Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Face wipes: The best and the worst

Face wipes - I think just about every skincare brand has them in their range. I love face wipes as they're a quick and easy way to remove your make up but with so many on the market which ones are the best? I've tested 6 different brands to try to answer this question and here is what I think..... photo's have been borrowed from the internet as my photo's were atrocious.

Soap & Glory Off Your Face Cleansing Cloths - £4.09 for 25 wipes

These have a smooth side and a slightly bumpy side for exfoliating. They also have that lovely Soap & Glory signature smell. They were quite moist and removed my make-up really well and my skin felt clean after. I have a stock pile of these to use up because I like them that much!

No7 Quick Thinking 4-in-1 wipes - £7.00 for 30 wipes

These are really wet, not too wet but they remove my make-up easily with little rubbing. My skin was left clean and these are the most repurchased but mainly because I get them with my £5 off vouchers which Boots always give out.

The Body Shop Vitamin E wipes - £5.50 for 25 wipes

These wipes were a little on the dry side for my liking but even though they did do a good job at removing my make-up. The wipe is slightly thicker than others I've tried but I'm not keep on the slight scent they have. I would repurchase but they wouldn't be my preferred choice.

Time Delay - £4.07 for 30 wipes

Really unimpressed by these. They were really dry and it took some really effort to remove my make-up. The worst face wipes I tried.

Bourjois Make-Up Remover Wipes - £3.99 for 25 wipes

Like the No 7 wipes these were really wet and removed make up easily and effortless. I was really impressed with these and would repurchase.

Organic Surge Kiss and Make-Up Cleansing Wipes - £3.49 for 25 wipes

I really liked these, they are thicker than other wipes and are more of a cloth. For the money they are really good value and I would repurchase.

Overall my favourite wipes were the Bourjois and the Organic Surge ones. Have you tried any of these what did you think? Or are there any brands that you would recommend?


.x.Sarah.x. said...

I haven't tried any of these wipes before but I have used the Boots own ones which seem to be reasonably good. I tried the Primark ones a while ago and they were just awful - I tend to use them for cleaning my monitor and keyboard instead now lol! x

Anonymous said...

I use Good Things Skincare wipes as they are thick and the wipe itself is quite big so I only need one to remove all my makeup!

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