I've tried many brands of muslin cloths, from cheap no-names right through to higher-prices ones like these and Eve Lom's, and these Liz Earle ones are by far the best quality in my opinion.
The weave is such that they are very gentle, yet incredibly effective at exfoliating. I can comfortably use mine twice daily with my regular cleanser it my skin looks lovely and shiny, without becoming sensitive.
Other brands of muslin cloth don't last as long as these for me. Being a man and having stubble (even immediately after shaving) muslin cloths tend to fray quite quickly, but these easily last me a few months, so are excellent value.
These are very good quality muslin cloths, I wouldn't think they would make a difference but since I've been using them my skin has looked a lot more better, it helps to exfoilate and improve circulation, I use this with my cleanser and I go round in circular motions to exfoilate my skin is left smooth and very clean, when I use a toner afterwards my skin is super clean no dirt, then I finish with a moisturiser, these are excellent muslin cloths, I just wish liz earle did the delivery price cheaper.
God, I LOVE this stuff. I had a few minor acne bumps along my jaw line, and with this it gently exfoliated my skin everyday. After a month I noticed the difference in my skin's texture from a little gritty to smooth. After I stopped using it, the little bumps were back. This works beautifully on any skin type.
i like the way of cleaning my face with a cloth but everytime i wash them in the washing machine they seem to get softer and their effect of cleaning my pores deeply getting less and less
I bought a pack of these when I bought my cleanse and polish, and I was surprised at how soft they were. I thought that since they are supposed to be exfoliating that they would be a tad...rougher or something.
I make sure that they are completely wet in hand hot water and then I place over my face and then proceed to run in small circles everywhere and rinse, then wipe and repeat til I feel that Ive gotten off all my makeup and had enough. Then splash with cold water!
I rinse them out really well and hang them over my towel rack (which is heated) so that they are dry by the next morning.
I have had no issues with the cloths getting stained, I just rinse really well every evening, dry them, then wash them all once a week with the rest of my towels in hot water, no fabric softener though or it will get too soft and hinder the absorbency of your towels.
Only muslin cloth i ever used, but very happy with the results. Good exfoliation, but not too rough on the skin.
These are kind of expensive but I keep buying them because I it's worth it. These cloths are great. They provide just the right amount of exfoliation. I noticed a difference when I first started using these and I really think you can use almost any cleanser as long as you use a good washcloth. I've noticed that no matter what cleanser I use (and I've tried many!) the performance of the cleanser is boosted with these cloths. So simple but it works for me. I rotate between two cloths: I'll use one for night time (when i have makeup on my face) and a second one for the morning (when my face is clean). I keep both cloths hanging in my bathroom, and when I feel the nighttime cloth gets too dirty/old (every few months), I open a new cloth and use that new one as my clean/morning cloth, and then start using my old morning cloth as my nighttime cloth. To keep them clean, I don't put them in the washing machine- I feel like they're likely to come out dirtier than they went in (mixing with all that yucky laundry water and harsh detergent? No thanks), so I just hand wash them with antibacterial soap. I've heard boiling them in hot water is good too but haven't tried it.
Best muslin cloths I've used. They get the texture balance just right, being neither too smooth nor too abrasive. They are a generous but manageable size and I find them to wash well. I use a different one each day (I bought the pack of six, plus had spares supplied with the cleanser), and chuck them in the wash at the end of the week (40 degree cycle; no fabric conditioner; allowing to air dry.)
My skin truly does feel smoother and cleaner after using these, so I consider them an investment as I don't feel the need to buy additional exfoliating products. I also find they make any cream cleanser work harder - I sometimes like to use them with the Purity Organic cleanser (£5ish from Superdrug and Holland&Barrett in the UK) as a change from the Liz Earle cleanser. (In fact, I suspect that the reason that the LE Cleanse and Polish works so well is largely down to the cloth!)
Muslin Clothes are great but I cannot see any difference between these and Superdrug Hot Cloth Cleanser (where they are attached) and its dead cheap there...
I have bought loads of these over the years and they have lasted me well. I use them for everything and they've been washed and washed and are still going strong.