Wet, Wipe, and Wash with the FaceOff Cloth

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When it comes to applying makeup, I really do enjoy painting my face with all sorts of colors and blend everything all together, but removing it? Who doesn’t get lazy?! I was asked to take the FaceOff Challenge with the FaceOff Cloth, and I was really intrigued.

The FaceOff Cloth is a natural, reusable makeup removal cloth that will instantly remove all your face and eye makeup – even mascara, using only warm water.

So, does it work? Let’s take a look!

When it comes to using a cloth or makeup wipe on my face, my main concern usually is the friction of the cloth/wipe breaking me out, especially since my skin is sensitive. But, this cloth is extremely soft yet exfoliating. 

‘In order to show you if it works or not, I decided to “deco” my arm with a ColourPop Super Shock Shadow (which usually wears ALL day for me without creasing or fading), liquid eyeliner (lasts all day on me), and a gel eyeliner. I’ll be honest, I was skeptical that any of these would remove with a simple, soft, and wet cloth. Only wet with water – no cleanser, nothing! And, guess what? After gentle rubbing, ALL of it was removed. I didn’t have to scrub, rewet the cloth, or add any soaps or cleansers at all.

 So, did it work? Very well, in fact. How does it work?!

FaceOff’s secret lies within its unique weave of ultra-thin microfibers, designed to gently lift dirt, excess oil and impurities leaving the skin feeling fresh and healthy. The microfibre technology is hygienic, effective and suitable for all skin types.

This could very well be my new favorite way to remove my makeup because not only will I save money on makeup wipes and make little waste, but it’s super easy to wash and clean too! All I did to wash the cloth was apply a small amount of face cleanser, lathered it, squeezed it as dry as possible, and hung it to dry for the next day! 

What do you think? Will you be trying this cloth or sticking to makeup wipes?

Website: faceoffcloth.com

Press sample. All opinions are honest and my own.

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