May 24, 2016

There May or May Not be Volcanic Water in These Cleansing Wipes

This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

Beauty 360 Sooth with Volcanic Water Facial Cleansing Clothes

Volcanic anything in your skin care is a good thing. For example, if you haven’t tried MAC Volcanic Ash Exfoliator you’re so missing out! Read my review, I’ll convince you.

But I digress, let’s talk cleansing wipes! CVS Beauty 360 has their own cleansing wipes that contain volcanic water. I watch a little too many BBC documentaries because I have visions of an exploding volcano and some Sean O’Connell type being lowered down into the heart of that volcano to collect water!??? I dunno…I let my imagination run away with itself sometimes.

Technically, Volcanic Water has a ton of minerals beneficial to your skin.

Whether or not Beauty 360 Sooth with Volcanic Water Facial Cleansing Clothes actually have volcanic water in them might be debatable.

I will say I love that they are alcohol-free! Yeah! No one likes wiping off their makeup and proceeding to feel your skin become two sizes too small because your makeup remover wipe had alcohol in it.

These are pretty gentle wipes and they will remove dirt, oil, and a lighter makeup but they do slip up on harder to remove eye makeup unfortunately. But hey, most cleansing wipes do am I right?


You can to tell people that your cleansing wipes have volcanic water in them.

It’s the little beauty things that make me happy.

Score them at your local CVS or

Beauty 360 Sooth with Volcanic Water Facial Cleansing Clothes2

This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

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  • Ryou

    Sorry to ruin your fantasy, Musey, but according to Merriam-Webster volcanic water is “water of volcanic origin or deriving its heat and chemical activity from volcanic sources or volcanism”.

    So I believe it means volcanic water is just hot spring water that gets its heat from volcanic activities?

    But hey, the game Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked taught me that there are some weird shit in the hearts of volcanoes. There might even be caged pirates and bro-esque dragoons! Water is more believable than those, right? =P

    • Isabella Muse

      Yeah I know, just plain old mineral water but I was hopeful 🙂 hahaha! hm now I want to check that game out 😀

      • Ryou

        The game is basically a survival game with Tim Burton style art. There’s a multiplayer version as well if you’re into that. 🙂