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      17.05.2010 10:34
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      Nothing special and not worth the money.

      I actually purchased these by mistake. I was in a rush looking for a new packet of face wipes because I had ran out of the ones I was using and saw these on offer reduced from £3.80 to £2.00 and picked them up.

      When I got them home and realised what they were I wasn't that disappointed because I thought they might prove to be a good alternative to the already wet face wipes that I use for convenience when washing my face the conventional way is a little more difficult.

      I actually bought the refil pack which contains 30 face cloths. The cloths come in a white wrapper encased in a carboard box with a design similar to what can be seen in the picture above.

      As you may already know from reading some of my other reviews, I have quite sensitive skin so naturally I went for the sensitive skin variety but they are also available in oily/combination and dry/hydrating.

      The cloths themselves are soft to the touch and have little holes running through them which I suppose are there to add some texture for removing dirt more efficiently. Each one measures 15.2 x 18.4 cm so they are a decent size for cleaning the whole of the face.

      On the back of the box, these are described as a multi-functioning product to replace a number of other products including soap, make-up remover, facewash (my preferred method of cleansing my face), cleansing milk and toner.

      The product contains aloe, chamomile extract (which is known for its soothing and calmig properties) and vitamin E. The cloths promise to remove dirt, general make-uo and also mascara and claim to be gentle enough to use around the delicate eye area. They are also fragrance free, soap free and are dematologically tested.

      When dry, the cloths don't really smell of anything at all but when they are wet, I can smell that, what I call, fragrance free smell. If you think of how Simple products smell, then you should get a good idea of what I mean.

      To use the wipes, they need to be wet with water and rubbed to create a cleansing lather. I found that the cloths lathered up very well and were very easy and pleasant to rub over my face, just like you would clean your face with a flannel. Being a flannel user, I found this was a good aspect of using the product as it wasn't veering too far away from my normal routine and what I am used to. For this reason, this would be a good product to travel with as it would eliminate the need to take a separate face wash and flannel.

      After cleansing all that needs to be done is to rinse the product away. The instructions recommend that this be done actaully using the cloth. I followed this and found that the product came away easily but I did also rinse my face by splashing water over it just to make sure there was nothing left behind.

      Well, after use my skin did feel clean and soft. It had removed my make up very well. Although there were a few remnants of mascara left behind. I'm sure this problem would be easily resolved by spending a little more time cleaning around the eye area, but as I was using these for the first time, I didn't want to overdo it incase it caused any irritation.

      Unfortunately, although it's a decent product, I don't think these are anything special. They didn't really deliver any great results to my skin that I can't easily get from other products that I use. I did also experience a slight tingling sensation on my skin and around the eye area so maybe my skin is a little to sensitive even for these.

      Not a bad price when on offer, but I would definitely not pay £3.80 for this product which would only last me a month. The waste aspect also concerns me as each cloth can only be used once, and after use they just get thrown away.

      **Also posted on Ciao under the same name**

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        30.06.2009 14:14
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        A nice cleanser

        Olay Daily Facials are textured cleansing wipes that aim to remove dirt and make-up in one quick and easy step. They can be bought in a pack of 25 for £2.50 from Boots. Priced at other drugstores may vary.

        *Packaging*
        The packaging on the picture above appears to be different to mine. Anyway, mine are in a long, quite thin pack. The packet seems very flat so it's great for taking on holiday because there'll always be room in your suitcase for these. The pack contains 25 wipes. The packet is blue and on the front we are given a little information about the product. On the back there is more important information such as the ingredients. For opening and closing the packet there is a resealable flap that works great. It's very rare I find a packet that actually stays resealed but this is brilliant because it means the wipes stay damp and usable for however long they are in the pack.

        *Using The Product*
        All you have do is wipe over your face. It's very easy to do. I really like the texture of the cleansing cloths because they are a little rough (but not too much) so they help unclog my pores and get rid of bitty bits of dry/flaky skin. I like the fact that the cloths are quite big and thick- I've tried some before that were too small and really flimsy but it wasn't the case with these. The wipes remove makeup such as foundation and blusher and lipstick, but I had a little trouble with mascara and eyeliner- it wasn't removed fully. I would suggest a separate eye makeup remover when using these. But if you are just using these as a cleanser and not a makeup remover then you shouldn't have a problem.

        *The results*
        After using a wipe my skin is left feeling cool and clean. The only problem was my eyes- they stung.. Alot. This product claims to be suitable for sensitive skin and the packet states it can be used to remove even waterproof mascara. I would say this information is false is because my eye makeup wasn't removed well and some chemical on the cloth irritated my eyes. I don't even have sensitive eyes so I would definitely not recommend these if you do.

        *Conclusion*
        At £2.50 these are great because I've bought some lesser known brands that were more expensive. For Olay, these are pretty cheap. The wipes work as a great cleanser, but maybe not for a fabulous makeup removing experience.

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        18.04.2009 23:03
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        Handy, leaves your skin nice and soft

        I saw these and had to give them a try. They are like wipes, but are thicker and woven together, they don't rip as you use them. The box gives you very detailed instructions on use.
        1. Moisten
        2. Lather
        3. Cleanse
        4. Rinse
        5. Throw away - do not flush
        So ... I moistened the cloth and then rubbed it together to get it to lather up. It does, but not like shampoo or anything , it gets soapy feeling. I used it on my face and neck, and rinsed off and WOW! My skin felt so much better. Softer and not grimy at all.
        It's a gentle clean, not a scrubby sensation. The cloths stay together well. I rinsed all the lather out and used the cloth again to rinse my face off. The fragrance is light enough that a guy could use it as well, it's not heavy in any way, not feminine smell or even clean smell. Just a light smell that goes away pretty quickly. They are for normal to dry skin, and contain moisturising agents (although this comes from looking at the ingredients, not any kind of manufacture blurb).

        The box that I bought was a refill, though for what I'm not sure. It looks like ther is a container like a baby wipes tub that you can get for them. There were 30 cloths in the box, and I paid $5.79 (about £3.75) for it from Walmart.

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          06.05.2008 22:58
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          handy little wipe to cleanse tone and moisturise your skin.

          I really like using face wipes, as they are so easy and quick to use. All you do is pull one little wipe out of the pack, wipe your face thoroughly and your done. These are ideal for people on the go, I use them after I have used a sun bed.

          The only thing that truly bugs me about them is when you near the bottom of the way through the pack and they start to dry out.

          Where as the Olay Daily Facial wipes come in a box, the wipes are dry already and you damp them before you use them. This was the main reason I bought them I hate to waste things and these would last forever providing I didn't wet them.

          These wipe lather up really well. Once they have been wet. So all you need is to wipe your face and trust me you feel like you have just stepped out of the shower.

          So all the boxes were ticked and I was completely happy with my new buy, my skin was improving and this was becoming silky smooth, what more could a girl want.

          SKIN TYPES

          When buying the Olay cleansing wipes, you will need to determine your skin type as there is three different wipes available, so buying the correct one for your skin is essential.

          The first type are Hydrating facial cloths for Normal to Dry skin, these are best used on very dry, dry cracked or normal skin. They help by adding moisture into your skin and hydrating it, within a week you will notice you skin is becoming softer and smoother.

          The second type are Clarifying facial cloths for Oily/Combination skin, if you suffer from greasy or spotty skin these wipes will unblock the pores, and remove any of the day to day grime that builds up. The wipes will clarify the skin and reduce the grease.

          The third being Soothing cloths for Sensitive skin, these are great for those who suffer from allergies or have reactions from certain chemicals contained in certain beauty products. They are a mild wipe that will cleanse the skin without causing a reaction or flare up.

          Each of these three cloths has been designed to cater for the needs of each specific skin type. You can tell the difference between the different cloths, as each different wipe is identified by a different colours on the box.


          PACKAGING

          These handy little wipes come in a solid plastic box with a card outer sleeve, inside the plastic box sits another box and this is where your wipes will live. The box is a really clever design as you can refill the wipes at any time.
          The refill packs can also be purchased from boots, and they do cost a little less that buy the whole box again. Each box or refill contains 30 wipes.

          Also on the packaging is a detailed instruction on how to use, dispose of and store your new facial wipes. The ingredients are also listed just in case you need to find out what chemicals and substances are contained in the wipes.

          As the box is neatly compact you can either carry it in your handbag or store it neatly on the bathroom shelf or dressing table.

          THE WIPES

          Whichever type of facial wipe you select, they are all designed to cleanse tone, exfoliate, and condition skin in one step to improve your skin, leaving it as healthy as possible. So basically one of these little face wipes can replace your, cleanser, toner, exfoliator and even you moisturiser, it is hard to believe the one tiny wipe can do all of that, well believe it Olay have managed to pull off a miracle.

          If that isn't enough Olay have also added a cleansing rinse that lathers up, and removes everyday dirt, grime and makeup. This dual-textured facial cloth deeply cleanses and gently exfoliates to visibly improve your skins clarity.

          Olay promise that these wipes are 80% better than your basic cleansing, toning and moisturising regimes.

          The facial cloth itself is a rounded rectangle shape and it is a little larger than the face wipes I have previous tried before. These Olay cloths are two wipes stuck together, once of which is very soft and smooth and the other being slightly rougher, the rough side is to exfoliate and remover residue and the soft side is to tone and moisturise.

          HOW TO USE THE WIPE

          Pull a little wipe for the box and add a small amount of water to it, rub the wipe vigorously until the cloth reacts to the water and foams up.

          It is very surprising how much foam you will get, then with the rough side wipe all around your face and neck, if look at the wipe after you have done this you will see tiny bits stuck into the little holes on the rough side, if at this point you don't see bits wipe again because more often than not your skins pores are blocked. When you notice tiny bit on the rough side you know the wipe is doing its job.

          After you have cleared your skin with the rough side, you can turn the wipe over and use the smooth side to finish off. This smooth side will moisturise your skin.

          If you are removing make-up or water proof mascara these are great, using the softer side wipe off all eye makeup. These will remove every last speck of stubborn mascara without irritating your eyes, like some cleansing wipes can do.

          After you have completed the wiping process, you should rinse out the cloth until all the foam has gone, and then re-wipe your face and rinse. After you have rinsed your face throw away the wipe and the jobs done.

          I have learned that if you done rinse your face after you have used the wipe, it will become quite tight and feel very sticky, if you don't rinse it properly you will notice I am sure.

          Once you have used these wipes and rinsed, your skin will feel silky soft, rejuvenated and deeply cleaned and fresh feeling.

          CONCLUSION

          As soon I started to use these I knew they were great, my skin instantly felt smoother and softer, even some areas were feeling tighter.

          I now use the on a regular basis, after 2 weeks of these wipes my skin retuned to how it used to be, I was blotch, spot, dryness free. My skin condition has improved so much since I started to use them.

          I am absolutely amazed by these, they are a true miracle I have since chucked out my collection of wipes, cleanser, toner and moisturisers.

          I do use these once a day, I tend to do it before I go to bed, this way I remove all of the days build up of grime and dirt in my pores. I have also been known to use the same cloth twice when I was running low, as they foam that much I feel I am wasting them, so yes I have been known to rip them in half.

          PRICES

          The Olay brand is known to be a little bit expensive, and yes I would never usually pay so much of a cleansing wipe but these are amazing and worth every penny.

          A full box of 30 wipes costs £6.99, which will cost you a little over 23p per wipe, so if you do what I do and half them it will cost under 12p per wipe.

          A refill pack of 30 will cost you £5.99. This pack will cost just under 20p per wipe and 10p per half wipe.

          As you can see the boxed wipes cost a 1.00 more than the refills, so it is worth holding onto you old box and refilling it.

          As I have said these were purchased from boots, and I have seen them in Tesco for the same price. But you may be able to by the cheaper from other shops like home bargains, body care or even Superdrug.

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            28.04.2008 15:17
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            throw away your clensers, toners and mosturisers fot this one handy wipe.

            I have been looking for a decent face wipe for a while now, I have tried all sorts of wipes at different prices and I could not seem to find anything to suit either me or my skin, until I came across Olay's daily facial wipes at my local boots store.

            I love using face wipes, as they are so easy and quick to use. All you do is pull one little wipe out of the pack, wipe your face thoroughly and your done. These are ideal for people on the go, I use them after I have used a sun bed.

