So I’ve been on a mission to pick up bulk packs of Makeup Remover Wipes on the cheap because if you’re a blogger you KNOW you totes mcgotes needs them. What? What?! I couldn’t resist I NEEDED to add that into a sentence somewhere! My best friend and I decided we needed to contact Sprint and have James Earl Jones and Malcolm McDowell reenact our texts because we seriously text like two twelve year old girls I imagine some sort of stupid arse word like totes mcgotes has appeared in one or two of ’em! Ha!
Anyway…. I didn’t even need wipes to remove makeup but swatching your arm left and right means you need a wipe or two or three to clean it all off after a major swatch session when you’re a blogger!
Lately my go to are CVS Night Time Makeup Remover Cleansing Clothes.
Take a peek!
So check it.
CVS Night Time Makeup Remover Cleansing Clothes come in a two pack for $4.99 and each pack includes 25 wipes each. Nice….! Yes? I got them recently at CVS on a whim and was quite taken by the huge size and the nicely saturated wipe. They take off makeup easily off my arm in a single swipe and make for a might handy makeup remover to sit beside me as I take photos. They have quite a lovely fragrance as well but the scent might be WAY too strong for those sensitive.
On the downside….
I can’t technically use them on my face.
Not sure what’s causing the issue but the two times I used them on my face I ended up with major skin peel going on. My skin was dry to begin with due to the super cold weather but these seemed to irritate it even more and I ended up flaking up like I was about to shed skin! I’m still recovering…! My cheeks are rather chapped and dry at the moment and the culprit is most definitely these wipes. It’s rather sad as the generous size wipe, nice saturation of makeup remover, and excellent way they get off makeup makes them a nice cheapie fine but the way they dry my skin out isn’t worth it!
So on the upside they are cheap as chips for swiping away swatches and I’ll def indulge again for that purpose. But no way are these venturing near my face again.
Every try ’em?