Norwex Microfibre Facecloth

Norwex Microfibre Facecloth

4.1

20 reviews

70% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.1

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.1

Price: $$$

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

Okay I have had acne for about 7 years now, and I don't feel that any product has helped out very much. Only drinking lots of water would help minimally- And then I finally tried this cloth my mom has been raving about forever. I was wary of it because using the same cloth over and over to take off my makeup seemed like it could make things worse. I was in the middle of a very bad breakout and used the cloth (it feels super nice and it's great watching all my makeup come RIGHT off) with a little splash of toner and cetaphil moisturizer. The next morning my skin felt more hydrated/softer and most importantly my acne had smoothed out considerably. Ive only used the cloth 3 times now, and my acne went from the most raised it's been in a while to almost completely flat. I'm also glowing. I almost went to a dermatologist, but now I see an exciting future for my skin with this cloth! I'm serious!!!



on 10/1/2018 12:22:00 PM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

This review is for the Norwex cloths, which come in three varieties (I own all three and am NOT a Norwex rep):
Makeup remover cloths: I like these and they do remove my non-waterproof makeup. They are OK and I would give these 3* and not repurchase. The photo in this review is of the makeup ones.
Baby cloths: I find these the easiest to use and the most useful size for makeup removal. They are a slightly rougher texture than the makeup remover cloths, yet softer on my skin and remove makeup more efficiently (more off with fewer wipes). These are 5* and a definite repurchase. FYI, these remove dance/stage makeup for my teen daughters. These are also the best size for travel.
Body cloths: these are the same material as the baby cloths, just bigger. These are a 4* and a no to repurchase because I find them too big for facial use.

I personally will be repurchasing the baby cloths and highly recommend them for removing non-waterproof makeup.

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

These are ok but as an addition to my make up removing regime and not as a replacement, the whole point of cleansing your face is so that you get all the benefits of the ingredients of the chosen cleanser just water would never cut it for me I'd feel like I'm desperately missing out and would get very bored taking my make up like this every night, so an ok thing but for me with the addition of my cleanser not with water alone, would I buy these again or highly recommend them? Short answer....No


on 8/9/2016 7:19:00 PM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I have used these cloths for over 5 years and I love them. They have saved me so much money since I haven't had to buy cleanser, make up removal, and soap for over 5 years. I also love that I can use one for a few days since they don't smell like a regular face cloth that you would normally have to change every day. They remove my mascara. The only suggestions I'd make is to not wring them out fully, keep them a bit wet and don't scrub your face. I have sensitive skin and they exfoliate, so just regularly wash your face (no scrubbing needed). Squish your eyelashes, and don't pull.

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool

Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Blue

I have dry skin and I feel like it "pulls" on my skin when I use it. I now just use it with a mild face wash like a normal washcloth. I try and used it as directed to remove my mascara. I don't like pulling the delicate skin under my eyes. I won't buy again. The Norwex cloths are made in China. At these prices, really? I think we're paying for the pyramid end of it. Next. Sigh....


on 11/1/2015 7:18:00 PM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

I specifically asked if the cloths would remove waterproof makeup and the consultant said that she didn't wear waterproof but was told that it did. I am here to tell you it does NOT...unless you take your waterproof makeup off with babyoil (like I always do) and then use the cloths. They take the oil and makeup off at that point. I feel like they dry my face out though and my face has that chafed feeling and I noticed after using the cloth for two days, my face is turning red in the spots where my skin is drying out. I tried another microfiber cloth and got the same results, so I feel that I overpaid for the product. I did keep them and gave one of them to my 18 year old daughter to keep her face clean and oil free. I plan on giving another one to my other daughter.


on 7/19/2015 2:17:00 PM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool

Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse

Eyes: Brown

Most people hear about these cloths when they attend a party at a friend's house, or when someone they know is selling them. This was not the case for me. I had never heard of the Norwex brand, and still have never attended a party; I found out about the cloths quite on accident. On a girls' weekend, a friend of mine was using one of these and showed it to me, and I was intrigued. As a nurse, I have taken microbiology, so I know that colloidal silver actually does work as an antibacterial agent. This is important to me, because I am really really SUPER "cootie-phobic" when it comes to mold, germs, funk, and general nastiness, especially when it comes to anything that is going on my face or body. I decided to go ahead and give the cloths a whirl, since the idea of using only water seemed like a great alternative for cleansing my hyper sensitive face.

