Do Makeup Wipes Clean Your Face Properly?
At the end of the day, face wipes just don’t compare to actually washing your face
In general dermatologists agreed that makeup remover wipes shouldn’t be a substitute for washing your face, though they can be helpful in certain situations.
The wipes are fine, but they often leave a film on your face and are best when you are in a rush or to remove makeup before an actual wash. A gentle cleanser with a water rinse is best.
While makeup wipes are both quick and convenient, they’re “not optimal for overall skin health.
They are great for a quick cleanse when you are too tired to cleanse with water as well as in situations where rinse-off cleansing is difficult, such as when camping, exercising, traveling or in other transient environments.
If given a choice between using the wipe or using soap and water, go to the sink, It’s way better.
For folks who don’t quite know what skin type they have or consider themselves part of the combination skin club, Its suggested that you use Cetaphil Gentle Skin cleansing cloths, which are mild and hypoallergenic. In my opinion on those nights when you just can’t be bothered to go to the sink to wash your face is the classic Neutrogena Makeup Remover cleansing towelettes.
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