|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I like this product. It's a facial cleansing towelette that you moisten with water and then rub to form a rich, creamy lather.
First of all, I have easily-clogged, sensitive, combination skin. When I was younger (and my skin wasn't so prone to being clogged - I swear, my skin was GORGEOUS when I was younger and it's just deteriorated D:), I used to love this cleanser. The cloths have two different textures (one per side) and they were so good at exfoliating and removing dead skin - my skin would glow after using this. Now that I'm in my late teens though, it's gotten more sensitive and clog-prone and I've found that I can't use this product anymore - it makes little whiteheads form under the surface of my skin, especially in my T-zone.
They are an EXTREMELY economical purchase though! I believe one package comes with 32(?) towelettes and because I don't usually wear any makeup, I would only need to use 1/4 of a towelette per use. This means that I could basically get 128 uses out of one package and because I only wash my face at night, one package would last about a third of the year....a pretty good deal, I'd say!
It's unfortunate that these no longer work for me because if they did, I would probably repurchase them :( Give them a try if you don't have easily clogged skin!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love these wipes! Previously I would use Ponds cleansing towelettes, but I find these to be more effective and convenient. Since these are already dry, you don't have to worry about the wipes drying out since you can just wet them whenever you are ready to use it. These are perfect for travel!
I use this every night when I'm wearing makeup and feel too tired to use my normal cleanser. These perfectly remove all my makeup and daily sebum/dirt/etc. on my face, plus they give me a thorough cleaning so that I don't have to wipe after using these like I do with pre-moistened wipes. Eye makeup such as mascara can take a little extra time to remove though, but can still be cleaned off with just the wipe.
I have oily but dehydrated skin, so these wipes left my skin nicely balanced. Overall, great makeup remover.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
The clothes and the cleanser aren't anything special, but I love to bring these with me when I travel. Because each cloth is dry with the cleanser already in the cloth, there is no worry about cleanser spillage, keeping it in a TSA approved bottle or bringing a wash cloth. They are also ultra compact. I brought them with me when I went backpacking and the cloth came in handy as a disposable body wash cloth too.
You can also get a lot cleanser out of one cloth, so I usually cut each cloth in half and use half a cloth per use.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have been using these for years and love them. These cloths remove every bit of face makeup I wear throughout the day (I use baby oil to remove my mascara first though, more gentle). It works well to remove foundation, lip stains and cheek stains, and it cleans up all traces of baby oil/mu remover residue from lashes and around eyes. Doesn't feel like sand paper, and it gets it all off. I know that each time I use this, my face will be truly clean, as I can see the makeup, etc. removed. Excellent product.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly Eyes: Blue
I love this product. Takes my makeup off, leaves my face feeling nice and smooth -- not tight. I use these at night and i am very satisfied. You can buy a four month supply at Sam's Club for a reasonable price. Absolutely the best for traveling.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
the main thing I use this for, is to remove my makeup. and it does a great job doing so. obviously, as it removes makeup, it also cleanses and moisturizes, which is really great.
the pacakiing isn't too great, as it is in a weak cheap cardboard box. but in terms of clenasing and removing makeup, its great.
I would try getting sensitive next times bcus this formula is a little too rich
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is my HG cleanser atm, and has been for going on about 5 months now. It is moisturizing enough for my sensitive, dry skin and doesn't break me out. It doesn't remove all types of mu, though, so depending on what I wear, I may have to use a mu remover cloth first. For instance, these cloths alone are not sufficient to remove Revlon PR foundation or Maybelline Full n Soft wp mascara, but they take off MAC moisturetint tm + prep and prime finishing powder just fine. Either way, they are very handy and do the job well without causing irritation or breakouts. My only complaint is the packaging, as I buy mine at Costco, so I never got a dispenser with them. I put mine in an old flushable wipe dispenser, which works okay. I am willing to put up with crappy packaging for a good product, however. Have and will continue to repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been using these Olay's daily facials on and off for a few years now, and I'm really impressed with how well they clean off my face and eye makeup (without stinging). My face is left clean and smooth, without feeling tight and dry.They lather well and are great for traveling. I don't even bother packing my travel size bottle of face wash because these towelettes take up less space and no risk of spillage. All you need is water and you have a portable face wash in your hands. I find it more economical to cut it in half; it's still enough product to clean my face. I don't use ODF everyday, as I save them mainly for travel, aside from the fact I have enough facial cleansers in my shower caddy to last me a few years. :) ODF comes with 30 towelettes in a plastic reusable container/refills for about $7.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Since nowhere sells my beloved Dove cleansing cloths, I've had to switch to Olay. First I tried the Deep Cleansing ones, only to be put off by the papery-ness of the cloths (washing one's face with paper is unpleasant). They also dried out my skin. I've only used these Hydrating cloths two days in a row, but I think I like them. They're soft yet exfoliating. My face doesn't feel tight and uncomfortable after using them. They are smaller than the Dove cloths and don't lather as well, so I doubt I can cut these in half. At least Costco has them in bulk.
