Tesco Everyday Value Cotton Wool Pads Reviews
Product Type: Tesco makeup
Newest Review: ... pads, (apart from the fact that they are only 49p for 80) is that they never shred or come apart and they are brilliant at ... more
Customer Tesco Everyday Value Cotton Wool Pads Reviews (21)
by - written on 03/04/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I used to just buy cotton wool pads wherever I happened to be shopping at the time whenever I'd ran out of them, so it ranged from Boots and Superdrug, to Tesco, Sainsburys and Waitrose etc. I normally just bought whichever cotton pads looked like the best value, I never bought the cheapest, thinnest ones though I'm not that much of a skinflint. That was until I discovered the organic cotton rounds from The Body Shop, and I've been using these religiously ever since. So why I am now reviewing Tesco Everyday Value cotton wool pads then? Well I'd ran out of my Body Shop cotton rounds, and my husband was calling into Tesco on the way home from work, I asked him to pick me .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
WHAT ARE THEY? Small round cotton wool pads from Tesco. WHAT DO YOU USE THEM FOR? There are a lot of uses for these cotton wool pads. You can use them with cleansers or for applying blemish treatments. I use them mostly for taking off my nail varnish because they are easier to handle than cotton wool balls and do not snag on my nails as badly. They are good for removing eye make up as well because they are the right size and soft but do not soak up too much eye make up remover. WHAT I THINK I buy these cotton wool pads for my own use and think they are very good so I hate having to pay for more expensive ones ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I have a drawer full of cosmetics and skincare essentials and one item that I always have in my drawer is cotton wool pads. I have found this to be a necessary item to keep in over the years due to its versatility and I use them pretty much on a daily basis for one thing or another. I don't spend a fortune on a product such as this as branded products can't be that much different to cheap ones so I always purchase the Tesco Value cotton wool pads when available. For the bargain price of 49p, you get 80 pads in a packet which is excellent value for money and unmatched in terms of price in my experience. The pads are circular, quite thin and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/12 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Introduction: I first want to say that these are now called tesco everyday value cotton wool pads. The packaging is much different to that shown in the image above. I purchased the 80 pack which is smaller than the amount shown above, however it is the same product so that is why I am reviewing. I first tried cotton wool pads a few months back, I had always used cotton wool balls. I use cotton wool to apply my spot cleanings wash over my face in the morning and also before bed. I will now go into more detail on the product. Price: I paid 45p for a pack of 80 cotton wool pads. This is excellent value seeing as other brands cost triple this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
==TESCO Everyday Value Cotton Wool Pads== When it comes to face cleansing, cotton wool / pads / pleats / balls are a necessity for when you want to use either face cleanser, toner, make-up remover etc. This makes the products you are using easy to apply & use. For best coverage you have to try & find the best ones but as cotton wool pads come in hundreds of different brands & sizes, I like to find cotton pads that are cheap, aswell as good quality. For the past year now I have been using skin therapy pads from Wilkinsons, which come in packs of 100 round pads for 70p or skin therapy large oval pads, x50 for 65p. A bit of a bargain, but, as we do ... Read the complete review
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