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on 6/17/2009 7:16:00 PM
More reviews by aguadora
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
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
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 5/27/2009 3:53:00 PM
More reviews by Purrceyz
Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
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.
on 5/2/2009 10:34:00 AM
More reviews by tinkerrbelle
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm
Hair: Blond, Other, Fine
They wash up well in the machine but don't put them in the drier, as they loose all their soft microfibre if you do :( They will easily dry very quickly hung on a line so there is no need for a drier anyway. I use microfibre cloths everyday as they feel more gentle on my face than washcloths which are a bit rough on my skin and make it look blotchy. I use a clean one each day as they are easy to wash with the towels in the machine.
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 4/10/2009 7:40:00 AM
More reviews by modernaire
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Maybe I just couldn't figure out how to use this, but this didn't do any good. I bought one for exfoliation purposes. I put foaming cleanser on, and gently went over my face with the cloth. but it was too rough. It didn't glide like I hoped it would, even with lots of cleanser on my face. I could have gotten a much better result with an exfoliating cleanser. Thank goodness I can still use them for different purposes around the house, but I won't be using them on myself again.
on 4/1/2009 9:57:00 AM
More reviews by nailbunny
Hair: Red, Curly, Medium
I use two types of microfibre cloths for different skincare uses:I use a Vitek type (orange ones at Waitrose), that is like the IKEA microfibre blanket thickness or some stuffed animals usually for babies are made of this type. I use the Vitek type, wet with toner, to gently wipe off my cleansing milk. Doesn't bother my extremely sensitive Rosacea/Perioral Dermatitis prone skin. In fact, it feels so much softer and gentler than cotton wool pads!I use a thinner one that is meant for cleaning windows (85%polyester/15%polyamide) to pat my face dry after applying spray-on toner to close my pores. It dries completely with the gentlest of pats, even at hairline.These cloths have completely transformed my regime because I no longer have to use any exfoliants/scrubs. HG!!!
7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
on 3/21/2009 1:46:00 PM
More reviews by camilla8
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine
I'm not sure what all the hype is about with these. I was so excited when I bought them, but after several uses, I see no real difference in my skin. They didn't do anything bad, but they didn't work wonders on my skin like most of the reviews here. A little disappointed, but these cloths are great for other uses around the house so not a total loss!
on 3/21/2009 1:40:00 PM
More reviews by Boudiboudou1234
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This did nothing for me. In fact, my skin condition worsened after a week of use (once a day, at night with LRP gel cleanser).It does exfoliate very well but left me with pimples and lots of flakes. I'm def going back to my sugar scrub. Guess it's just too harsh for my sensitive combo skin.
on 3/3/2009 9:15:00 PM
More reviews by tennis4life
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
So I've only used these once, but they left my cheeks sooo red. My cheeks are the most sensitive area of my face, so it could just be me or maybe i scrubbed too hard. It didn't feel any different than a wash cloth to me. I'm kind of scared to try again, but I'll definitely be gentler. They did feel nice when washing my face and my face felt clean, so that's a plus. I got mine at Dollar Tree, two for a dollar, and they had a ton of cute colors (pastel purple and blue, lime green). Maybe not the best for sensitive skin but give it a try. EDIT: So a day later, all the redness went away and my face definitely did feel smoother, so I guess microfiber cloths are great for exfoliation! If you have sensitive skin, be gentle though. The little bumps on my cheeks have definitely lessened and this was the only thing I've changed to my regimen (if you can call it that). I don't like redness though, so I will use just a couple of times a week.
on 3/3/2009 4:17:00 PM
More reviews by Yushimi
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
I use these to remove my nail polish (Especially those though to remove sparkles >:( lolz) They do wonders! I shall start using them for my face because it seems like a lot of MUAers are loving that way of using these babies :)Thanks again MUA.
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 3/3/2009 4:11:00 PM
More reviews by ChildOfTheMoon
First of all let me tell you that this is not one of those life-changing beauty products (if there's such a thing), but it's cheaper and greener than some alternatives, like cotton balls and more effective than standard towels. I use it in conjunction with Oil Cleansing Method, to remove last traces of makeup, or just to dry my face. In first two cases, I rinse the cloth in hot water, squeeze out excess water, and wipe my face with it. Microfiber cloth feels very soft and gentle, but absorbs and wipes impressively. It can't replace face scrubs or scrub glove, though. It's not exfoliating enough for my combination skin. But it did manage to become part of my daily routine and it serves an important purpose. 5 lippies all the way!
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