I decided to try these as I am too idle to use the brushes every day and it is saving the planet by not using wipes and a small fortune in not using products to remove make up. Just use warm water and they remove every trace of make up! They work! Only downside is the residue on the cloth but having watched thingy demonstrating them on Le Q he said just use a clean area each time ( obviously having rinsed out as much as poss). Each cloth can be machine washed one thousand times. Got them delivered with no p&p from Amazon Prime.
If you were already using Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish, would these be almost surplus to requirements....ie. a warm wet flannel would be more appropriate? Or would you use these cloths with C&P? Just wondering....
Yes, if you are using a cleanser it seems silly to have these as well as they really do the job of any make up remover . I had been using the Elemis Cloths with my C&P as I preferred them to the muslin cloths. I then recycle them as clean up cloths upstairs for the bathroom. The touch of the Magnitone cloths is like a really plush dressing gown.I am still amazed at how they clean your face so well. I tend to use a variety of make up removing techniques on a whim of how I feel - Decleor Aroma Cleanse on cotton wool, Boots Botanics Facial Wipes, Cleanse and Polish.
Thanks for that Flying Pigs , it's interesting to hear about these different products, they sound very user friendly. I also mix and match, depending on mood. But I have found that using a face wipe doused in Micellar water would seem to give a thorough cleansing......but a once over afterwards with Liz Earle's Instant Boost Skin Tonic on a cotton wool pad, always picks up a final residue of makeup.
Not a clue liv , it must 'grab' your make up and hold onto it as it transfers on to the cloth. I only put makeup on nowadays for high days and holidays so hopefully it will last a couple of days before needing a wash.