April 3, 2012

Softymo White Super Make Off Sheet Review

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!

Softymo White Super Make Off Sheets come in a box of 52. These are packaged in a plastic snap close box so they stay fresh for considerably longer than wipes you’d buy here in the US which come with a small sticker seal for closure.

The formula contains adlay extract to leave skin brighter and whiter but I haven’t exactly experienced this myself.

These have a soft, fresh fragrance with a formula that removes makeup easily. They aren’t a traditional square but a long rectangle which I find works great at getting to my eye area as I can fold them over and swipe easier.

I use these when I’m feeling lazy and I’m not interested in dealing with my typical nightly regime of removing my makeup. These do makeup removal quickly and easily. They do ok with mascara as well but you’ll see some remnants remain when it comes to waterproof mascara.

Overall, a great little cleansing wipe that doesn’t dry my skin out, leaves it gently hydrated, and removes makeup easily.


A box of 52 is around $10-$11 online at locations such as Sasa.com

What are your fav cleansing wipes?

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  • Sharon

    I’m currently using Biore’s wipes for when I travel. Of course, at home, I’m always using the Biore’s oil cleanser. It’s affordable and works well!

  • Melissa

    I used to love the ponds original wet wipes (green label). The last time I used a pack they didn’t get anything off in terms eye makeup. I hope I just got a bad batch but I may have to hunt for new faves.

  • Holly

    I’m not fancy-like with my wipes, so Target baby wipes for sensitive skin. I used them a ton when I was bartending my way through university (easier to come home, collapse into bed, and reach over to grab one – wipe face and just toss on the floor. On my day off there’d be a collection). However…. you are such an enabler. These are on my wish list now.

  • kiwikiwidragon

    not a wipe fan…too many days in a row and my skin starts to burn from just the wiping. I have some really nice rose ones I got from imomoko for 3 bucks, i use them for my chest and neck for a pick me up.

  • Lulubelle

    I’ve been using Yes to Blueberries cleansing towelettes, but mainly on days when I’m not wearing makeup but need to deslick and freshen up. They are supposed to have a brightening effect also, but can’t say I’ve noticed anything.