Unlisted Brand • Microfiber cloths • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||88%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
awesome use for a microfiber cloth! thank you MUA! my skin is soooo soft and smooth. i've been using it for about 5 days, twice a day (i've got tough skin that's really used to exfoliation) and my blackheads aren't totally gone but they are 95% gone from my chin and much smaller and less noticable on my nose. the biggest thing though is how soft my cheeks are. between this and PC @%bha liquid, i am definetly on the way to smooth, soft, clear, glowing skin! despite reading all the reviews here and knowing i needed to be gentle, it feels like nothing is happening so i did over-do it slightly the first time i used mine and had redness for a bit, but that was it. so please for anyone who's thinking of trying this, listen to the reviews- YOU NEED TO BE GENTLE! it doesn't feel like anything it happening but it definetly is!
10/26- my skin has NEVER been so soft and my makeup glides on like buttah. i haven't used an actual scrub product since starting using this twice a day. HG.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Well, I never thought of using this on my face until i found this site, so big thanks ^___^
I really love this, it's so cheap yet provides a wonderful effect on the skin; makes it clean, soft and radiant. Flakes are gone without using some expensive exfoliator, without drying my skin out!
I'm really surprised but it does work. My skin felt better from the first day I tried it.
Definately worth to try.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I'm really kicking myself for not trying microfiber cloths sooner. I've always had problematic skin-- oily, acne prone, large pores on cheeks, prone to flakes and lingering red marks after acne... extremely hard to manage. I thought I had to choose between flaky/peely skin or broken out skin. I didn't realize it, but I was relying too heavily on topicals.
I'm so glad I took the chance because I now *love* these microfiber cloths and what they do for my skin. No more peeling, flakes are down to a minimum, and my skin is clearing all those tiny clogs that are so hard to get rid of. My pink marks are fading too, and overall I think my skin looks the best it has in years. I saw improvement in 2 weeks, and I'm still seeing improvements after 6 weeks.
My new routine is: wash with microfiber cloth and a dab of cleanser morning and night, spot treat with Neutrogena Acne Stress Control 3-in-1 gel (another great product IMO!) and apply Diacneal all over every third night. The key is to be very gentle because you're getting more exfoliation than you might think.
I bought my cloths, 8 for $5, in the Wal-Mart auto section. For such a small investment, it's worth trying!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Wow, read the review a few weeks ago...stole a cloth from my kitchen stash....feel kinda funny using a cloth that can be used to clean cars and dishes...but they work....I had rough patches on my cheeks that wouldnt go away even w/ exfoliating masks, scrubs, etc...but after using the cloths daily my skin is smooth and soft...its not a miracle worker doesnt magically get rid of acne or trouble spots..but its definitely a keeper...
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
saw the review here a few days ago and remembered i had a couple i use for dusting. had to try immediately. i am a ppp with mild roseacea. overdid it the first time and got red and irritated. calmed down with aveeno calming lotion and started over the next day by going over face ONCE avoiding the eye area completely. i did specifically and gently go over my nose again for just a second but no need for that again as what a difference and little blackheads gone! the operative word here is gentleness. these cloths are soft and that is deceiving! this morning used it in the shower for the whole body. much smoother for sure. little kerotosis things women tend to get on the arms and shoulders pretty much gone. grains could never do this! now am wondering how to proceed. is this an everyday thing to do? will use once a day and see how it goes. truly feel twice a day is overkill (read irritating). edit- had to stop using this fairly soon after beginning as it was irritating to face and upper body .
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Green
What a great idea! I read reviews and decided to try using these microfiber cloths for cleaning my makeup off in the evenings. (I purchased several packages at Rite Aid in the Auto isle) They work extremely well and are lovely and gentle on my super sensitive skin! I find it very relaxing to use and my skin definitely seems cleaner and less congested than usual. Wonderful!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
These are fabulous!! Thank you MUA!! I brought a large cloth which I cut into four from the supermarket-it cost NZ$4 so a total bargain. These cleanse your skin like nothing else. I wipe gently across my face and rub small circles across my nose and it cleans fantastically. Blackheads I have had for ages are starting to clear and your pores look smaller after cleaning. I use microfibre cloths with cleanser at night, and in the morning I can skip the cleanser-yep that's right and I have normal-oily skin,
They're also fantastic for removing fake tan splotches around knees, feet and elbows and you could use them all over to exfoliate. They remove eye makeup with no makeup remover too.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I kept seeing the reviews on MUA and figured I had to give it a go. We have 2 huge packages of microfiber cloths that DH bought at Costco, I believe to use when washing the cars. I started using them to clean my leather boots, and for other odd purposes, such as washing allergens out of my horses' eyes. Then, you all got my attention. I started to think about it, and realized that the JI Magic Mitt I have is probably microfiber. I really like it, so I thought I'd try some of our regular cloths.
