Boots Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Face Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Boots body care
Newest Review: ... for a pack of 25 so they are not the best value and I only bought them due to lack of choice when I needed them. The wipes ... more
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Customer Boots Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Face Wipes Reviews (10)
by - written on 18/05/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I use a lot of face wipes as not only do I use them at home but I also carry them around in my bag for when i'm at work and feel like I need to refresh, I picked these up when on a break at work as I had ran out. Boots is about the closest place at work for these sort of products so I ended up buying their tea tree and witch hazel version of face wipes. The wipes cost just over £3 for a pack of 25 so they are not the best value and I only bought them due to lack of choice when I needed them. The wipes come in a the usual plastic packet with a piece on top which can be pulled back to get to the wipes and then resealed to keep the wipes moist. The packet is ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 05/03/12
I use facial wipes once or twice a day to cleanse, tone and remove eye make-up. These wipes are only available to buy at Boots. They are £3.99 a pack and they're usually on offer for "3 for the price of 2", which isn't too bad. The wipes come in a handy resealable pack and you get 25 wipes per pack. The wipes are moist and fresh and they're easy to use. You simply take a wipe from the pack and wipe it gently across your face. The wipes smell fresh and clean and the special pack helps to retain their moisture (as long as you keep it sealed). The wipes are ideal for spot prone skin as the Tea Tree helps to cleanse the face and calm down red ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I have been giving the Boots Tea Tree and Witch Hazel range a second try. I tried them out about 10 years ago and didn't get on with them but I have since changed my mind. When I was younger I had extremely spot prone skin. It was very difficult to manage and the Boots Tea Tree and Witch Hazel range just wasn't man enough to work. I would never of even dreamed of using wipes back in those days either as it wouldn't have been good enough to keep my skin under control. Now, at the age of 26 my skin has finally calmed down. It is still very oily and I do tend to get areas that get congested with dirt around my nose and a few blemishes, but to be honest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
We bought these in May of this year prior to enjoying a few days away by the seaside. In an attempt to recapture our lost youth, we had decided to have a few days on a camp site in Wales. My wife had been concerned that ready access to water for washing might not be as available as we would like, so wanted to have at least something to hand to freshen up. I don't think she particularly wanted these ones, but they were on offer at the time. I have skin which tends towards the greasy and found these to be very refreshing and they were good at cleaning the skin without drying it out - always a bit scary to see the grime that you can wipe off! My wife found they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Facial wipes are an incredibly simple, easy and efficient way of removing makeup at the end of the day. It saves the hassle of messing around with cotton wool and cleanser, but does have the disadvantage of being nowhere near environmentally friendly. These cleansing wipes are Boots' own brand and as such are only available from them. They cost me around £2 when I bought them (2 for £4, often) but don't appear to be available anymore from the Boots website. They come in a pack of 25, which if you use them every night means they last around a month. I use mine a little more sparingly because I prefer to actually wash my face, as it removes make-up ... Read the complete review
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