Unlisted Brand • Microfiber cloths • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||88%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I am really torn by this. I think this cloth imight be alright if used to apply a foaming cleanser with lots of water, but I use cream cleansers and need a cloth to rinse. I feel like the microfiber tugs at the skin which is obviously a no-no. Use with caution.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT.
I purchased just a regular cleaning microcloth and i found it abit too drying to use on my face because it cleaned SO well. However I use this on my body in the shower and it leaves my skin squeaky clean. I use to get the odd pimple on my back but since using this, haven't even had one.
It's also really cheap and you can just throw it in the wash or replace it for $5.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I have been using these amazing cloths for years, and I could not be happier with the results. Every time I have to use a regular washcloth because of traveling or whatnot, I can tell a huge difference in my skin. These little miracle cloths exfoliate well and are especially helpful at removing the flaky skin that I get from using a tretinoin. One of the only products I recommend to everyone.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I've always used a washcloth, so I was eager to try the microfiber cloths. I'm so glad I did! I don't wear makeup on a regular basis, but it gives me peace of mind to know that everything bad is off of my face without the use of harsh chemicals or abrasive exfoliators. I believe that you should use gentle products on your skin, and these cloths are very soft but very effective. I bought two packs of 4 at Wal-Mart for $5/pack. I found mine in the same aisle as the mops and brushes. Give them a try! If they don't work for you, use them for dusting!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought a pack of three from the automotive section in Walgreen's. It cost less than $4. I get dry skin on my nose which is a PITA to exfoliate. Wash cloths weren't helping and I'd use Buf Puf singles which work but I wanted something that didn't contain a cleanser. Heard about these cloths on MUA and am glad I bought them. I only use it when I feel the need to exfoliate (1-2 times a week). I soap up my face with my Dr. Joesoef's 10% sulfur soap or African Black soap and then gently rub with the cloth in circular motions. Dry flaky skin is replaced by smooth soft skin (absolutely no irritation). Some people mentioned irritation from the cloths. The key is to use with your face cleanser and rub gently. It's very inexpensive and easy to clean (throw in the wash but do not throw in dryer). I highly recommend giving it a try. :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
My Clarisonic couldn't do what the microfiber cloths have done for me. Yes ladies, imo the microfiber cloths have out performed my wallet-wrecking Clarisonic!!!! (which was ruining my skin, read my review for that if interested)
I know this may be kinda hard to believe, but trust me when I tell you these cloths are amazing. You have to try them to believe it.
I've noticed that i get better results when i use "dermal grade" microfiber cloths....and what i mean by this is that I've tried the ones sold for purposes other than skin care (automotive,cleaning, etc.) and those are sort of "heavy duty, extra strength" type (might not be suitable for sensitive skin), and while they might work well for others, they didn't give me the GREAT results i got when i used the microfiber cloths intended for use on skin. I think the difference arises due to the percentage of polyamide (this is the material that is woven in with polyester to create the "fibers" that grab onto dirt, oil, make-up, & dead skin cells). The ones for skincare are usually 80% polyester and 20% polyamide. I feel they do a wonderful job of exfoliating and smoothing my skin, while being softer & gentler. I purchased mine from Dollar Tree, they come packaged in a box that reads "April Bath & Shower: Microfiber Facial Cloths" and they have an assortment of cute pastel colors. I would've never known about these if it weren't for MUA. These are definitely my HG HG HG skin care item...and for only a dollar!!!! who would have thought!!! <3
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was reading about clarisonic brush..and are so tempted to buy it!!
but then I remember I have a micofiber cloth..so i think..may be they just deliver similar result?
I used it yesterday..and it cleans REALLY well..
then..Do i still need that C.brush?
Is it still worth it to pay for over $200 for that C.brush?
while these are only $1 dollor?
Can anybody tell me or pm me if you had both items?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I get these at the dollar store or HSN. I love them! They exfoilate just enough while being gentle. I use them 1x or 2x a day. They really get makeup off great!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Very absorbent, dries easily, cheap! I'd choose this over a regular wash cloth to travel with me. These plus a very light pat of olive oil afterwards have made my cheeks as smooth as a baby's bum. I make sure to wash my cloths between uses with an anti-bacterial soap.
With not a Target/Walmart/Dollar Tree in sight, I get mine from either Daiso or Banzai (Japanese home stores). I've found and tried several types available: 1) a teeny microfiber cloth, about 4x5 inches, which is really intended for the face. (Sorry MUA, they're onto you.) But it was so small that it got lost. 2) a microfiber wash towel for the body, (but I use on my face) which has one side like a normal towel, and the other side with the microfiber texture. Great for when I want to give my face a break from exfoliation. 3) a microfiber mitt for cleaning. It's not as textured as the rest. Would probably be better for lighter exfoliation for more sensitive skin, or daily use for the body. 4) A microfiber turban. Seems too rough for the face. Great for the hair though. 5) the kind for cleaning computer screens/glass. It also says microfiber, but they seem too smooth.
My favorite ones say: "Microfiber Kitchen Cloth For Kitchen." It says it's meant for getting the grease off countertops without detergent. It sure works great for getting my cleansing oil/cold cream off my face. These seem to be the softest among the microfiber cloths I've tried, though I'm going to find and try the automotive ones just to compare. I've also seen a few facial cleansing pads at Boot's, but will stick to the cheaper versions first. :P
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I've added Microfibre cloths to my clensing, & bathing routines and recommended them to my daughter who also uses them.
We use them for occasional exfoilation. We find that they are more effective than most scrubs or regular facecloths we've tried and they are dirt cheap. (I picked up 5 cloths for $2 at Canadian Tire.) We use them more gently on the face than the body.
Although the cloths are quite soft, I would use them gently on the face until you've determined what you face can tolerate. They dry much quicker than regular faceclothes and have become a staple in our bathroom.