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Nip and Fab Face pads? Or another face wipe/pad?

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MiscellaneousAssortment Mon 06-Jun-16 22:51:21

Saw Nip and Fab pads on another thread and it got me wondering if anyone knows of a really good facial pad (or wipe)?

I'd love to find a face pad/ wipe that does a really good cleanse and care job - I'm ill and mainly bed bound so can't get to a sink to do my Eve lom facial care stuff, and my skin is really suffering! Oily, dry, and breakouts, the whole caboodle of rubbish skin really, and I'm finding my moisturiser is just sitting on top of my skin which I'm sure is connected to the missing cleanse/ tone/ care stages...

Any recommendations very much welcome, thanks!

MentalLentil Mon 06-Jun-16 23:09:48

I just got some Yes To Blueberries age refresh face wipes in my Birchbox today, and I'm liking them.

BeJayKayven Mon 06-Jun-16 23:27:26

Strange for S&B but the Costco facial wipes are excellent

MovingOnUpMovingOnOut Mon 06-Jun-16 23:37:01

Those face pads you mention in your opare a replacement for toner, not cleanser really.

If you're bed bound then a good cleanse with something you smooth on and wipe off (I quite like a miscellar water but I know they're a bit marmite and they don't do a really thorough cleanse) and then an acid pad like nip and fab, FAB or even <gasp> Clearasil before a good serum and moisturiser.

Can someone bring you a hot, wrung-out flannel? Because if so I'd apply some Eve Lom and then flannel it off.

MrsMushrooms Mon 06-Jun-16 23:44:17

I'm quite liking the Nip & Fab for gentle chemical exfoliation (use suncream though!!) but no wipe or chemical exfoliator will mend all your skip problems, particularly not dryness!

Do you go on Reddit at all? /r/skincaraddiction often has good tips!

Nabootique Tue 07-Jun-16 09:51:36

The Skyn Iceland ones are nice if you are unable to wash your face. They get everything off, very gently and feel nicer than cheaper wipes, in my opinion. You could then use the Nip+Fab after to exfoliate and tone.

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