Sainsbury's Cotton Wool Buds Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's body care
Newest Review: ... woven wafts of 100% pure cotton on each opposing end. These buds aren't extremely long in length, and so I find them just as ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Cotton Wool Buds Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/12/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Cotton buds are an everyday essential for me. Something I don't notice how much I use them when I have them, but as soon as I've run out I realise how desperate I need them! From using it with eye makeup remover to tidy my eyeliner, and also cleaning out my ears these are multi-purpose. It sounds weird but I actually prefer the thin, cheaper brands than the bulky cotton buds you get with the Johnson's range! The buds are essentially little plastic sticks, which are the body of the cotton buds and are quite thin and made of polypropylene. The heads consist of tightly woven wafts of 100% pure cotton on each opposing end. These buds aren't extremely long in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
The one thing I get through alot of are cotton buds. I find them to have a few good uses. Not only do I like to clean my ears with them of course but I like them for correcting eyeliner and mascara mistakes and blotting my lipstick with etc. They are handy for dampening and cleaning round the buttons of remote controls as well. Multi-taskers these are so I do like to have a few to hand! The Packaging: Squarish see-through box with a turquoise label that runs over the top and down the sides to secure the box. On the front in white and dark turquoise writing I'm told it is Sainsbury's Cotton Buds, 200 Cotton Buds 100% Pure Cotton Tip. Other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Introduction I usually buy my cotton wool buds from Superdrug, but I saw these in my local Sainsburys for 30p for 200 and couldn't resist the bargain! My drum is actually a square box that is a bit different to the product image above but the cotton wool buds are as they appear in that picture. What I use them for I don't use them much so I imagine a drum of 200 will last me forever! I mostly use them to apply eye shadow or lip gloss if there is no applicator provided. Once I've used a cotton wool bud once, I throw it away as it's not very hygenic to keep using them. The buds are quite thin so you do need to spend a bit more time applying make-up ... Read the complete review
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