            The only thing that truly bugs me about them is when you near the bottom of the way through the pack and they start to dry out.

            Where as the Olay Daily Facial wipes come in a box, the wipes are dry already and you damp them before you use them. This was the main reason I bought them I hate to waste things and these would last forever providing I didn't wet them.

            These wipe lather up really well. Once they have been wet. So all you need is to wipe your face and trust me you feel like you have just stepped out of the shower.

            So all the boxes were ticked and I was completely happy with my new buy, my skin was improving and this was becoming silky smooth, what more could a girl want.

            SKIN TYPES

            When buying the Olay cleansing wipes, you will need to determine your skin type as there is three different wipes available, so buying the correct one for your skin is essential.

            The first type are Hydrating facial cloths for Normal to Dry skin, these are best used on very dry, dry cracked or normal skin. They help by adding moisture into your skin and hydrating it, within a week you will notice you skin is becoming softer and smoother.

            The second type are Clarifying facial cloths for Oily/Combination skin, if you suffer from greasy or spotty skin these wipes will unblock the pores, and remove any of the day to day grime that builds up. The wipes will clarify the skin and reduce the grease.

            The third being Soothing cloths for Sensitive skin, these are great for those who suffer from allergies or have reactions from certain chemicals contained in certain beauty products. They are a mild wipe that will cleanse the skin without causing a reaction or flare up.

            Each of these three cloths has been designed to cater for the needs of each specific skin type. You can tell the difference between the different cloths, as each different wipe is identified by a different colours on the box.


            PACKAGING

            These handy little wipes come in a solid plastic box with a card outer sleeve, inside the plastic box sits another box and this is where your wipes will live. The box is a really clever design as you can refill the wipes at any time.
            The refill packs can also be purchased from boots, and they do cost a little less that buy the whole box again. Each box or refill contains 30 wipes.

            Also on the packaging is a detailed instruction on how to use, dispose of and store your new facial wipes. The ingredients are also listed just in case you need to find out what chemicals and substances are contained in the wipes.

            As the box is neatly compact you can either carry it in your handbag or store it neatly on the bathroom shelf or dressing table.

            THE WIPES

            Whichever type of facial wipe you select, they are all designed to cleanse tone, exfoliate, and condition skin in one step to improve your skin, leaving it as healthy as possible. So basically one of these little face wipes can replace your, cleanser, toner, exfoliator and even you moisturiser, it is hard to believe the one tiny wipe can do all of that, well believe it Olay have managed to pull off a miracle.

            If that isn't enough Olay have also added a cleansing rinse that lathers up, and removes everyday dirt, grime and makeup. This dual-textured facial cloth deeply cleanses and gently exfoliates to visibly improve your skins clarity.

            Olay promise that these wipes are 80% better than your basic cleansing, toning and moisturising regimes.

            The facial cloth itself is a rounded rectangle shape and it is a little larger than the face wipes I have previous tried before. These Olay cloths are two wipes stuck together, once of which is very soft and smooth and the other being slightly rougher, the rough side is to exfoliate and remover residue and the soft side is to tone and moisturise.

            HOW TO USE THE WIPE

            Pull a little wipe for the box and add a small amount of water to it, rub the wipe vigorously until the cloth reacts to the water and foams up.

            It is very surprising how much foam you will get, then with the rough side wipe all around your face and neck, if look at the wipe after you have done this you will see tiny bits stuck into the little holes on the rough side, if at this point you don't see bits wipe again because more often than not your skins pores are blocked. When you notice tiny bit on the rough side you know the wipe is doing its job.

            After you have cleared your skin with the rough side, you can turn the wipe over and use the smooth side to finish off. This smooth side will moisturise your skin.

            If you are removing make-up or water proof mascara these are great, using the softer side wipe off all eye makeup. These will remove every last speck of stubborn mascara without irritating your eyes, like some cleansing wipes can do.

            After you have completed the wiping process, you should rinse out the cloth until all the foam has gone, and then re-wipe your face and rinse. After you have rinsed your face throw away the wipe and the jobs done.

            I have learned that if you done rinse your face after you have used the wipe, it will become quite tight and feel very sticky, if you don't rinse it properly you will notice I am sure.

            Once you have used these wipes and rinsed, your skin will feel silky soft, rejuvenated and deeply cleaned and fresh feeling.

            CONCLUSION

            As soon I started to use these I knew they were great, my skin instantly felt smoother and softer, even some areas were feeling tighter.

            I now use the on a regular basis, after 2 weeks of these wipes my skin retuned to how it used to be, I was blotch, spot, dryness free. My skin condition has improved so much since I started to use them.

            I am absolutely amazed by these, they are a true miracle I have since chucked out my collection of wipes, cleanser, toner and moisturisers.

            I do use these once a day, I tend to do it before I go to bed, this way I remove all of the days build up of grime and dirt in my pores. I have also been known to use the same cloth twice when I was running low, as they foam that much I feel I am wasting them, so yes I have been known to rip them in half.

            PRICES

            The Olay brand is known to be a little bit expensive, and yes I would never usually pay so much of a cleansing wipe but these are amazing and worth every penny.

            A full box of 30 wipes costs £6.99, which will cost you a little over 23p per wipe, so if you do what I do and half them it will cost under 12p per wipe.

            A refill pack of 30 will cost you £5.99. This pack will cost just under 20p per wipe and 10p per half wipe.

            As you can see the boxed wipes cost a 1.00 more than the refills, so it is worth holding onto you old box and refilling it.

            As I have said these were purchased from boots, and I have seen them in Tesco for the same price. But you may be able to by the cheaper from other shops like home bargains, body care or even Superdrug.

