Microfiber cloths

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fromstls

3 months ago

I have to admit I'm beyond impressed by these little pieces of magic! I double cleanse every night and use a fresh cloth daily to remove my oil/balm cleanser and then the face wash.

Microfiber cloths just remove everything in a breeze and leave my skin baby smooth without the slightest sign of irritation. Makeup applies much better, my skin has rarely been this clear and I …
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age30-35

skinSensitive, Fair, Neutral

hairBlond, Curly, Medium

eyesGreen


5.0
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3 months ago

I've never expected that using a washcloth will make such a difference in my skin.
I have sensitive rosacea prone skin and I can't use Clarisonic, even sensitive skin brush head it too rough for me. Usually, I double cleanse. First micellar water with cotton pads and some wash off cleanser after. Buying white washcloths made me realize that after this two-step process my skin …
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About reviewer (603 reviews)

age36-43

skinSensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral

hairBrown, Wavy, Fine

eyesHazel


5.0
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Feb/27/2018

Microfiber clothes are the best and absorb water quickly, I buy the ones from the auto section at the Dollar tree and cut them up in smaller pieces. That way, I can use a clean one every day. After I'm done washing my face, I pat my face with the cloth then very gently move my hand up and down. I don't rub the cloth on my face as that may be too harsh. You can "erase" eye …Read more

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About reviewer (86 reviews)

age30-35

skinAcne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm

hairBlack, Other, Other

eyesBrown


5.0
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Jun/03/2017

I dont know how it took me this long to come across microfiber cloths. Much as I love my full beat face, one thing I hate is removing it at the end of the day and more so because I wear long wearing, mattifying and waterproof products which are notoriously hard to remove. This makes it all a breeze! It's all gone in under a minute with just water! I'm looking forward to saving money on …Read more

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About reviewer (48 reviews)

age30-35

skinCombination, Medium Brown, Warm

hairBlack, Curly, Medium

eyesGray


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fromRSLRN

Apr/07/2016

Never thought to use a microfiber cloth as a face cloth, but picked up a few packs of these bad boys at Walmart in the automotive section for $5 for 6 cloths. Not a bad deal considering the actual face cloths were $4 per cloth. Anyway, I am pretty happy with the microfiber cloths. Haven't had any adverse reaction to using them on my face or anything. I have been using the oil cleansing …Read more

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About reviewer (46 reviews)

age25-29

skinCombination, Fair-Medium, Unknown

hairBrown, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlue


5.0
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Jan/25/2016

Bought the fluffy version at the local Dollarama instead of the typical one I'd use for cleaning my phone or other glass/screen surfaces. I figured I didn't want the exfoliation that can happen with the other style cloth since I do this already with another product and don't want to irritate my skin from over exfoliating. Basically, I soaked the cloth in warm water, wrung it out …Read more

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About reviewer (807 reviews)

age44-55

skinDry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

hairBrunette, Curly, Medium

eyesBlue


5.0
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Dec/29/2015

These work great but its easily duped.
Bought 1/4 yard of hot pink bubble fleece (aka minky fabric) from the fabric section in walmart & it removes makeup easily with plain water.
☆☆☆ I only paid 88CENTS and that was enough fabric for me,my sis, and niece.☆☆☆
I folded it up, and stitched the sides to make it double sided.
Didn't try it on mascara, but it did remove …
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About reviewer (196 reviews)

age36-43

skinCombination, Medium, Unknown

hairBrown, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBrown


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Oct/04/2015

I buy the white automotive ones from the Dollar Tree; they seem even softer. I tried the pink one from Sephora for $20 bucks, but returned it because I remembered I am not a millionaire ! From my experience and from what several gurus on YouTube have said, they are good at removing makeup, but you still need to wash your face as usual to remove dirt from your pores. I just use these when I get …Read more

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age44-55

skinOther, Unknown, Unknown

hairBrown, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBrown


3.0
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Sep/19/2015

I was using only a microfiber cloth to remove makeup for about a week. Even being gentle, it still felt harsh on my skin and my breakouts got worse. But i still use them for my body and sometimes to remove eye makeup.

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About reviewer (21 reviews)

age19-24

skinAcne-prone, Medium, Unknown

hairBlond, Unknown, Unknown

eyesGreen


5.0
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Aug/21/2015

I do not use thie pictured style of microfiber, but instead I get the gigantic white fluffy ones found in the automotive section of Dollar Tree. I find the washcloth style is just too harsh on my reactive skin but the plush style is perfection. It appears to be a dupe of the "Makeup Eraser". It works on my normal to combo oily skin (in summer), and normal to dry (in winter) sensitive …Read more

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About reviewer (63 reviews)

age36-43

skinSensitive, Fair, Neutral

hairBrunette, Straight, Fine

eyesBlue