The cloths are super soft, and do exactly as they claim: they remove all traces of makeup and do NOT get stinky or gross, even with repeated (hard) use, and are not rough in texture so they don't hurt your skin. My usual method of use with these cloths is to use them after I have removed my makeup with cleansing oil (and rinsed the oil off) to further cleanse and exfoliate. However, I have indeed used them to remove makeup without first using cleansing oil, and they worked perfectly. It completely removed a full face of makeup: Bobbi Brown foundation, LM setting powder, NARS blush, eyeshadow, primer, UD 24/7 eyeliner, and 2 kinds of mascara layered on top of primer. All of the makeup washed out of the cloth, and the cloth was no worse for the wear afterward. Amazing.

My *only* complaint about these cloths is that they are kinda pricey. However, if you look at the fact that you really won't have to be spending money on cleansing cloths and multiple cleansers, and that they last freaking FOREVER, it evens out. I personally think they are worth the cost and consider them an investment, and highly recommend them.

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on 11/22/2014 10:52:00 PM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I recently purchased the set of 3 Norwex make-up removal cloths for my 12 year old daughter after hearing reviews and reading the reviews here. Any time I hear of something I think I want to try, I always check it out on here first, but I don't think I've ever wrote a review myself. With that being said, I LOVE these cloths! My daughters face has been breaking out for a couple of years now. I've tried drugstore brands, Proactiv, and natural remedies/products. We have seen success with consistency, but being 12 and traveling between two parent's homes, she struggles to be consistent. I knew the theory of only using a wash cloth and warm water would appeal to her, and out of desperation to help her, I ordered the pack of 3. I got them yesterday (Friday), and immediately made her wash her face with one. Within 4 hours, I could already see the acne drying up!!! She washed again at bedtime and this morning. I also used one last night and this morning. Today my face appeared smoother, more even-toned, and not at all oily like it usually is. I'm hoping we both continue to see positive results, and I will post an update with our continued use.

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on 11/16/2014 7:16:00 PM

Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Green

THESE ARE AMAZING! I definitely advise anyone with acne-prone skin (like myself) to get these facecloths! No soap or cleanser is need; all you need it water. I am 14 and have VERY SERIOUS acne, or I did before I found out about Norwex Facecloths. In less than THREE DAYS I saw legit improvements in my acne. My acne has been horrible ever since I was 12, and these cloths were the best thing I have ever used. I have tried multiple big brand acne cleansers, and NONE of them have done what Norwex Microfibre Facecloths have done. I get acne all over my face, on my cheeks, forehead, chin, and mouth area. MOST OF MY ACNE IS GONE. I have not been using anything but my Norwex facecloth. I also use it in the shower if I breakout on my chest or back. I recommend this for anyone because trust me, they work!

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on 2/22/2014 1:34:00 PM

Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Dry, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I purchased a set of 3 of these cloths (pink, blue and green) based on the positive reviews here. I found the cloth removes surface makeup, but unlike others reviewing the product, I cannot say that they remove 'all traces of makeup' and I'm left feeling very puzzled by all the positive reviews. In fact, I don't see a difference in performance between these cloths and a $1 facecloth from the supermarket. Visually the cloth appears to remove foundation, but believe me, there's an awful lot of invisible makeup left behind on your face. Forget about using it at all to remove Double Wear, but I also find that it does not take off all traces of standard liquid/cream foundations, or even mineral powder.

My usual routine (pre Norwex) was to massage in coconut oil, wipe off with a warm damp cloth, then use a mild cleanser to finish off. After cleansing I go over my face with a cotton pad sprayed with floral water. Using the oil method followed by mild cleanser (Moo Goo milk), no residue is visible on the floral water pad after the cleansing routine - so I know I've done the job properly. With the Norwex cloth, however, I was horrified to see the colour of the floral water pad. (And I did follow the instructions by wetting the cloth thoroughly, wiping/rubbing my face, repeat a couple of times). No way do these cloths remove all makeup with just water.

I've given 2 stars only on the basis that the cloth feels nice, and has antibacterial properties (apparently). I am continuing to use the cloth in conjunction with my normal routine and as I mentioned, no different a result to a cheap facecloth. Sucked in again. (Sigh . . .)

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