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              23.07.2004 17:52
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              Oil of Olay is a well known skin care brand for women.For years those lovely people who develop Oil of Olay have been creating different products that help tighten,soften and keep skin refreshed.Best known for it's anti aging products,many women use nothing other than Oil of Olay on a daily basis (and I don't really blame them). And now they've made their service even better by adding these new daily facial products to thousands of shelves around the country.But what do these daily facials do? Simple they keep our skin fresh and soft and replace soap,make-up remover,facewash,cleansing milk and toner on a daily basis meaning they save a lot of time in a morning (great news for gals on the go). There are two types of packaging available for these the only real difference being that one lot comes with a tub to keep them in and the other is a refill pack.The one I am going to be talking about is the refill pack (there isn't any difference in the products themselves). There are 30 cleansing clothes contained within the box and they are all packed closely together.The box is only small so it should fit in a handbag making them easy to carry around if you are sleeping overnight somewhere.The box is mainly blue and white and it contains some writing in purple. On the front of the box it shows a woman using one of the cloths and of course she has gorgeous skin.The original Olay logo is there and the title of the product is in blue.It then tells you what the product is (lathering cleansing cloths) and tells you what skin type they are for (normal to dry skin).It says that the cloths are hydrating and it also gives a little box at the top in the right hand corner in yellow,telling you that they have been improved.The final thing that is on the front is the words refill.recharge written down the side. On the top of the
              box it is quite plain with some of the same information as on the front only now telling us that it has 80% more moisturizes to hydrate as you cleanse. One side of the box is the same as the top and the other tells you how to refill the pack into the tub (mentioned as the other type of packaging earlier). The back of a product I find is the second most important thing to look at when choosing a product.This is because it usually contains all the information you need on a product.On the back of these it tells you how it is customized in three ways for normal to dry skin.These ways are: 1)Customized formula including vitamin E,grapeseed extract and Olay moisture. 2)Unique finely-textured cloth softly cleanses and exfoliates. 3)Special moisture-rich lather hydrates skin while removing dirt,make-up,even mascara. It tells you the above information in English and French which must mean they are available in France too. The other thing it tells you on the back of the box is the directions of use.I particuarly like this section because it isn't just telling you how to use the product;it is showing you too.There are four pictures that match four simple directions.As you may have gathered the cloths cleanse your face through lather.This means that you have to first wet the cloths before use.You then rub the cloth together until it starts to lather.Next rub the cloth all over your face (even around the eyes)and finally rinse it off.Simple! They are so easy to use and it takes only around a minute,two at the most to use them.They instantly make your skin feel smooth after use and it feels like your skin can breathe.I choose products that are good for me and that will make me feel more confident and these definately acheive both those things.They last almost a month too so they are definate value f
              or money.You could buy the tub if you want,I think it is something like a pound extra but then you don't have to buy one again and I suppose it looks better than keeping them in the box. I am really pleased with these because it saves me so much time and it doesn't feel like a chore to use them.They are really cheap I think too for what you get.I paid £3.99 for 30 in Superdrug and Tesco.At the time it was buy one get one free in Tesco so I have loads left now!If however you want to buy the tub too it will probably cost you £4.99 which I think you'll agree isn't a bad price. I've been using them now for just over a month and I've fallen in love with them (watch out Stephen lol).They really are worth the value and the confidence in my skin they have given me is fantastic. I definately give this product 5 stars out of 5.I hope this has helped you decide whether or not to buy them. Aimee :)

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                04.05.2004 23:59
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                I decided to buy these as I?d seen the advert in a magazine and the results looked promising. I was looking to improve my skin tone and went for the combination/oily option. *Packaging* The facials come in a plastic box which is very useful for storing them and the refills come in sealed packets which you then transfer to the box. The outside cardboard bit has the Olay logo on and then specifies which skin type is for. There is also a picture of a woman with perfect skin using one. *What they say it does* They claim these are 80% better than basic cleansing to visibly improve skin?s clarity. Quite how they came up with this figure I have absolutely no idea but it does sound impressive. They say the unique dual-textured cloth deep cleanses and gently exfoliates and that the special clean0rinsing lather removes dirt, make-up, even mascara. *Does it work?* The cloth is wetted under warm water and lathers up nicely. It smelt quite strongly of the witch-hazel that it contains. After use my skin actually felt quite tight but it had removed my make-up very well. I continued to use these twice a day and after a week my skin definitely had a more ?fresh? appearance than usual but it hadn?t prevented my skin from becoming oily. *Price* My box of 30 cloths cost £4.99 refill packs of 30 are also available though I?m not sure how much these are probably a little less because you don?t get the box. *Verdict* These definitely improved my skin tone but didn?t prevent blemishes and I wasn?t keen on the smell. An effective way of removing make-up though. Of course they are much cheaper than having a facial but still worked out more expensive than my normal cleanser so I?m not sure. Maybe if I used a face cloth with my usual cleanser it might work just as well. I know
                they are for combination/oily skin but after use my skin felt too tight as if all moisture had been stripped out of them. Only for very oily skin really

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                  Yes, I'm on the trail of special offers again, in my local Superdrug as usual! PACKAGING I bought the refill pack so there may be a difference to the normal packs. The refills come in a box with the Olay logo with the words Daily Facials on it; the cloths themselves are enclosed in a plastic wrapper inside the box. There's not a lot else I can say about that (I watched Forrest Gump on Sunday!) THE CLOTHS Initially the when the cloths are taken out of the plastic wrapper each cloth is folded into quarters with a shiny side up. This shiny side is what will create the lather when the cloth is made wet. The cloth has two different sides, one a soft side, which is for gentle cleansing of the more delicate areas of the face like the eyes, and one is a rough side, this is for gentle exfoliation on the main of the face and neck. Each cloth includes pro-vitamin B5, Beta Hydroxy and Witch Hazel which helps with cleansing and helps to remove dirt and makeup. The cloths are lightly fragranced, and they are what I would call the Olay smell! They smell slightly sweet, but the smell doesn't last long. HOW TO USE THEM 1 - Make the cloth wet. 2 - Rub the cloth together and it will become lathered up. 3 - use the cloths and the lather to cleanse and exfoliate your skin on your face and neck. 4 - Rinse the lather off, using the cloth. DO THEY WORK? Well I think they work. My skin stays clear and even though I have dry skin I normally have no need to use a moisturising cream afterwards. I have used the oily/combination skin variety, but you may also get sensitive and normal varieties. I would probably normally get the sensitive but the oily/combination was the only one they had at the time. All makeup is removed easily and without fuss, and sometimes you can even see that the cloths change colour as it gets the dirt off. PRICE As I said before I got these on speci
                  al offer. It was buy one get one free offer, so I got two packs for £4.69 - not bad. Each pack has 30 cloths so you get 30 days supply for £4.69. I know that may sound expensive but I don't think it is as I only use one a day and they also work extremely well. OVERALL I would definitely buy these again, but I would probably get the sensitive variety. They may sound expensive but if you think they replace soap, makeup remover, cleansing milk and tone they don't sound too bad after all. CONTACT Proctor and Gamble, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0XP Tel: 0800 917 7197 www.olay.com

