Face Off (the makeup remover cloth)

**I was provided this product for review. My opinions are my own and are in no way influenced*

I suck at getting all my make-up off at the end of the day. I think it’s 80% laziness and 20% my dark liner and mascara beating out the remover product. So when Face Off contacted me to see  if I would like a sample of their make-up remover cloth I couldn’t type YES PLEASE fast enough.

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According to Face Off

  • Face Off is a natural, soft, reusable cleansing cloth that removes all face and eye makeup using only warm water
  • It instantly eliminates dirt, excess oil and skin impurities leaving the complexion fresh and radiant
  • It is designed to delicately exfoliate and cleanse the skin.
  • Face Off is free of all detergents and chemicals. The secret is in the unique weave of ultra-think microfibers

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According to Me

I have never used a make-up remover cloth before and was a bit skeptical of how effective it really would be. I was WRONG! Holy cow does this cloth get off my make-up; as good or possibly better than my eye-makeup remover products. And yes it is extremely gentle which makes getting right into my lashes an easy task.

What I really love about this is that it is easy to travel with, environmentally friendly and is perfect for taking to the cottage where you want to be green and produce less waste.

I 100% recommend trying this product out – especially if you camp, travel, cottage or just want to reduce your environmental footprint.

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2 Responses to Face Off (the makeup remover cloth)

  1. thinkingofmakeup says:

    This looks great! Did you find the cloth stained though?
    I just did a post on products I regret buying! I’m a bit new to blogging and would really appreciate if you checked mine out!
    http://www.thinkingofmakeup.com

    • maldham says:

      I actually found it easy to clean with soap and water so it’s still pretty white looking. I suspect that as the cloth comes to its end of life it will be harder to clean, but so far so good!

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