Non-toxic waterproof lipstick remover for a kissed cat!

These answers concern removing waterproof lipstick from lips. It is the same thing as removing it from the forehead of a cat in terms of process, effectiveness and gentleness.

Coconut oil to remove waterproof lipstick on cat's forehead!

Coconut oil to remove waterproof lipstick on cat’s forehead! Image: MikeB


One option for a non-toxic waterproof lipstick remover is to use coconut oil. Coconut oil is a natural and safe ingredient that can effectively break down the oils and pigments in lipstick, making it easy to remove.

To use coconut oil as a lipstick remover, simply apply a small amount of coconut oil onto a cotton pad or cloth and gently rub it onto your lips in a circular motion. Let it sit for a few seconds to allow the oil to break down the lipstick, then wipe it away with a clean cotton pad or cloth.

Another option is to use a natural oil-based cleanser or makeup remover that is specifically formulated for removing waterproof makeup. Look for products that contain ingredients such as jojoba oil, almond oil, or avocado oil, which are gentle and nourishing for the skin.

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When choosing a lipstick remover, be sure to avoid products that contain harsh chemicals or alcohol, which can dry out and irritate the skin. Opt for natural and non-toxic ingredients instead.

Removing waterproof lipstick from a cat's forehead with coconut oil

Removing waterproof lipstick from a cat’s forehead with coconut oil. Image: DALL-E (AI computer image creator on instructions).


Coconut oil can effectively remove waterproof lipstick because it is a natural oil that has the ability to dissolve other oils and waxes. The pigments and oils in lipstick are usually difficult to remove with just water, but coconut oil can break them down and make them easier to wipe away.

When you apply coconut oil to your lips and rub it in, it starts to dissolve the lipstick and break down its pigments. It takes about 30 seconds. The oil also helps to soften and loosen any wax or other substances in the lipstick, making it easier to remove.

Once the lipstick is broken down by the coconut oil, it can be easily wiped away with a cotton pad or cloth. This process is gentle and safe for the skin, unlike some other makeup removers that contain harsh chemicals or alcohol.

Overall, coconut oil is an effective and natural way to remove waterproof lipstick without damaging or drying out your lips.


As an experiment, everything on this page except for a five-word sentence was created by an AI computer and the top image. I asked the computer (DALL-E) to make an image on this instruction: Removing lipstick from a cat’s forehead with coconut oil. For the text I asked the computer (ChatGPT) to provide text on the following two topics (1) non-toxic waterproof lipstick remover and (2) how does coconut oil remove waterproof lipstick? What do you think? Please leave a comment.

I probably could have typed the answer myself faster! ??? Only the AI computer makes zero typos.

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Michael Broad

Hi, I'm a 74-year-old retired solicitor (attorney in the US). Before qualifying I worked in many jobs including professional photography. I love nature, cats and all animals. I am concerned about their welfare. If you want to read more click here.

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