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Make up wipes

Frostingggg

Do you use makeup wipes?
Oct 01, 2020 @ 11:03 am

6 Replies


Darknova501

Yes

I use the Walmart equate makeup wipes, they don't break me out like the Costco Kirkland makeup wipes.
Nov 27, 2020 @ 07:44 pm
fredamans

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The best wipes are Olay daily cloths. You can get a bargain at Shoppers usually for a double pack for $15-$20. It lasts 2 months.
Nov 28, 2020 @ 11:13 am
TheLittleChikk

No.

I don't use makeup wipes- I find them to just smear around product and you have to really rub at your face to remove product. They're also pretty bad for the environment. Oil cleansers are nicer to use for the skin and the environment!
Nov 28, 2020 @ 01:19 pm
Sherri4g

No

I have some. They were gifts, wins, gifts with purchases, or old ones. I use them for emergency clean ups, like when I am stuck when travelling or out on a hot day and I feel SUPER gross and have no other option. But I don't buy them purposefully and not for removing makeup.

Even the ones that do work to remove makeup take a lot of rubbing and that is not good for your skin. You may not see or feel the effects now, but it will catch up with you. Most don't work well though, they leave stuff behind and you end up having to wash anyway.

The best way to remove makeup and wash up is to double cleanse with a good balm or oil product, followed by a water based cleanser. There are tons of good options in all categories at all price points. If you want a makeup remover only, I suggest micellar water and reusable cotton rounds. My favorite micellar water is Bioderma Sensibio, but there are also many out there, and they go on sale all the time. Reusable cotton rounds are everywhere too and can be washed in a laundry bag in the washing machine.
Nov 30, 2020 @ 12:48 pm
henam

Make up eraser

I find the makeup eraser works well for me. Bought mine from sephora and you can can clean it by putting it in the laundry.
Nov 30, 2020 @ 06:19 pm
nicolletiti

Makeup wipes

No.... not sure if they can make them more environmentally friendly but if they did I probably would.
Nov 30, 2020 @ 06:53 pm

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