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Face wipes

(6 Posts)
Staceburgers Thu 18-Apr-13 11:21:01

Boring first topic im sorry.

Im looking to buy some face wipes as im lazy and my kids make fun of me with panda eyes.

Any reccomendations?

DorisShutt Thu 18-Apr-13 11:24:23

Simple or Garnier for me.

And there's no coincidence that these are the varieties available at the supermarket

I love the simple scrubby wipes, but the Garnier are kinder to my skin and do eye makeup too.

GettingObsessive Thu 18-Apr-13 11:38:49

To be honest, I used baby wipes, preferably the sensitive kind. There about one tenth the price and if they're good enough for a baby's bottom, they're probably ok for my face.

Or what about hot cloth cleansing? Face wipes aren't usually very good for your skin.

HintofBream Thu 18-Apr-13 11:55:55

Stingy old me buys two for one at Poundland, various types, I think they are excellent and better than the posher ones to which I have occasionally succumbed.

GinRickey Thu 18-Apr-13 12:37:43

I buy the Boots No7 when I get a £5 off No7 till spit as that makes them fairly cheap (they're usually £7 - wouldn't spend that on them!) Otherwise Simple.

Agree that they're not brilliant for your skin. I wouldn't use them every day - I only use them if I'm really, really tired and can't be bothered to wash my face properly.

burcham12 Thu 18-Apr-13 13:28:15

Another vote for Simple. They are superb. My intention was to use them only on nights when I was going to bed extra late and use my normal cleansing routine on all 'normal' nights. However, these wipes are so wonderful, and easily take off mascara too, that I am using them more and more... this was not my plan.

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