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                    After years and years of just ignoring all the beauty products out there I thought it was about time I got into the habit of using something that would give me nice clean heathly skin.... Back when I was younger I used all that cleanser toner moisturiser stuff, but found it a pain to get all the bottles and cotton puffs and such forth, so gave up on the whole idea! I stuck to good old hot water and trusty flannel with the occasional dollop of moisturiser when needed as soap wasn't any good on my skin. This worked a treat, and was alot cheaper and less clutter than the other way, but as time has taken its effect, I found my face getting drier and greasier in places... not to flakey leper or acne proportions but enough for me to notice! So I thought it was time for me to try a new approach. Tesco had a special offer, buy two Olay daily facials for £6.... I thought that sounds good to me, so I shoved them in the basket and tried one out that night. I got the combination/oily clarifying ones as these were the ones on offer, but noticed they did dry/sensitive ones and normal ones too in refils so I will be going for the dry ones when my two boxes run out. There is 30 in a box so each last a month. Once I got them out of the packaging (a mainly white cardboard sleeve with blue, silver and purple bits, and a happy woman washing her face and the fact thats these are 80% better than basic cleansing to visibly improve skin's clarity stated on the top)! I found the box itself is quite nice nearly see through (I can't spell the proper word for it) white plastic with the Olay symbol embossed on the top and when I took the cloths out there is Olay written on the bottom of it, suppose that is to remind you to buy some more when they have all gone. The cloths are wrapped up in plastic and when I opened them I noticed the smell, or lack of it. I was expecting a strong smell but was pleasantly suprised by a soft smell that is hard to
                    describe, but that could be because I had a cold. Even without the cold, they don't smell of much! It was time to try them out. I wondered how they would lather up without any sign of soapy type stuff on there, but when I got it wet and started rubbing it together, the amount of lather was suprising. It felt nice on my face and there are two different sides on this one, one that is soft for round the eyes and one thats rough for rest of face to get rid of the dead skin. I am not a great fan of the thought of flaying my face, but this wasn't too rough so I was happy. I rinsed it off by using the cloth after drenching it in water to get rid of all the lather, like it tells you to do in the picture instructions on the cardboard sleeve and the bottom of the box and thought my skin felt cleaner and softer. The next day it proved it worked, by making a huge spot appear on my chin, a good sign I am told, but as this soon went away I am sure my skin is cleaner now as it feels better and looks almost glowing. I will still have to use the dollop of moisturiser when needed but I don't seem to need it as often as I did before. The main ingredients are pro-vitamin B5, Beta Hydroxy and witch hazel (hence the spot). I could list all the other ones but I cant pronounce half of them let alone spell them. All in all I am pleased with these as they are gentle enough to get rid of eye make up and as that is the only make up I ever occasionally bother with, they make my face feel really clean and they are easy to use. I would recommend them to anyone that wants a clean face and is too lazy to bother with all the different bottles and stuff, like me :o) Also I have just found out that they are good at getting rid of face paint too.... Normally it would be a fight with my youngest son as I tried to put baby lotion on his face with a piece of cotton wool... he would always complain it was too cold! But as these can go unde
                    r the tap.. a bit of warm water on one of these stopped his moaning, and cleared away both his spider face and his white tiger face this week. He was even happy to do it himself as he liked the magic foaming cloth :o) Oh yes.... one other thing.... It takes off waterproof mascara too not just the normal stuff... not that my son had mascara on!.. that was mine :oP Take care Sarah :o)

