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Facial wipes for removing make-up

(15 Posts)
MrsFreedy Tue 12-Jul-11 12:15:24

Can anyone recommend facial wipes that actually removes all make up as I find them some of them don't remove all of my eye-make-up.

MrsMeow Tue 12-Jul-11 12:25:43

I used to swear by the Soap & Glory ones, they're brilliant for removing eye makeup. But then I bought DD some Skin Therapy ones from Wilkinsons and used them when I unexpectedly ran out of mine. They are fantastic! They're 2 packs for £1 and come in a few different ranges, sensitive skin, 3 in 1 etc. Definitely worth a try smile

AmazingDisgrace Tue 12-Jul-11 12:32:03

Norwegian Formula ones are very good, even manage to take off my waterproof mascara

lou33 Tue 12-Jul-11 12:40:00

I use baby wipes

Bunbaker Tue 12-Jul-11 12:47:22

All the beauty articles I have ever read have said that facial wipes are OK for occasional use, but don't cleanse deep down the way a facial cleanser does. I just use a cheap cleanser with a dampened Bodyshop face cloth to remove makeup and it works very well. I just use wipes on holiday.

miche8 Tue 12-Jul-11 12:50:54

i've never found they really remove all my makeup and i don't wear heavy foundation, mostly tinted moisturiser. Get yourself the liz earl cleanser and you will really notice a difference.

sue52 Tue 12-Jul-11 12:58:03

I've never been keen on wipes. They just smear your make up around a bit rather than properly cleanse.

MrsFreedy Tue 12-Jul-11 13:24:18

Thanks for the info and advice.

MrsMeow where can i buy the Soap & Glory ones.

valiumredhead Tue 12-Jul-11 13:57:00

Oil of Olay , the blue pack - brilliant! And if you get them on offer in Wilkos they are 99p instead of nearly £3 in Boots! I stock up!

valiumredhead Tue 12-Jul-11 13:57:51

I used to love Liz Earle miche until they changed the formula sad

MrsMeow Tue 12-Jul-11 14:07:32

From Boots MrsFreedy smile

LuckyMrsT Tue 12-Jul-11 15:27:00

Simple baby wipes are very 'wet' and do a great job. I pinch my eyelashes between wipe-covered fingers for a couple of seconds to get mascara off, which is much better than rubbing away at my eyes.

Insomnia11 Tue 12-Jul-11 15:31:26

I find the Simple ones great- yes I do that too LuckyMrsT

WineAndPizza Tue 12-Jul-11 20:47:34

Simple are good, and so are Neutrogena - both full of moisture and get the make up off unlike baby wipes and some other brands which are much more dry and don't cleanse properly.

CDMforever Tue 12-Jul-11 20:59:01

Huggies Pure baby wipes are fab.
Very wet.

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