I've been using the microfiber cloth about 3 weeks now, at night to wash off my makeup. I use the Clarisonic in the shower in the am, and really like the way it cleans. But the softness of my skin is wonderful after using the cloth. I just took off my makeup and washed my face with the cloth so that I could apply an aspirin mask. After I washed and dried my face (but before applying the mask), I kept touching my skin and marveling at how soft it was. This one's a real keeper! Thanks MUAers!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Someone purchased "Buff Me Beautiful" microfiber cloths for me one year as a Christmas gift. I tried them the first few times and really HATED them. They irritated my skin, esp. around my eyes and eyebrows (rubbed them raw). I figured maybe I was pressing too hard, so I gave them another try and they really work well at taking off eye makeup--even waterproof (even MAXFactor waterproof!!)--and you don't need to scrub. I don't know how they work, but the cloths really do swipe any makeup right off--from Revlon's ColorStay to Victoria's Secret Sweet Talk Ultra-sticky lipgloss. I toss mine in the washing machine with my clothes are they're clean and as good as new. I wouldn't repurchase only because I didn't purchase them the first time. :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Thank you MUA women!!! I love this place! Microfiber clothes from the automotive section at Target pads! two sided foam cushiony(is that a word?) 4 to a pack for 3.95! My skin is cleaner, smoother, and blackheads on the nose are going bye, bye! 44 years and this was the answer! Thank you to the reviewer who warned not to be too heavy handed as the clean gently but more effectively than one might think. Love these! This and cold process natural soaps and shea butter have replaced probably a lifetimes worth of skin products that could have been a hefty down payment on a house! Much recommended! I have pre rosecea and gentle exfoliation is key and this does the trick! Try these! I love the little round pads more than the cloths, but thats just a personal preference! And like someone else mentioned don't use fabric softener when washing, build up! P.S. Vinegar in a downey bowl is the best natural fabric softener and removes all laundry detergent soap scum, and makes clothes so soft and no it does not leave a smell. You can also add essentail oils to the vinegar if one wishes. Hope this review helps!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Me and my friendster were reading reviews on this one day, and i was like "hey i have one of these that came with my TV" so i decided to give it a shot. I used the ones that look almost like suede, and WOW...they are awesome! They make your skin super soft, and i swear it like erases my pores...ive got pretty big pores on my cheeks, and it makes them look a lot smaller. Very niiice
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Wow! What a terrific product! Thank you, MUA, for telling me about this. Who would have thought these cloths would work so well? Certainly not moi!
OK, so after reading all of these terrific reviews, I went to the hardware store and bought one blue cloth for $2.99. I wanted to give it a try, yet, at the time felt this would be a longshot. Yeah, I was wrong. This cloth gives me terrific exfoliation and a "buffed" look to my skin. It reminds me of the skin I had as a kid. It is important to not tug on your skin and use a gentle touch, but if you use it everyday, as I do, light exfoliation is all you need. I have since gone back to the store for more cloths and will continue to use them forever. Like other reviewers, I have no need for extra cleansers when I use this cloth. I wash with water and then move right to my moisturizer. I don't wear heavy makeup, so I cannot attest to the efficacy of the cloths with heavy eye makeup, but I wouldn't be surprised if the cloths mean less tugging and cleansers. Thank you to every single reviewer before me. This is really a stellar idea!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Upon reading other reviews, I knew I had to try this. I never even used to use a face cloth, I would just splash water on my face to remove my cleanser. So I knew this would be a big change. I found some microfiber clothes at the local dollar store, so I figured I would give them a shot. Best thing I've ever done for my skin!! I used to spend a fair bit of money on exfoliators, since I constantly felt like my skin had a dull look to it. I may never need to use an exfoliator again!!! My skin has NEVER been this soft and smooth feeling. Plus, the microfiber feels really gentle on my face. I don't even realize how good of a job it's doing sloughing off my old dead skin. I've been using my facecloth for about the last 2 weeke and my skin has never looked better. Try it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Hazel
After reading the great reviews here, I thought I needed to try this out.
