Does natural makeup remover really work?

Natural makeup remover.

Sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it?

Over the holidays, I was excited to receive a set of natural makeup removing cloths as a gift. My first thought when I unwrapped it was that I had to write a post on it. I practically had the cloths out of their packaging and ready to be used.

For those of you who aren’t familiar, makeup remover cloths are made of tiny microfibers and designed to take off your makeup without the need for additional product. The idea is that you wet the cloth, wipe your face, and bam—your makeup is gone. No makeup remover required.

I have to admit when I first heard about these cloths, I was a little skeptical. They seemed too good to be true. For as long as I can remember, I’ve gone through one greasy makeup remover after the other, wishing for a makeup brand to release an alternative that would change my life for the better. With no clear solutions out there, it seemed like a hopeless cause.

However, things changed dramatically when I got my hands on these cloths.

I tried the cloths a couple times, with varying amounts of makeup. The first time I used them had been a minimal makeup day, consisting only of eyebrows, mascara, and concealer. I was surprised by how easily the cloth took off the makeup, especially the mascara. I didn’t have to press hard or scrub. With just a few quick swipes, all of it was gone.

The second time I tried the cloths, I had on a full face of makeup. Again, I was amazed by how easily they took it off. The cloths are incredibly soft and non-irritating. When you use them, it feels like you’re wiping your face with a blanket. And, as an added bonus, they’re reusable, so you aren’t wasting dozens of cotton rounds on a weekly basis.

After just a few uses, I’ve been completely blown away by these makeup remover cloths. I can’t believe how well they manage to take off my makeup. I definitely recommend picking up a set if you have the chance!


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Have you tried makeup removing wipes? 

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14 thoughts on “Does natural makeup remover really work?

  1. I have to get these! I’m not a fan of wipes and I have SUUUUPER sensitive eyes so I have to use gentle wash on my eyes (which usually doesn’t work very well). I use airbrush make up on my face, so I bet they’d be perfect for my face! Thanks for sharing! ❤️

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  2. I”ve honestly stopped using makeup remover for the most part, other than my lips and eyes/brows. I use my Clarisonic and favorite gentle cleanser to get my foundation and everything off.

    Do they work on waterproof makeup like they say they do? Because that’s the tough sale for me due to the gel eyeliner I have. It barely comes off with waterproof makeup remover!

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    1. I’ve been wanting to get a Clarisonic for ages! That’s amazing that it gets everything off! I haven’t had the chance to try them with gel eyeliner so I can’t say for sure. If it barely comes off with waterproof makeup remover, then I’m not sure how they would do!

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  3. I never tried makeup remover wipes, it’s amazing how well it seems to work !! 😱 Instead, I use small pieces of cloth with makeup remover 🙂 It works really well to avoid using the cotton rounds ! Thak you for sharing your experience!

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