When using the Microfibre Make-up Eraser, You’ve got to have somewhere to hang it to dry it before next use, unless You wash it, which You will then need to hang it on a clothesline preferably, as bathrooms get very closed in at some points of the year. The Original MakeUp Eraser is vegan, hypoallergenic and dermatologist approved. As I’m a one-time, one-wear Person, I also only use My cloths once unless pressed for one and then I’ll use the other end. I personally have ten on the go.
I wash them with all My other Microfibre Cloths, with a good quality washing powder and disinfectant like tea tree oil or eucalyptus oil. The consistency changes over time but the towel remains intact and operative. I’ve had My originals five years and they are going strong. I prefer them to the Enjo kind, as they are less expensive, and less bulky-padded wise (thick). My skin is fine and silky. It needs polishing like porcelain not scrubbing like a freaking tyre.
I never used My Enjo one for My face. I used it to scrub the weird melted hair off after nair-ing, or on My feet. I’ve still got it and now I use it around the Home for cleaning. It’s superb at that. I remember it costing a bomb and My Friend ordered it in. But I was supporting My Friend’s Business/Spending Habits.
Like if You support Me, You are supporting what I purchase with My money or if I choose to invest it. Bottom line.
It means I buy less product as I don’t use any disposable towels or remover on My face and…
LIGHTNING ERUPTS – means You aren’t putting a toxin on Your skin. Because do You really know what that stuff does to You? Well, I can say I have made a safe bet going for a towel with warm water and elite skin care products.
These towels get grease from surfaces, if used for cleaning, with water only, so of course they are going to work if You think about what the principle of make-up and skin is! Nothing could be safer. Removing dead skin cells also.