LOVE LOVE LOVE these make up towels. When im feeling lazy lol and i dont want to wash my face these wipes take off my makeup perfectly, just if I had washed my face. I found my HG make up remover!
I absolutely hated these wipes. I used them to take my makeup off before cleansing with my Clarisonic. It took so much scrubbing to get my foundation, mascara (NOT waterproof), and eyeshadow off and even then, there would still be so much left behind. If you are looking to use these wipes as an easy way to take off your makeup on those nights when you don't feel like cleansing afterwords, you will be disappointed by these. Spend an extra dollar or two and get yourself the Neutrogena wipes--they get all of my makeup off with no scrubbing. I would not repurchase or recommend these wipes.
I have these in my travel bag and these are great when visiting friends and relatives. I hate gumming up other people's washcloths with makeup. I do find it best to wipe my face down first with these, then to add a bit of soap and water to finish the job right. A quick splash to rinse and you are good to go and the towelette goes right in the trash instead of hanging around the guest bath like a washcloth would.
I absolutely love these makeup remover wipes. I have tried other brands, but they are not nearly as effective or efficient. I would definitely buy more and more and more of these once I run out! The only issue is the packaging. Sometimes, you have to put them in a ziplock bag to keep them fresh. But it's alright because they only dry out if it takes you a while to go through them.
I was recommended this brand by my best friend, so I expected amazing results. I generally use the Equate brand ones, and I'm switching back. Bare in mind I use this on Revlon Colorstay foundation. I've been using them for a few weeks, noticing that I'm breaking out a little more than usual. I started swiping my face with a liquid makeup remover to see if the towelettes were doing their job. Apparently not. It certainly does foam up more, but not as effective in removing all the residue. Disappointed. Gave the rest to my friend.
I was not crazy about this product personally. I love Clean and Clear's wipes and I had problems with the Neutrogena (the original, just tried the oil free and I love them). When I finished my Clean and Clear wipes I decided to try something new and came across these. They are extremely moist and smell okay but they aren't fantastic at taking your eye make up off, i.e mascara and eyeliner. I had to wipe for a very long time in order to just get a bit of eyeliner off (no mascara that day) and it stung my eyes. I think these would be good for people who just want a little refresher throughout the day, since it does feel good against your skin, but not for people who want something that will remove ALL of their makeup with ease.
These are great! They remove makeup and leave the skin feeling clean and refreshed.
These KILLED my face. My face has never hurt this much or been this red before...even during my absolute worst sunburn. I don't even have sensitive skin- I have used benzoyl peroxide and retin a in the past, both with no problems. I don't know what ingredient in this caused me so much harm, but after one use my entire face was on absolute fire, even though I washed it off (with a cerave, a very gentle cleanser) afterwards! The pain subsided the next day, but I was red for several days afterward. They did seem to do a good job of taking off my makeup. Obviously most people haven't had any problems, but I would definitely suggest patch testing these before using them on your whole face.
I LOVE this brand of wipes, and I've used all kinds! This seems to be the only one made with the softest material and a lot of other brands out there (Neutrogena, I'm looking at you!) seem to use cheap material because they irritate my skin, almost as if I'm wiping my face with a sheet full of thumb tacts.
Anyway, I think it's great for removing any kind of face make up and it doesn't leave any kind of greasy residue which is a big thing for me as I am quite acne-proned. However I definitely recommend adding an oil base make up remover to it for around the eyes as you do end up fighting to remove mascara and eyeliner.
$5 in most drugstores and it comes with 30 sheets. Definitely cheap.
Enh...It isn't my favorite packaging as it doesn't have the fancy plastic device on the top to prevent the product from drying up. It closes up by way of glue which does wear out after constant contact with moisture from the wipes!
Definitely! Always have and most likely always will!
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Just go out and buy it!
These are the best wipes I've used thus far. They're effective at removing makeup (as effective as the MAC wipes or the Neutrogena wipes), they don't irritate my skin or my eyes, and they don't leave a greasy residue. The best part is they're cheap and can be purchased at many stores! I recently bought the Neutrogena wipes to compare and I'm not impressed. The Neutrogena wipes aren't textured, leave a greasy residue, and cost more. I had to wash my face after using the Neutrogena wipes because I could not stand how my face felt after using them. The one thing I DO wish the Ponds wipes would improve on is the packaging. They should sell a plastic container to put the refills in because the adhesive on the packaging wears off. Otherwise, I LOVE this product and will repurchase it after I get rid of the Neutrogena ones. -- Ponds Cleansing Towelettes 30 ct. are about $3-$4 and Neutrogena Makeup Remover Towelettes 25 ct. are about $5-$7 for the refill pack and $6-$8 for the plastic container pack.