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REMOVING your make-up at the end of a long day is a far more important task then you first thought.

[undefined]Mollie King remains fresh-faced and glowing without her make-up on [Mollie King/Instagram]

While most of us will reach for a wipe and drag it across our face for quickness and ease, it turns out, that’s doing no favours for our skin.

So how should we really be taking our make-up off? And have we been doing it wrong our entire lives?

OK! Online have got in contact with a few make-up and skincare experts to see how we can best look after our skin to beat problems later in life.

Here’s what you need to think about:

[undefined]Millie Mackintosh is proof that a good skincare routine pays off [Millie Mackintosh/Instagram]

Make-up wipes are a popular choice for taking off make-up but Tanya Zahoor from Aestheticslab.co.uk says you should avoid using them.

She told us: “Always use a good cleanser to remove your make-up and avoid using wipes. 

Celebrities without make-up

Former Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby shows off her flawless skin as she goes make-up free in this beautiful selfie [Charlotte Crosby/Instagram]