I purchased a 6 pack of perfect size, bright washcloths from the Asian Market. (No "man" colors here!)They are a soft microfiber and the colors were light pink,light blue, vibrant orange,green, fuschia, and bright blue. I got all of them for around 4 dollars (USD)
The first time I used them, I over did it. It is easy to do because they are so soft! I accidentally rubbed a bit to much on my t-zone and the next day I was very dry. I should have read more and saw that you should have a light hand while using these cloths. Ever since then, they work great to take off makeup with a gentle cleanser.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I read about microfiber cloths on makeupalley's home page - thank you so much MUA! Did have some trouble finding these things. To start, I used a cloth that my boyfriend had laying around that came w/ his new eyeglasses. Worked fine but cloth was really too small.
While walking around Manhattan recently I walked by this upscale hardware/ home store named Basics Plus (they have quite a few Manhattan locations). Really nice store. I found these beautifully colored cloths manufactured by Casabella called Stainless Steel Magnet Cloth, 12"x14". Cost: $5.99. Would highly recommend - it's like giving yourself a facial, really.
I've always have had good skin but using this cloths in a short time I've seen improvement and clarity. Your skin becomes so seductively smooth that putting makeup on is like applying lotion to a baby's ass. I swear!
P.S. Use cloth w/ cleanser for mild dermabrasion w/ mild slip. Use cloth w/ just water if you want "more grab" for certain difficult facial areas - for me, it's around my nose.
P.S.S.: Also try cleaning your ears w/ these - works so well, and it leaves you feeling so clean!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
There isn't too much to add to the other reviews other than to say that I have a clarisonic and this blows it away for me! I don't know what my skin's deal is, but it loves to flake and even my Clarisonic couldn't keep up. I would use it and then rub my skin with my hands and flakes would come off all over.
Then I discovered these (thanks to MUA of course) and those days are behind me. One try and the flakes are GONE. Period. How can it be that easy??
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
My mother in law gave me a baggie of goodies for mother day a year and a half ago. There was one of these facial cloths in the bag and I've been using them since. I know my original one came from a dollar store so ladies check out your local dollar stores too. I've since just bought them from the auto section of Walmart or Target just like everyone else. Does a great job of exfoliating and keeping skin smooth. I use mine every morning...just damp with warm water, no soap/cleanser. I've gotta remember to start writing reviews for things other than makeup and skincare products!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Thanks MUA'ers! I just bought a pack of these at Walmart today and used for the first time tonight. I am impressed! My face felt cleaner, and had a smooth texture and nice appearance after only one use!
I also used one to clean the bathroom and they work really well in the shower-cleaning tile and fixtures, they get nice and shiny.
For those concerned about using this daily, try switching off between this and using a baby washcloth. You can get a pack of 8 for about $5.00. They are smaller than a regular washcloth, but they get the job done if you're only using it for your face. They are much more gentle than a standard washcloth.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I'd never have thought to use these things if it weren't for MUA! I picked up a pack of eight for about $4 at a Canadian Tire, in the automotive section, and have been using them for two purposes: to exfoliate my face gently (works better than any heavy duty AND daily scrub I've ever tried) as well as to dry my hair quicker. Goodness... these babies are amazing! My skin is baby soft, and so clean, without redness or irritation. I've got to say that these are my favorite MUA discovery, after all these years.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Who would have thought that I'd get such a deal from the auto section at Target? I picked up a 3 pack of these for I believe $4 or so. I went ahead and washed my face as usual & applied my Aveda Tourmaline mask. I decided to remove it using one of the microfiber cloths soaked in lukewarm water. A few swipes and....whoa....whose baby face is this?! Every last bit of mask was sucked up into the cloth and my face looked & felt so soft and smooth. I really think this cloth is helping with pore size & texture. I use it every night after I wash my face. Whoever discovered these little gems, I'd like to shake your hand and buy you a drink! Definitely the best "non-beauty beauty" item I've found in a long time.