Saturday, November 28, 2009
REVIEW: Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes
First I have to say, "Where have you been all my life?!". Wow. I heard these were good, and I'm so glad I picked some up! I've been looking for a makeup remover that can remove hard to remove makeup without tugging at my skin and having to keep going over the same area again and again. These pre-soaked clothes remove foundation, eye makeup, and even waterproof mascara so easily! They are gentle on my skin and eyes, but leave a slight tingle feeling which makes me feel clean. For my own purpose, I will probably only use these for eye makeup removal and cut the sheets into halves or quarters (since only 25 come in a pack and I'm not about to use a whole sheet on my eyes). I like my current skin care routine so that's why I'm not using these for my full face, but on lazy days I will definitely be using these to remove all my makeup.
I was really confused in buying these because on the internet I saw a blue package that said "Cleansing Towelettes" and these are "Wipes" in a yellow package. Can anyone clear this up for me? Are they the same thing? Anyways, this particular kind works wonderfully for me and I will definitely be re-purchasing these when I'm finished.
After using the sheets they kinda reminded me of those Rorschach Ink Blot tests Psychiatrists used back in the day to determine if you had an underlining psychological problem.
Some Doctors still use these today, but seriously... how valid and reliable are these tests? So many flaws...anyways, I'm going on a tangent... remember, I'm a major in Psychology so I have lots of opinions in this field! LOL
Just for jokes... do you see anything in this sheet?
If you see makeup... you have an addiction. LOL
In all seriousness, look at all the makeup it took off my face! It got EVERYTHING and it could have got even more if I was wearing a ton of makeup. If you haven't tried these I HIGHLY recommend picking some up. They can be a bit pricey if you use a whole sheet every single day. For the amount of makeup I wear, half a sheet would be sufficient so I'll end up cutting them up (in halves or quarters) depending on if I'm using them on my whole face or just my eyes.