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BEST MAKEUP REMOVER TOWELETTES

When choosing which makeup remover is best, we always look for three main characteristics: It takes off everything in one swoop, it won't clog pores and won't leave gross, oily residue on our beloved pillowcases (so not good for the complexion). And it appears that PremiumWipes.com readers feel the same. They chose these 8 eye makeup removers, micellar waters, cleansing waters and makeup-removing wipes as the best of the best:
Perfect for traveling, working out or lazy nights, our Top 8 list of facial wipes comes ready to work and multi-task, cleansing, moisturizing, removing makeup, exfoliating and firming, all at once and all-in-one. Using natural ingredients and vitamins, facial wipes are a quick, easy and refreshing boost for your skin. Gentle and non-drying, these conditioning cloths are like insta-facials for life on the go.

Pond’s Moisture Clean Makeup Remover Wipes
Pond’s is a classic name in skincare, and their makeup remover wipes are a great option. One of the best things about these wipes is that they are exfoliating, which means that while they work harder to clean your pores of dirt and makeup, you don’t have to. Pros: •Exfoliating factor: Most people seem to love the “invigorating beads” because they feel that the beads do a much better job of removing makeup, dirt, and dead skin, all while cleaning pores. Pond’s Moisture Clean Makeup Remover Wipes •They also love that not both sides of the wipe have the invigorating beads. Having a smooth side means that people can use the other side of the wipe to clean around the more sensitive areas of the face, such as the eyes, without worrying about skin irritation. •Several people commented that they love the smell. They describe it as refreshing, yet not overpowering. •Many people commented that the wipes leave their face feeling clean, but without that grimy, heavy residue that some wipes tend to leave. Pond’s Moisture Clean Makeup Remover Wipes Cons: •One of the biggest things that people seem to wish were different is the closing mechanism on the package. Currently, Pond’s provides only a sticker for the user to seal the package, but as we are all aware, a sticker can only be opened and closed so many times before it is no longer effective. People complained that the wipes would begin to dry out after a certain period of time because they could not properly seal the package anymore. •Not everyone is crazy about the invigorating beads, as a few described the exfoliating side as “too rough” or “abrasive.” If your skin tends to be overly sensitive, this may be something you will want to consider before purchasing.

Aali Naturals Facial Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes
This is a great option for a makeup remover wipe with natural ingredients. No need to worry about harmful chemicals, Aali Naturals makeup remover wipes are nontoxic, only the best for your beautiful face! Pros: •People love that the ingredients in these wipes give them the ability to remove makeup from their eyes and other sensitive areas on the face without experiencing any stinging or burning sensations. •The wipes also provide for easy removal of difficult makeup, such as waterproof mascara. Aali Naturals Facial Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes •They do not contain harsh chemicals or fragrances that can be irritating to those with sensitive skin. Multiple people commented that because of the ingredients they contain - aloe, chamomile, coconut extract, etc. - their faces are left feeling clean and refreshed, and they don’t feel the need to wash their face again after use. •Users also feel that they are getting their money’s worth for these wipes, as the order contains 6 packs, each with 30 towelettes. Many reported that they preferred these wipes to some of the more expensive brands. Cons: None that I could find, which is why this product made our list of Best Makeup Remover Wipes

Symphony Beauty Makeup Remover Wipes
Several reviewers first got their hands on these cleansing wipes through Ipsy.com, the makeup subscription service that provides samples of makeup products Apparently, once the subscribers ran out of their initial samples, they had to have more. Pros: None of the reviewers had negative feedback about these wipes, so that is an obvious reason it has made the list of Best Makeup Remover Wipes. Symphony Beauty Makeup Remover Wipes Pros: •One of the biggest things that stood out to me was that people with hypersensitive skin even loved these, saying that they were gentle enough even for them. •People also loved that, while the formula was gentle, they were also able to remove all makeup with ease. •Symphony also offers different scents, including Grapefruit, Aloe, and Cucumber, which most people seem to like as well, describing them as “refreshing.” Cons: None that I could find!
Simple Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes
Because micelles are attracted to dirt and oil, they are able to clean the skin without drying it out, which is why reviewers seem to love this product. The Simple brand also carries a great reputation that seems to hold up to users, making it an obvious choice for our Best Makeup Remover Wipes list. Pros: Most reviewers report obtaining a deep clean due to the micelles. Dirt, oil, makeup, and other impurities are removed from the skin and people love that they are not left with tons of chemicals on their face at the end of the day. Simple Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes •It does well at taking off all makeup. For removing particularly tough eye makeup (waterproof mascara especially), the manufacturer does recommend holding the wipe over the eye area for a few seconds, then gently removing it. These wipes also seem to work for those who have overly sensitive skin. A few users reported having sensitive skin, but did not experience any problems with this product. •These wipes do not contain any artificial fragrances or color, which can be much friendlier for those who have sensitive skin (or a sensitive nose). Simple Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes