Budget Beauty Tuesday: Editor’s Pick – Beauty 360 Soothe Facial Cleansing Cloths with Volcanic Water
I am a super fan of cleansing wipes. But, not all makeup remover towelettes are created equal. Some feel great, but they really don’t do a decent job of cleansing. Right now I’m using Beauty 360 Soothe Facial Cleansing Cloths with Volcanic Water.
Fragrance free and perfect for even the most sensitive skin, the non-irritating Soothe Facial Cleansing Cloths are infused with mineral-enriched Volcanic Water to calm and purify skin as they effortlessly remove makeup and wipe away the day. Ideal for sensitive skin. Dermatologist tested. Biodegradable.
First off, Beauty 360 Soothe Facial Cleansing Cloths with Volcanic Water are strong and work really well. They hold up to scrubbing my face with long nails and all. The best part is that they remove all traces of dirt, makeup and oil from the day.
When I’m removing makeup at the end of the day, I usually use two wipes. One to get the bulk of the makeup off, and the second for a truly cleansing my skin. For a test, I have used a third cleansing towelettes, just to see how much residue was left on my skin. And I found that my skin was really clean from just the two wipes.
I am a lazy girl at night when it comes to my skin care routine, so I really love having a great facial cleansing towelettes to use. If you have sensitive skin, Beauty 360 Soothe Facial Cleansing Cloths with Volcanic Water are ones that I was suggest that you try. I also love cleansing towelettes for travel. They can go in a carry-on because you’re not really liquid.
Pro: Sturdy, effective, non-irritating
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Volcanic Water
Cruelty Free: Yes
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