One recipe only requires lemon juice, baby oil and olive oil: http://planetgreen.discovery.com/travel-outdoors/diy-travel-toiletries.html
You can also use grapeseed oil and castor oil 2:1 : http://www.essortment.com/lifestyle/homemadeeyemak_sidp.htm
You can mix cucumber oil and baby oil to remove dirt and makeup, a mix of baby oil and olive oil to remove mascara, or even just baby shampoo : http://www.sheknows.com/articles/100402
and here’s one last one, castor oil, olive oil and baby oil, similar to others but a slightly different recipe :http://www.naturalmomsblog.com/natural-skin-products-homemade-eye-makeup-remover.html
The general trends seem to be the same, I imagine it’s just proportions and what makes your skin feel good.
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Personally, I purchase jojoba oil and use it as a makeup remover. After trying various name brands, my priorities were having natural products used around the sensitive skin around my eyes. I have also tried Vitamin E oil, but find jojoba to be more effective. For heavy makeup, swipe over the eyes after washing your face.
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