I am super lazy about taking off my makeup, cleansing cloths are my best friend. I often remember my makeup just as I am getting into bed so keep makeup removing cleansing cloths beside the bed so that I don’t sleep in my makeup. I love Cetaphil’s cleanser so when they offered me the opportunity to try out their Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths, I jumped at the chance.
I have gone through a fair number of brands of cleansing wipes, since I use them a lot, every time I see ones I haven’t tried, I want them. So I have tried quite a few to compare to Cetaphil’s Cleansing Cloths.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths
They remove dirt, surface oils and makeup without drying or irritating your skin. They leave your skin feeling fresh and clean without disturbing skin’s natural pH balance
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths are great for on the go use (or in my case, lazy girl use). Stick a pack in your gym bag to freshen up. These ultra soft cleansing cloths are gentle enough to use on sensitive skin (I have a friend who has super sensitive skin who swears by everything Cetaphil so I believe them on this one). They remove dirt, makeup and oils and since they have no soap, no rinsing is required. A lazy girl’s dream! For those with sensitive skin, they are dermatologist recommended and opthalmologist tested, so will likely be ok on most sensitive skin types.
Cetaphil cleansing cloths are fairly long but not very wide. They have a quilted texture and feel moist but not wet, so make sure you keep them well sealed or they will likely dry out quickly. To give you an idea of the size, I laid one over the package, it is a little longer and wider than the packaging of the 25 pack. While some cleansing cloths are fairly large and folded, these are folded in three and rely on the strength of the quilted cleansing cloth to last a full makeup removal.
I had high hopes for Cetaphil’s wipes since I love their cleanser, and they did not disappoint. They removed my makeup well, I didn’t have much eye makeup on as it was fairly humid today and I was only out to pick up some mail. It removed my eyeliner without hard scrubbing, but I did have to rub a little harder to remove my eyeliner, but not scrub as hard as with some wipes.
As you can see, it was more than big enough to remove my makeup with white areas left around the edges, so even full makeup would be fine with one cloth. For the sake of a review, I didn’t apply any moisturizer after using the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths. My skin felt soft and clean and not as tight as other cleansing cloths have left it feeling. They did not sting my eyes and I didn’t have to rub hard enough to pull any eyelashes out (yes, I have done this before). Considering the layers of product I was wearing, serum, moisturizer, sunscreen, primer, foundation, liquid bronzer plus powder and blush, I am surprised my skin feels so clean and fresh so easily.
Obviously washing your face properly is optimal, but for on the go use (these are totally coming to Niagara Falls with me this summer) or lazy girl use, Cetaphil’s cleansing cloths are great.
Buy Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths
Cetaphil’s cleansing cloths are available in packs of 10 or 25 cloths. You can buy them online at well.ca, healthsnap, Amazon.ca or online/in-store at London Drugs or Walmart. They are also available in-store at many beauty/drug stores. Click here to find a list of stores near you. To give you an idea of pricing, Walmart charges $3.97 for the 10-pack and $9.97 for the 25-pack and you can get a $3 coupon here for the 25-pack.
Win Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths
You can win a pack of Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths plus a $3 coupon (10 winners)
Disclosure: I received a pack of Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths free of charge for testing purposes.