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                      I'm lazy. That's why I like using face wipes...Just pull one out of the pack, wipe your face a bit and off you go. The only thing I don't like about them is when you get half way through the pack and they start to dry out. That's where Olay Daily Facials come in. They come in a box which means you don't have to worry about wasting any wipes due to them drying out... Oh and maybe something to do with the fact that they're dry anyway and it's your job to wet them ;o) I first came across Olay's Daily Facials when I was doing what I do best.... Looking for freebies. Olay were giving away free samples of their 'New Improved' Daily Facials, so of course I sent off for them. Previously, though, I'd seen an advert for them on TV.... But I was doubtful that they would lather up as much as shown! There are 3 different types of cleansing cloth to choose from: * Hydrating cloths from Normal to Dry skin * Clarifying cloths for Oily/Combination skin * Soothing cloths for Sensitive skin The names of these cloths are pretty self-explanatory, but basically each of the 3 cloths have been designed to cater for the needs of each specific skin type. You can tell the difference between the different cloths, as each different type is identified by a different coloured strip on the box. If you're not sure which cloths to choose from, then the Olay website has ever-so-helpfully added a short survey to identify which cleansing cloth will best suit your skin. This review will be on the cleansing cloths that Olay recommended I use - The Clarifying cloths for Combination/oily skin. * Packaging * Now then, as I mentioned before, these cleansing cloths come in a plastic box, white in colour, with a cardboard sleeve over it. Inside the plastic box is another smaller box in which sits the face cloths. The inner box means it's easy to refill the box, with the refill
                      packs you an buy. The majority of the cardboard covering is white, with some blue. There's also a picture of a woman with perfect skin using these wipes. My box has a purple strip on it, as I bought the cloths for combination skin. Upon the cardboard sleeve is all the information you need to know about the cloths... The description (In other words, why they're so great and will transform your life if you use them), the instructions for use (Comes complete with pictures just incase you're REALLY stupid) and of course the long list of ingredients.... I like the packaging. It's simple and looks nice sitting on the shelf. * The Claims * When looking at the Daily Facial website, or even just on the packaging, you start to get the feeling that these cleansing cloths are something special.... Firstly because they are called 'Cleansing Cloths' rather than 'Face Wipes', but also because of all the claims that Olay make about them. 'Customized to cleanse, tone, exfoliate, and condition skin in one step to improve skin health.' So they're saying one of these cloths will take place of your regular cleanser, toner AND moisturiser? 'Containing a unique clean rinsing lather that removes dirt and makeup, the unique, dual-textured cloths deeply cleanse and gently exfoliate to visibly improve skin clarity 80% better than basic cleansing.' Hmm.....This is when I started to get very suspicious that the cloths would do what they said. Not that I would notice if they did... I don't know what clarify means anyway. The cleansing cloths contain lots of special ingredients which are aimed at helping combination skin. Witch hazel, pro-vitamin B5, and Beta Hydroxy are all contained in the cleansing solution on the cloth, and these ingredients are basically supposed to remove dirt and make up whilst leaving your skin deeply cleaned and exfoliated. * The Cloths * Upon opening the box and removing a cloth, I was initially suprised to see that the cloth was dry... Then I remebered the instructions said to wet the cloth before use (It was at this point I realised the pictures that come with the step-by-step instructions of how to use the cloths were for people like me!). The cloth is a rounded rectangle shape and is about 20cm by 15cm, slightly larger than face wipes I've used before. Another difference between these cloths and ones which I have used before is the cloth itself. While other face wipes are just one cloth, the Olay cloths are like 2 clothes stuck together - One is very soft and smooth and the other has a rougher feel to it. Looking closer, I can see that it's rougher due to the fact it has tiny little holes in it. So anyway, off I went to wet the cloth. At first I wasn't sure how much water to wet the cloth with, as I didn't want to wash off the cleanser in the cloth before I'd got a chance to use it. With a little water, I continued to follow the instruction and rubbed the cloth together. I was pleasantly suprised to see tons of lather... Just as much as the woman on the advert had got. The lather was smooth and not like a soap lather, but not like a cleanser lather either... It was more like a bubble bath lather, but with little-er bubbles. The lather smells really nice. It's not got a specific smell, it's just a delicate, soft smell. I think it smells slightly like sun cream, but it's very pleasant anyway. When I began cleansing my face with the cloth, I started with the rough side of the cloth and finished off with the smoother side. As soon as I started rubbing the cloth against my skin, it began to feel really smooth as the cleanser got to work. The lather felt silky soft against my skin, and actually felt as if it was giving my skin a really deep clean. When it came to removing my eye make up, these
                      cleansing cloths worked extremely well - I was at first a bit uncertain about whether I should actually use these to remove my eye make-up, because I wa s sure the cleanser would sting my eyes - But I was proved wrong when the cloths removed every last bit of my eye make up - even black mascara and eyeliner, without stinging my eyes at all. As advised, I used the soft side of the cloth to cleanse the delicate eye area. After I was satisfied my face was clean and all my make up was completely removed, then came the time to rinse my face. The instructions for use tell you to rinse all the remaining cleanser out the cloth and then use it to rinse your face, but I decided to use cotton wool instead, because not only would it have taken me ages to get all the bubbles out of the cloth, but also there was still loads of bubbles left in the cloth... Meaning cheapo me could re-use it. Upon rinsing my face, it did feel very clean, as promised, however my skin did feel slightly tight afterwards, but only until I moisturised my skin. I find that when it comes to rinsing your face afterwards, you must make sure that you remove every single last bit of the cleanser - otherwise your face will be left all sticky and even tighter, which is not nice at all! From the first time I used these cloths, my skin felt smoother, tighter and softer. With regular use, this continued and I feel my skin condition has improved since I began using them. Unlike other cleansers I have used, these actually make my skin feel like it's been throughly cleansed, rather than just on the surface. My skin feels clearer and softer. Even though the cloths said they conditioned the skin too, I found I still needed to use a moisturisor afterwards. I find that I only need to use 1 cleansing cloth a day. I either cut a cloth in half before wetting it or I re-use it by lathering it up again. I find this way the cloths last longer and for the price, that's a g
                      ood thing! This way a box of 30 will last me roughly a month. * Price * These cleansing cloths do not come cheaply. Unless you have a money off voucher for them, a box will set you back £6.99, while a refill pack will cost you £5.99. I bought them from Boots, but you might be able to find them chesper in places like Savers. Both the box and refill packs contain 30 cleansing cloths, which means each cloth works out to around 23p each. This is quite expensive, especially if you use one cloth each in the morning and evening, as this works out to 46p a day, but it's not so bad if you use half a cloth each time you cleanse your face. * Overall * Overall I was impressed with these cloths. They left my skin soft, deep clean and smooth. They have been more effective than most cleansers I have used recently. Olay claimed that these cleansing clothes would visibly improve the condition of my skin and even though I was doubtful at first that they would, I can definitely say that they have. They smell nice, produce lots and lots of lather, remove all make up (even mascara which is sometimes hard to remove) and leaves skin feeling like it's been cleaned really well. They also save time, due to the way that there is a cleanser and exfoliator in one. The only let down of these cloths is the price. £6.99 for the initial box of cloths is quite expensive, but if you think about it, they are 2 cloths stuck together, each doing a different job in your cleansing routine, so I suppose it's not that bad! * Other Stuff * * Don't flush your wipes down the toilet - they'll block it up. * Don't let children below 3 years use these - they'll eat them. * I would recommend these cleansing cloths to you. If you want to find out more about them, to claim your free sample or find out which cloth would be suitable for your skin type, go to:
                      www.dailyfacials.com

