“ Brand: Biore / Type: Cleansing Cloths / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Cleanses, „
These are also known as Biore Deep Pore Cleansing Wipes. A pack of 25 wipes will cost you around £3.99 but most places like Boots, Superdrug have offers on where there is frequently 25% off these so it is well worth shopping around for them.
They used to come as a bigger pack of wipes in a plastic packet inside a tough biore box which was great as you could keep the box and use it to store household bits and pieces. Now you only get the wipes in a plastic pack.
The slogan for these wipes os "Grab, Trap and Go". I had a reaction to the Biore facewash but I am fine using these wipes. These are dermatologically tested, hypo-allergenic, non-pore clogging & 100% oil-free.
The pack states: "Biore daily deep pore cleansing wipes cleanse, tone and gently exfoliate leaving skin feeling clean and revitalised. Special dirt-grabbing wipe fibres trap surface dirt, oil and make-up, while the special exfoliating texture helps dislodge stubborn, pore-clogging grime."
These wipes are astonishing. Even if you have a full face of make-up on, they will remove it. They claim to capture pore-clogging dirt and oil and give a really deep clean. They do. They smell great, have a very moist surface and feel like they leave a layer of moisture/ some sort of toner or something on your skin. The slightly rough texture claims to exfoliate your skin too. I'm sure if you buff your face with them it would exert some exfoliating properties.
I would definitely recommend these. Whether you just like using face wipes instead of face wash, whether you want a pack so you can go camping or to a festival and don't want to pack make up remover, cleanser, toner etc these are fantastic.
I was using what I though was a brilliant set of lotions on my skin. I thought my face was soft! That was until I went away to London with my elder sister, who no longer lives at home. She felt my face and said "urgh thats so rough!!" I was startled! How rude! I felt my nose, and thought it was perfectly soft! She then reached into her bag and pulled out a white box and said "you can have one". So I opened the box, and took out what looked like a baby wipe. Charming, I thought to myself! Still I took her offering and wiped my face with it. I was appalled at the amount of dirt that came from my face, when I had only JUST cleansed and toned with my own products! My sister then leant across to me and stroked my nose. "much better" she declared. SO I felt my nose to see what all the fuss was about, and it was just so soft! Instantly! I couldnt believe it! It was not as soft as my sisters, but she uses them all the time. So now I have been using these wipes since April, and my skin has never been so soft! They come in a sealed plastic bag, within a large plastic container. You get 45 wipes in a box and they cost a princely £6.00! I also have very sensitive skin- a touch of eczema- and I find it very difficult to find a product that doesn't irritate the face. I have never had any trouble with this product. You will never look back, once you have started to used these wipes!
I started using the Biore facial cleansing cloths about 3 weeks ago. They leave my face feeling cool, fresh, and invigorating. Plus they leave my face smooth and clean in just one easy step! Another plus is the Fragrance. It is light and not overwhelming. And because it is unisexual (love that word! lol) men can use the facial cleaning cloths too. I know a couple who do. My grandson, who is 20, and my son-in-law, who is 45. Don't tell them I told you though! LOL The 34, 5" x 8" (12.7 x 20.3 cm) pre-moistened Biore Facial cleansing cloths come in an attractive plastic box that costs $5.99 (US dollars). They are hypo-allegenic, non-comedogenic and can be used when ever I feel the need to. They are deep cleaning, they tighten my skin, and remove my make-up. They have been tested by Dermatologists and are also 100% oil free. You can find them in most stores that sell cosmetics. I bought mine at my favorite Wal-Mart store. I use the cleansing cloths in place of other facial cleansers, toners, and makeup removers. They are really good for removing waterproof mascara too. Another plus is, I don't need those other products taking up room in my bathroom and since I don't need to buy these, it makes the Biore cloths cheaper in the long run! The plastic box they come in is cream colored and has a hinged lid which is easy to open and close. On the inside, the cloths themselves are nestled in heavy plastic that helps to keep the cloths from drying out. They do have some disadvantages. They contain alcohol and water, so if your skin is very dry you would need to use a moisterizer. And they are not really that great for the environment. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Safety Issues: They are for external use only, avoid getting in eyes (rinse with water if you do), and keep out of reach of children. They are best used within 45 days after opening package, and be sure and keep the box tight
ly closed and store in a cool, dry place. Don't flush them down the stool! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ingredients: Water, SD Alcohol 40, Peg-12 Laurate, Capryl/Capramidopropyl Betaine, Isoeicosane, Magnesium Sulfate, Isododecane, Pheonxyethanol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Butlyparaben, DMDM Hydantoin, Isobutylparaben, Ethylparaben, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Terasodium Edta, Fragrance. (More than I ever wanted to know!) I would recommend the Biore Facial Cleaning Cloths to anyone who likes the idea of being able to clean, tone, and remove makeup all with one product. I would not recommend these cloths to those with extremely dry skin. And, as with all products of this type, they could be irritating to some peoples skin. Hypo-allergenic doesn't always mean the product is non-allergenic for everyone. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Biore cleansing cloths are distributed by the Diore division of the Andrew Jergens Company, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214. Phone Number - 1-888-BIORE-11 You can also receive more information on their website, http://www.biore.com