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We’re happy that waterproof makeup lasts all day, but when we’re ready for bed we want to take it off in a hurry. Thank goodness for these quick and convenient remover wipes. They erase all signs of stubborn mascara, liner, and lipstick while simultaneously moisturizing your skin. Not only are they completely biodegradable, but they also have a refreshing lavender scent courtesy of pure essential oils.
It smells like pine trees... opened the pack quickly threw it in the trash I didnt even attempt to use it cause of the bad odor it produced.1
I used this product hoping to remove mascara. Not much product on the wipes, did not do the job, and I wasn't even wearing waterproof make up. Very disappointed in this product.1
I didn't like these because the fragrance was much too strong for me. they also didn't remove most of my makeup, and left so much residue that I broke out even after I washed my face.1
Got 2 of these in my June box. I am a fan of cleansing clothes and was excited to give these a try. I was very disappointed. They didn't remove all my make up and left my face feeling tacky. I also was not a fan of the smell. These are definitely not for me.
I liked how this product smelled when I first opened the package, however the product did not take off my make up and after I washed my face my lips tasted horrible.1
There just wasn't enought moisture in these to properly remove all my makeup.1
smelled nice, but wasn't a fan of these make-up wipes.. left lots of left over liquid eyeliner and mascara on my face, and needed to use another make-up remover to get it off.1
These wipes did not take off my makeup at all. Especially my mascara that isn't even waterproof. Not happy with this product1
While it did take off my foundation and blush pretty well, it did not take off all my mascara, which was not very heavy or waterproof.1
The wipes smell great and that is about it. I used regular face wash with a white cloth after using one to see how much, if any, makeup remained. The cloth had more makeup on it than the wipes.1