Horrible! I have dry, but not sensitive skin. Burns both my skin and eyes. I used for three nights just to give it a chance, but on the morning after the third day, I have little bumps all over my chin. Not pimples- just rash like bumps. I tossed them in trash, and never going back.
I'm shocked at the other negative reviews, as I am totally addicted to these cleansing cloths and use other Olay varieties as well. I love the convenience factor of being able to thoroughly wash my face without needing a sink or mirror. The cloths take off every bit of makeup, including even waterproof mascara, and never irritate my eyes. I prefer these cloths to even high end liquid eye makeup removers, which seep into my eyes no matter how tightly I keep them closed. They also require rinsing, but Olay's cloths don't, leaving no soap residue behind. These are also an improvement on other incarnations which come dry, need to be wet and lathered, and must be rinsed off.
My skin tone tends to be uneven, with occasional red spots and breakouts. Olay's Definity line helps correct both problems, and although it is meant for more mature skin, it's never too early to start preventing aging. I also have rather sensitive skin, but these are gentle enough for me. I'm very impressed with the packaging design of the cleansing cloths, with the convenient peel off "lid" that keeps moisture in and prevents waste. Each packet is compact enough to carry in a purse, and I never travel without them. They're inexpensive, cleanse beautifully and help my skin's specific issues, earning them full marks in every catergory.
It burns my skin and eyes. I end up rinsing my eyes repeatedly to remove whatever bit of product has gotten into them and then put moisturizer on my skin to soothe the burn.
This product is NOT for sensitive skin. Painful, itchy irritation upon first swipe. I had to wash off the product immediately and was left with a few skin blotches for a few minutes.
I used this twice so far, and I feel like it made my skin blotchy. I don't wear heavy make up so that might contribute. I'll give it another chance but I would not buy it again. I'd rather try a different product.
These irritate my eyes and dont do such a good job removing my foundation. Garnier are the best ones in my opinion.
Works great to remove make-up in a hurry and doesn't leave a tight/dry feeling on my face. Fragrance is minimal and non-irritating.
Does not, however, remove eye make-up very well, and like another reviewer, burnt my eyes. Be careful!
Unlike the other reviewer, I wouldn't buy this again. It seemed to get my waterproof mascara off, with some scrubbing. Found it fine on the rest of my face; liked the textured cloth. But. The pain it causes my eyes is severe, not something I'm looking for in a makeup remover, to be sure. Intense painful stinging and burning like fire while turning my eyes red as hell. I can't or don't dare open my eyes for almost 5 minutes after using it. The only option is to wash it off IMMEDIATELY, which moves the stuff further into my eyes. It's a can't win for me. I can't believe this product is approved for use on eyes. Seriously. NOTHING has ever hurt my eyes this badly. Absolute thumbs down- and watch out!
One of the better cleansing towelettes on the market - particularly for those of us with oily / combination skin. Didn't cause breakouts and got off most of my foundation, basic eye makeup and sunscreen. Won't put a dent in waterproof mascara. The cleanser is lightly scented and my skin feels clean, not tight, after use. I would be curious to hear what those with drier skin think of this product - I have a feeling it might be drying. The towelettes themselves are quite large with a gently exfoliating surface. I'd definitely buy these again. Still looking for my holy grail, water-free, too lazy to wash my face properly cleanser.