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                        09.11.2002 06:26
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                        Not only am I lazy about housework, but I am also lazy about beauty care, so anything which works and saves me time is good in my books. I cannot use normal soap on my face as it dries it too much, and it really seems a lot of effort to use separate cleaners and moisturisers with cotton wool pads, so when I received a voucher for some money off a box of Olay Daily Facials, I thought this might be the answer. ++ The packaging ++ They come in a snazzy white plastic box about 5 inches wide, 4.5 inches deep and 3.5 inches tall which is wrapped in a cardboard covering with all the blurb on it. This is quite good as it means you can remove the cardboard and have a reasonably attractive waterproof box in your bathroom, rather than something which screams out ?grubby face!?. On the negative side, the box is quite large, so I certainly wouldn?t want to take them on holiday with me, as I?d have to cut down on about 10 pair of knickers! It also looks quite like the box that moist toilet tissues come in, so be careful not to wipe your nether regions with them. Inside is a softer plastic white box with no lid that contains the cloths and this is the bit you would replace if you were to buy a refill pack. The wipes are available in normal to oily skin and normal to dry skin, and this is clearly marked on the cardboard packaging. It also has a photo of a lady with perfect skin (don?t they always?) lathering her face and gives instructions for usage. One thing that is a bit odd is that the box says ?new?, but I have read opinions on this product date back as far as 2000, which is hardly new. ++ The cloths ++ The box contains 30 white cloths. They are about 6 inches by 7.5 inches and made of a sort of woven cloth material a bit like a dishcloth. They are like a flannel, which surprised me as I was expecting a wet cleaning wipe similar to the Johnson?s PH5.5 wipes I had used previously. Still at least they don?t dry out like the wet ones do. They are folded
                        into quarters to fit in the box. One side is rougher than the other so the flannel can be used to exfoliate and also for more delicate areas. Apparently it is impregnated with a soap free cleanser, which will lather when moistened. As they are quite large, you can actually cut them in half and still get your face clean, which obviously makes them twice as long lasting. One huge benefit I can see is that although it may seem wasteful to throw away a cloth (or half) after one use, it is also throwing away the bacteria that would otherwise fester on your flannel ? gross! ++ The claims ++ Well, these cloths are supposed be used instead of your normal cleansing routine, such as make-up cleaners, soap, face wash, cleansing milk and toner. They are also supposed to contain light moisturisers and ?improve the skin?s condition as you cleanse?. Apparently they will remove ?dirt, oil, and make-up, even mascara? and ?leave skin soft, not tight or dry?. ++ So did they work? ++ I followed the instructions. I moistened the cloth with water, lathered the cloth by rubbing it between my hands, cleansed my face, rinsed the cloth under the tap and then rinsed my face with the clean flannel. I threw the cloth in the bin as you must not flush in down the loo. All went well and my face certainly felt clean (so that claim worked), although I did find it quite hard to rinse the cloth before rinsing my face ? that soap free stuff was very stubborn. The cloths don?t smell particularly strong either before or during washing, and it is a smell similar to their moisturisers, nice and fresh but not overpowering. Once my face dried however, I felt that familiar tightening of the skin that I get after using soap (so that claim didn?t work) ? where is that light moisturising then? I just wish that tightening feeling worked as a face lift and I?d use these all the time! I use a lot of Olay products as I have found them good on my sensitive skin, and these were no excepti
                        on. Despite the tightening skin, I suffered no adverse reaction or stinging. ++ Manufacturer, price and availability ++ Olay Daily Facials are made in the USA by Proctor and Gamble. They have a freephone number for any queries which is 0800 9177 197. It is worth visiting their website too, as you can sign up for free offers sometimes. The address is: www.olay.co.uk. These cloths are a shocking £6.99 for 30 or the refill pack is £5.99, but if you shop around you can get them up to about £1 cheaper. I have seen them in quite a few supermarkets and local chemists, so they are widely available. ++ So, do I recommend them? ++ For me, no. I might as well buy a cheap bar of soap to tighten my skin rather than pay £6.99 for the privilege. The main reason I bought them was for the claim not to tighten or dry skin, and they failed for me on those, but then I do have very dry and sensitive skin. I also found them a bit of a hassle. I would much rather grab a facial wet wipe and scrape my make-up off in a drunken stupor, rather than grapple around with water, lather, rinsing (both cloth and face) and drying. The box is too big to take away with you and I'm worried about mixing them up with the moist toilet tissues. Anyone want a half used box?

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                          Would you believe me if I told you that I have at the very least, ten cleansers in my bathroom? Yes, you would. One hidden away because it's too big a bar of soap. Nine on display, sort of like displaying a private collection. But would you believe me if I told you that I use none of them? Yes, you would once again :) In fact, what I *do* use, happens to be seemingly ordinary little pieces of paper that I scrub my face with. And it's no other than the Olay Daily Facials cleansing wipes. While checking my emails one day, there was one that offered a free sample of the Olay Total Effects moisturizer if I completed a questionnaire. It hasn't arrived till now, but I bought it anyhow. I have a very good impression of it, and have written a separate opinion about it - I went to their website, and after clicking about, I arrived at the website for the ODF. I should have come to dooyoo first, I know, but I didn't know about this site then. So what did I do? I read the testimonials that were put up on the ODF website. Smart, huh? ;) So all the "Oh it's so good!" ... "I'll never use another cleanser again!" ... "It works for my husband too!" convinced me and made me want to have a complete Olay regime - cleanser included! Before I go on, I should add that ODF is the first cleansing wipe that I've ever used. Hence, my opinion will be based on how ODF rates against other conventional cleansers like gels, creams & soap bars - not against other cleasing towelettes. I got the towelettes for Normal/Oily skins. They also have a different one for Normal/Dry skins. The difference? N/O towelettes have a textured side and a soft side. The textured side is supposed to be the side that has all the cleaning agents, and helps scrub your face (that's why it's textured!). The soft side? Now that's a bit tricky. You see, Olay Total Effects has their version of face clean
                          sing cloths, and their textured and soft sides are clearly different in function. Their soft side has a Vitamin Lipid System that your skin "soaks" up. I don't know if Olay Daily Facials has that property as well. But just to be safe, I continue "washing" my face with this side anyway, in case it does. Plus, it feels really nice on the skin anyway! Another bonus is that it's soft enough to use around your eye area. The N/D towelettes look like fishnets, as someone mentioned, but with tinier gaps. I don't think they have a textured & non-textured side, but they have Vitamin E to ease dry skin. A certain someone who wrote his/her opinion about ODF mentioned that there aren't any available for sensitive skins. While it's true at the moment, I believe that Olay is coming out with one - try visiting www.dailyfacials.com for more information. I'm guessing since it's American, visiting an American website for the latest info would be the way to go! The towelettes are about 15cm x 10cm or so in size, which I find is a perfect size for a towelette. I know that some people cut them into half to make it last twice as long, and I have tried it myself. I didn't find that it's enough to wash my whole face properly (maybe I just have a big face! but I don't think so), perhaps enough to wash your hands though. I think it has to do with how I fold the towelettes into half, as I will explain below, that makes it too small for me if it's cut. To use, first you grab a piece of the towelette and lather it under a running tap. when it does, fold it into half and start cleaning your face with it. I recommend that you fold it into half first, because of the presence of the soft side. Assuming that it has the lipid thing, then I don't want my *fingers* to soak up the good stuff, I want it on my face! So if you fold it, the side that's facing your face is textured, and so will be the
                          side that faces your fingers as you hold them (N.B. fingers as opposed to thumb). After you clean your face, you rinse the towelette and wipe your face with it again, using the soft side stil. And you end up with a refreshed face! Smooth skin that doesn't feel tight or uncomfortable. Remember to lather on some moisturizer - especially if your skin is dry - within 3 minutes, as skin absorbs better then, and the water will help to retain a bit of the moisture. To me, the Normal/Oily towelettes clean better than the Normal/Dry one. I bought the N/D ones as well, because during the winter months, my skin can get very dry. The N/D ones don't lather up as much as the N/O ones, and they don't scrub my face as well either, so I don't feel as "clean". Nevertheless, if you find that scrubbing your face can be a bit too harsh, then perhaps you could go for the N/D ones. Fragrance is very delicate, and my skin has not yet reacted to it. Then again, I don't have sensitive skin. They cost about AUD$12 for a pack of 30 in a nice plastic container, and AUD$10 for refills of 30 as well. Do I think it's good value for money? Well, I suppose so. If it really does make my skin look as though I go for a facial regularly, then I suppose it will. Does it make my face look as though I go for facials regularly? Can't say - I don't go for facials. However, since using ODF slightly more than a month ago, as well as Olay's Total Effects moisturizer, I do feel that my skin feels and looks better. I use Total Effects mainly for my pores, not because of mature skin (I'm 20, so I've got a bit of time left, still). Every now and then, I still do use my old cleansers, scrubs & toners - just to go back to something that I'm familiar with. Also, I guess it makes me feel more ... "pampered", if you will. ODF is like a quick wash that does everything for you. While it's good if you'
                          ;re in a rush, or live a very hectic life ... perhaps someone will agree with me that when you want to unwind & be pampered, there's nothing like going through the good 'ol old-fashioned way of cleansing, scrubbing, masking, toning & moisturizing as a "complete" skincare regime :)

