Take a very, very small amount of a lash shampoo (we recommend LASHGAME’s Eyelash Extension Foaming Cleanser) and lather it up on your palm. Apply this to both eyes, one at a time, splashing it over them. Don’t rub them like you’re washing hair though; just gently splash it over your closed eyes.
What should you not use to clean eyelash extensions?
You should never use glycerin and oil products while cleaning lashes. These products break down lash glue and cause the detachment of eyelashes. Oil products can be in the form of shampoos, eye creams, conditioners, cleansers, spray toners, moisturizers, to name a few.
Can I use CeraVe to clean my eyelash extensions?
With eyelash extensions you want to wash your face around your lashes. … I carefully remove face wash (I’ve been using CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser for years now) from all around my face without splashing my eyes. I often use a face cloth instead of rinsing my face.
What can I use instead of lash shampoo?
Opt for a foaming face cleanser or gentle face soap. You can even use baby shampoo.
Find gentle cleanser.
- Be careful with baby shampoo because it can be drying.
- You can dilute a foaming cleanser with a little water to make it gentler.
- Seek out a cleanser that is specifically designed for eyelash extensions.
Can I use Cetaphil to clean eyelash extensions?
Wash face with gentle oil-free cleanser, like Cetaphil. … Use a dilute tea tree oil cleanser to clean at the base of your lashes.
Is Garnier micellar water oil free?
Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water Mattifying is an oil free micellar water that can purify and cleanse even oil skin types.
How often should I clean my eyelash extensions?
When should you clean your lash extensions?
- Clean your lash extensions at least every other day – or every day if you’re an eye makeup wearer or have oily skin or eyelids.
- I recommend cleaning lash extensions at night to remove the days facial oils, dust, dirt and makeup.