July 26, 2012

Softymo Makeup Remover Sheet Review

I recently purchased a box of Softymo Makeup Remover Sheets since I’m such a huge fan of Softymo’s Airy Whip. I dunno why everything Softymo releases gets narrowed down to the awesomeness of Airy Whip but that it does.

I should know better than to indulge in these makeup sheets as they are typical blah for removing waterproof mascara.

Perhaps these are different?

Softymo Makeup Remover Sheets for Face ($10-$15) are pre-saturated makeup remover wipes in a snap close pink case. You get a total of fifty rectangle shaped sheets for makeup removal.

These have a soft, subtle fresh scent and are made from a thinner cotton fiber. Unfortunately, I can’t recommend these for purchase as 1. they are terribly dry and 2. they do a rather poor job of removing waterproof mascara.

On the positive side, if you wear lighter makeup (not a ton of mascara, eyeshadow, etc…) they do a fairly ok of removing makeup quickly without leaving skin dry or too greasy.

However, if you’re anything like me and sport a full face daily that includes BB Cream, waterproof mascara, eyeshadow, etc…they do a rather rubbish job of getting it all off.

As of now they make a nice little container of wipes for swiping away swatches when I am doing a review but for makeup removal I’d say they were a fail.

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I purchased this item.

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