Unlisted Brand • Norwex Microfibre Facecloth • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
These do remove all traces if makeup but they are abrasive to your skin. I have super sensitive skin and I must say, these sort of felt like I was rubbing my face off. They are the equivalent of using an abrasive face scrub so if your skin can't handle face scrubs then it won't do well with this either.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
These cloths are AMAZING! They do such a thorough job of cleaning my face that all my acne is gone! No more pesky blackheads and whiteheads plaguing me! it's so effective and so easy- just wet it, clean your face, then hang it up to dry. The way these cloths are made prevents bacteria from growing which is really assuring! They're also fantastic and removing even the toughest of waterproof makeup. The price may throw you off, but these really are worth it! You won't need to buy another skin care product ever again! I really recommend this. <3
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
These cloths were recommended to me as a replacement for proactive and I can only say that the recovery road from what I am now calling the Great Norwex Fiasco has been long and embarrassing with lots of keeping to dark shadows and careful coming of bangs over marble sized blemishes. The cloths do seem to clean and exfoliate well but they have made me somehow break out horribly. While the proactive system is long, tedious, expensive, and has bleached all my towels and sheets, I am running back to it with open arms.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Wow. Really. Just wow. I admit it is still early days for me and the Norwex microfibre face cloths, but my skin now feels as smooth as a chamois. I still havent had the courage to totally drop my cleanser, but I can see that it is time to. I have tried so many eye make up removers and cleansers and have a few that I am happy with, but I always had to navigate little problems like scent or skin dullness - and these things really bring me down.
This product makes makeup removal and cleansing a wonderful experience to look forward to! Totally clean, but not stripped. No sense of exfoliation stress on my skin, but it has been leaving my skin looking and feeling just wonderful and bright. I will update this review again - but this is looking good.
I have combination, sensitive skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
IM IN LOVE!!!! I wish more people new about these products! I have used soooo many drugstore, high end, and prescriptions to try and get rid of my acne, and these clothes are the only thing that has worked AND all you need is water!!
My favorite part is that Im lazy at night and hate washing my face, this makes it so simple, and not a 3 step skincare process. get the rag wet, wipe my face off, and done!!!
DEFINITELY my all time favorite ever
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I've been using these cloths twice a day on my face for 8 years! I've had to replace the set of three that they come in two or three times. So I guess I've worn through about 9 cloths in that time. I was just starting to wear makeup when my mom first bought these for me and I also had just started wearing contact lenses. I tagged along with my mom to a Norwex "party" at her friend's house and the host said these facecloths could be used with simply warm water as a cleanser and gentle exfoliator to remove all dirt and makeup, even mascara. I hated how oily makeup removers made my contacts blurry so I was so amazed when these cloths took off all of my makeup with just warm water and I came home with my first three pack.
For a couple years I used strictly the cloths and moisturizer twice daily as my skin care routine and that worked a treat for my young skin and light makeup. Then as I started to develop my passion for products, I started using different skincare regimes including cleansers and toners but Norwex cloths always, always remained my first step dunked in warm water and used to remove all my eye and face makeup.
I've tried using just the cloth recently (no cleanser/toner) and it's okay... I just find my skin responds better if I use cleanser in addition (looks brighter, absorbs moisture better, and holds makeup better).
My mom just bought me a fresh 3-pack and I'll be continuing to use these as long as they're available! I use Clinique three step at the moment and I begin by dunking one of these babies in warm water and taking everything off! This is a true beauty tool that I absolutely cannot live without. If you dislike eye makeup removing products, or already use a face cloth as part of your skin care ritual, give these a try instead!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight Eyes: Blue
I absolutely love these. My mom brought them over one day and said I had to try them and that they even remove waterproof mascara. I was in need of some washcloths so I thought what the heck let's try it. I was amazed. The remove face makeup no problem. The only thing is with waterproof mascara you have to rub a little hard and I try to avoid that so I use a little eye makeup remover and a lot of water and it comes off way easier. They come in a pack of 3 and let me tell you they are definitely worth it! They are so easy to wash but do NOT wash them with towels!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
These are great. They are marketed as a combo makeup remover/exfoliator, and you get 3 in a package. Norwex instructions are to wet the facecloth, rub over your face and voila it removes all your makeup. It is basically that simple. I was very skeptical but two friends bought these and love them. I use long-wearing foundation and waterproof mascara so I was doubtful but purchased anyway thinking I would return if the cloths did not remove all my makeup. Well it does remove the foundation easier than I thought, but I experimented and found I need to add just a tiny squirt of eye makeup remover (not nearly as much as I would use on a cotton pad) to the damp facecloth and it really does remove every last trace of waterproof mascara. I then still wash my face with cleanser as I have oily skin and can't get past using just the cloth and warm water for cleansing even though my two friends use just the facecloths, no cleanser. The cost is $20 for 3 large facecloths. Considering how much $ I will save on cotton pads and makeup remover, definitely worth it. My old routine was 2 saturated cotton pads, 1 for foundation, 1 for mascara. The facecloths are large enough where you can use 1 corner for each day, then toss in the wash. Just don't use fabric softener on these or they're rendered useless.