Softymo Super Make Off Sheet might be a little familiar as I did indeed review a different version of them a few months ago.
These are the Hyaluronic Acid formulation and quite possibly my top pick for makeup remover wipes at the moment.
Take a peek!
Softymo Airy Whip is one of my very favorite products so I’m constantly picking up anything that Japanese brand, Kose releases under the Softymo range.
They released Softymo White Super Make Off Sheets a few months ago so I snatched up a variety of formulas to try out.
Take a peek!
Hard Candy Take It Off Makeup Remover Wipes are brand new for Spring 2012. These wipes promise to remove glitter, makeup, and even waterproof mascara in a single go.
My main use for makeup remover wipes?
Sitting them by my desk to remove swatches. Seriously, I must go through a package a week! I need to buy stock in these things. I typically don’t use them on my face unless I’m being SUPER lazy and just want to head straight to bed.
How about you?
How often do you use makeup remover wipes?
Let’s take a look at the Hard Candy Take It Off Wipes and see if they are worthy of our stash.
I have a special place in my heart for Japanese brand, Softymo, hey they happen to make Airy Whip my HG facial cleanser so I def have to hold them near and dear to my heart.
I recently hauled some of their new cleanser wipes off Sasa so I thought I’d review one today which is the Kose Softymo White Super Make Off Sheet.
Take a look!
Pond’s has a new range of wet cleansing towelettes in morning and evening formulas. Yay for AM and PM versions! Granted, you prob won’t need an AM version unless you’re pulling an all nigher, I slept in my makeup adventure but still the novelty of having different formulas is innovative to say the least.
Outside of my HG cleansing wipes of choice, MAC, I really don’t like alot of wipes because they just don’t do that great a job of cleaning up waterproof eye makeup.
The new Pond’s Evening Sooth Towelettes promise to clean away makeup and waterproof mascara….
Could it be true? Seriously?