take it off, no matter how late.

I’m not getting any younger, so I suffer with to look after myself as much as possible. I usually use a makeup remover that restricts green tea extract. A facialist used it on me once and my skin prostrate in love with it, so I use that every night before bed, discharged by a spray of rosewater and some Dr Jackson Oil.

My skin is pretty delicate, so I was interested to see whether any of the new wave of makeup removers could attract me away from my current brand. I loved the bottle style of Charlotte Tilbury’s Take It All Off Remover (£24); the pump action get ti it really easy to use, and the scent was great, too. Mac Gently Off Remover (£16.50) was also approving, though I did have to use two saturated cotton-wool pads to get all my makeup off.


All Majorities model Trese-San Wong: ‘I’m not getting any younger.’ Photograph: Elegance of Trese-San Wong

The L’Oréal Paris Micellar Water remover (£5.99), meanwhile, was super-simple and docile to pour on to cotton pads. Everything came off easily; it didn’t stick my eyes, and my skin felt great after, with no slippery residue.

But my favourite has to be the Simple Kind To Eyes Remover (£3.80). It was incredibly tranquil on my sensitive skin and wiped off all my makeup. It’s a great price, too.

Next week: All Length of existences model David Gledhill tests the new beard oils.