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                            I started using these cloths about a month ago when I went on a long-haul flight to the States - I thought they would be very useful for freshening up whilst on the plane and that once I got home I would revert back to my old cleanser. Well I didn't! I've found these cloths to be excellent. You get approximately a month's supply in a refillable plastic container - the normal price for these can be as high as £6 but I managed to buy mine from Superdrug for £2.99. They do seem to have come down in price lately. The cloths have a slightly ridged surface but are fairly soft. You lather them up under the tap and simply wash all your makeup off in one go - they even remove mascara. Once you have taken all your makeup off, you simply rinse the cloth under running water, then rinse your face and throw the cloth away. I suffer from fairly oily skin and can be prone to spots but since using these, my skin has never looked better. Also I have noticed that when I dry my face on a towel, the makeup has completely gone. Sometimes when I used my previous cleanser, when I dried my face there was still a residue of makeup left. You can buy refills which you simply put into the original plastic container and carry on from there. They do cloths for normal skin and also oily skin, which are the ones I have bought. When using my previous cleanser (Liz Earle) I would have to apply the cleanser to my face, wet the muslin cloth, wipe off the cleaner, rinse, dry and then apply toner whereas these cloths are very quick and convenient to use; just wash and your face is completely clean. They probably work out more expensive than a regular cleanser, but when you add in the costs of cotton wool, toners etc., they may not prove to be that more expensive. I would highly recommend them!

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                              A few months ago I wouldn't have touched these with a bargepole: A few tissues coated with soap in a huge imposing box and at a disproportionate cost. Retailing between £6.00 and £7.00, they really were a tad overpriced. It seems that Oil of Olay have finally come to their senses as I keep seeing them on offer everywhere I go. They are currently priced at £2.99 at Superdrug and that's much more my cup of tea. There are two types depending on your skin type. Being a dried up old minx myself, I went for the normal to dry ones. So, now I've tried them and I must say I'm rather impressed. I did a kind of blind testing and didn't look at my reflection until I'd finished! I was wearing make-up and had had a long day in London so couldn't have been much grimier. I followed the directions, taking one towelette out of the box. It feels dry to the touch, as you add water when you want to use it rather than risking it dry out in the pack if you don't use it quick enough. The tissue is quite unusual, perforated and quite small - about half the size of a normal tissue. Also it's crossed between material and kitchen towel. It lathers up very well and you wash your face like you would with a flannel. I was amazed that it didn't make my eyes sting and felt nice and soft. As I wasn't going to look in the mirror until I was done, I made sure my whole face had had a good going over! All done. then... Ta Da! I took a peak, expecting panda eyes and streaks of make-up. BUT NO! Not a trace of eye make-up, no redness and no tight feeling. Now that's pretty good coming from a right fuss pot! I still don't like the box as it's quite bland and takes up a lot of room, but I might just take a few of the tissues in my sponge bag when I next go away. If you were thinking of trying them at all - ther
                              e's no better time to pick some up than now - so make sure you get a bargain!

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                                I'm sick of wasting my money on eye make-up remover, cleanser and toner, but I also love washing my face with soap and water. However, I'm also lazy and sometimes collapsing in bed wins over scrupulously cleansing, toning and moisturising. After being intrigued for months about these cleansing cloths, I finally took the plunge and bought my first packet. And I'm glad I did. All you have to do is wet the cloth, wash your face using the rough and smooth sides, and you make up (even mascara) is gone and your skin is clean and clear. Perhaps I've got skin like an old boot, but I could even wipe around my eye without worrying about any stings. I hate strong-smelling products, so the light aroma is great too. It might seem expensive at £5.99, but most cleansing products cost at least £20 altogether, so you get to save money as well as time!

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                                These cleansing cloths aim to provide a combination of cleansing, makeup removal, gentle exfoliation and conditioning in one