Skin Care 101 - Burt's Bees Facial Cleansing Towelettes With White Tea Extract
Have you ever tried sleeping without washing your face? I know we all had a moment when we're just too exhausted (or maybe drunk), we could barely move and all we wanted to do was to drop everything and crawl into bed. Next thing we knew, a pimple popped up. Kind of a reminder saying "hey, seems like you had a tough day" and like a here's-what-you-get-by-skipping-the-sink-last-night surprise.
I guess that's one reason why makeup remover wipes were invented.
There are tons of facial cleansing towelettes out there and you can get them in different sizes and scents too! Most of them are very inexpensive so I don't see any reason why you shouldn't keep one. If you prefer big bags of wipes and you want something natural/organic, this one's definitely for you.
I'm talking about Burt's Bees Facial Cleansing Towelettes with White Tea Extract. The brand offers various types, all infused with your choice of natural ingredient and suitable for your skin type. Though I'm not sure if everything is available here locally.
This size which costs 495 php contains 30 pieces (175 php for 10 pieces). Just the pack you need for a month, if you intend to use it every day.
It claims to remove makeup and dirt and at the same time, tone the skin. Key ingredients include white tea, cucumber and aloe extract.
I don't think that it's drying. It just gets rid of excess sebum.
Each towel is not super soaked. There's just a right amount of moisture. You will also surely appreciate its softness and quality. It's made of natural fabric and you can really tell that it doesn't easily break.
Even though it has great cleansing power, I still don't use it alone. Just my personal choice. I still make sure to wash my face as per usual. #doublecleanse
It can remove oil and makeup without rinsing but for super waterproof ones and some clumps of mascara, maybe you'd need a little help from a separate eye makeup remover.
I sometimes use it when I have no makeup on but decided to put something later in the day, since by that time, there could already be oil and dirt on my face.
My only gripe is the overpowering scent. Yes, it smells like tea in a way but distinctly perfume-ish fragrance. Aaaaand it bothers me since it stays for a couple of minutes. Good thing, it's not something that my skin would react to. No irritation, so we're good. *wink
What do you think?
Are you always a double-cleanse type of girl?
You can also find them at any Beauty Bar store.
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