I actually got these cloths for free from Birchbox’s rewards system. I had 200 points to spend which covered the price of the product, shipping and tax. I was pretty frantic because I had used all my normal cloths:
These cloths are significantly thicker and larger than those of Burt’s Bees, and any other that I have tried for that matter. I’m sure there are some that are higher quality than this – but considering I know I can always pick them up for free on Birchbox, it’s pretty tempting. They are free of any harmful sulfates, oils or perfumes – and they are hypo-allergenic. They don’t make your face feel thick with product but you can definitely feel it on your face at first, it does subside quickly once it dries. I didn’t have a full coverage foundation on, but I did have several other hard to remove products – i.e mascara, and it came off in a breeze, didn’t have to rub hard and irritate my skin or anything like that. What I enjoyed most was the fact that when I was done there was still a significant amount of moisture and clean towelette left over. This leads me to believe that if I did have a full face on, this would have been more than enough to remove it all.
They sell for $13 on Birchbox, I might look for them somewhere more around the $10 price point, but they surely are worth it regardless, ESPECIALLY if you can snag them with your Birchbox points!
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