I think I am going to switch to the deep cleansing cloths. I tried them again - this time using the whole cloth and not cutting it in half like I had before - and it wasn't anywhere near as drying. I am using it in combination with the Hydrating Beauty Fluid by Olay, and I am seeing better results with my blackheads. Maybe I'll come back to these in the winter. While they weren't drying, they weren't really exfoliating enough to help with my blackheads, and the Deep Cleansing cloths are. And they are also sold at Costco. =D
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been using these Olay cloths for years, ever since they came out I think. They're lovely, I've never found to urge to try any other kind (although I've tried a few different pre-wet ones, and I really prefer these). They lather really well, the scent is nice, and they're gentle on my skin (unlike the total effects ones my mom uses - those are scratchy and stiff). On my light makeup days, I can even use these to take all or almost all of my eye makeup off. I use them in the shower too. They're a little pricey, but I always get them on sale and use a coupon in addition (try save.ca if you're in Canada, they have buy one get one free coupons every few months).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I actually am just getting around to reviewing all kinds of makeup and skincare products that I have been using for a long time; this is one of them! For good reasons.
First of all, do not rely on this as your sole form of face wash if you want to really nourish your dry skin. After use, proceed with your normal face wash to give your skin a little more punch (the good kind, like antioxidants and moisturizers). In fact, SKIP using it at all if you're not wearing makeup to minimize product usage on your skin (if you are very dry like me especially).
I use it solely as a subtle exfoliator and makeup remover. And my does it remove makeup. Lather it up and gently go around your eyes and lashes for amazing makeup removing results. If you wear a lot of makeup, use two: For the eye area because you'll likely use all the product on all that makeup, making it inefficient for removing makeup on the face/forehead. And one for the rest of the face to remove foundation/blush/etc. Generally speaking, one will be plenty for both the eyes and face if you wear an average amount of makeup. I only find myself using two when I dress real flashy and wear my makeup to match. (Again, I also want to minimize product usage on very dry skin.) NOTE: The packaging comes with a plastic case to store them in. Buy the plastic case once and get the refills! That way they're sealed and easily stored.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I'm almost done my first package of these, and I'm so happy that I tried them. These do a great job of removing all my makeup (however I normally dont wear much, so I could see perhaps needing to use eye makeup remover for those heavy makeup nights), dont sting, and they are perfect for travel!
I wish I would have discovered these a few years ago, when I was still going out all the time, and crashing on a friends couch with a face full of makeup (yuck!) this would have been the perfect solution!
My skin has also cleared up some since I started using these. I cant attribute it to just this, however, but Im sure it has played a small part.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
ive used these on and off for a few years. they are great for my acne-prone skin because they remove all of my makeup and provide gentle manual exfoliation without irritation or dryness. i dont know how people are able to wash their entire face with 1/2 of a cloth--i have to use 2 whole ones to fully take my makeup off! i always come back to these and probably shouldnt stray anymore.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really wanted to like these. The overall concept was great: a product that replaces your face wash and toner with a nice lather and pleasant smell. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be hydrating actually made my skin tight, dry, and itchy. It is very weird, but I think these actually are the reason why my skin is now extremely dry (with really rough patches all over). Overall, these did nothing for my skin but make it worse (perhaps the perfume in them did not agree with my skin). I also did not like the fact that once the package was open, it could not be sealed again. I do not think I am going to finish the pack (I've only used them five times), but instead give these to my sister and find something that will hopefully get my skin back to normal. I will not be purchasing these again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I tried this after reading all the rave reviews here, and boy was that a good decision! I didn't really expect them to foam up as much as they did, so I cut them in half and now they'll last twice as long while giving the same results. These have quickly become my favourite cleanser 1) b/c the packaging is easy to use and it stays clean without and spills 2) b/c they leave your skin with that squeaky clean feeling minus the dry/itchy/sensitive spots you see with most cleansers. I've found an HG!!!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This is my favorite nighttime cleanser. I love using disposable washcloths because it is so hygienic and convenient. I have very sensitive acne-prone skin and this also provides the right amount of exfoliation. Removes all makeup. I follow-up with LM Rich Hydrating water as a toner and my skin feels amazing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This actually was really hydrating, but they broke me out. I like the smell and texture of the cloths. They removed makeup well and left me feeling very exfoliated. I just wish I didn't break out. My skin usually isn't sensitive at all.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
I have been using these since they appeared on the market. They remove every trace of makeup -- even eye makeup without stinging! I've learned that a couple drops of water are enough to hydrate the cloth for a good, thick foam. If you hold it under the faucet too long you're just washing away the product. I've kept the same refillable case that holds 30 cloths and I buy the double packs (60 count) at Wal-Mart for a little under $10. I can't argue with spending $5 a month for nighttime cleansing and makeup removal.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I used these when they first came out, and I liked them, but I had switched to Lancome's Mousse Clarte. I'm very dry, and I can no longer use the Mousse Clarte, so I went back to the Olay Daily Facials, and I wish I would've never stopped using them. I love that I don't have to use an eye make-up remover, and my skin feels clean, but not tight. My only complaint is that they're pricey for a drugstore brand. My Lancome cleanser lasted me almost a year, but these have to be replenished monthly. I get them at Wal-Mart for $5.88, and I have yet to check if Sam's Club has a value pack. I read that some reviewers cut them in half or quarters, so I will try that to see if it will work for me.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Drying, drying, drying. Not for me. Too bad, great idea.