Sainsbury's Basics Cotton Wool Pads Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's makeup
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Make Up Remover / Subcategory: Pads
Newest Review: ... item is one of them. The product: There are 80 pads in a pack which cost just 49p. (Sainsburys Fairtrade cotton wool pads ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Cotton Wool Pads Reviews (11)
by daisylee3 - written on 26/11/12
When it comes to cotton pads I am not particularly fussy about which brand that I use as long as they are decent quality and a reasonable price. Saying that though I do tend to stay away from worryingly cheap cotton pads because in my experience they are rubbish quality to the point of being unuseable. This is a review of the Sainsbury's basics cotton wool pads which retail at 49 pence per pack of eighty. My boyfriend picked 2 packs of these up for me when he did the grocery shopping and I couldn't believe the price! The cotton pads come stacked on top of each other in a thin, transparent plastic packet. The branding as you'd expect for such a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I of course like to buy some things on the cheap where possible, so when I saw these cotton wool pads on Sainsburys for 49p for a pack of 80 surely enough they knew they were going to be bought. I initially bought them with the intention of using them for removing nail polish but since they have proved to be much more useful in other ways! They come in super basic packaging of a thin plastic casing in the shape of a cylinder. At the top the can be torn open along a perforation but has drawstrings at either side to pull it closed so all the wool pads don't fall out. Being of the basics brand they have the minimalist white label with an orange border but seeing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Yet again I am writing another Sainsbury's review about their basic's range of products. I've tried food and drinks and now I'm starting to switch and save money on my household, cleaning and beauty products. I'm going to start with Sainsbury's basic's cotton wool pads. Priced at only 54pence for a pack of 100 i thought this was a bargain. And to be honest i wasn't expecting them to be very good at all. The cotton wool buds come in a tube shaped plastic bag which have string ties at the top, so once you have opened the packet you can easily pull the strings away from each other to close the pack. This stops any fluids, dust or dirt getting into the packet and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Cotton wool and cotton wool pads is something I really do get through in one way or another, whether it be that I'm using them for the removal of my make-up or simply for the removal of nail polish which is why when I saw this cotton wool stack of 100 pads priced at 54p I decided to give them a go! The Packaging: Long see-through and white plastic tube effect packaging with the pads lined up inside it in single file. On the front in orange writing I'm told they are Sainsbury's 'Basics'100 Cotton Wool Pads 'Padded nothing added' and then there are some circles scribbled on there for decoration. Other information on the back of the packet includes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
I know you've all been waiting with bated breath for the follow up review to my Asda cotton wool pads article. I promised you an equally thrilling look at the Sainsbury's version, and here it is! Sainsbury's Basics Cotton Wool Pads are available from Sainsbury's and cost 54 pence. This is the same price as the Asda version. For your money you get approximately 100 cotton wool circles which can be used for any purpose, including removing make-up, applying face cream, or even cleaning spectacles! The pads come in a clear plastic bag with a drawstring at the top. The bag has the familiar 'Basics' colours of white and orange on it, but it doesn't look ... Read the complete review
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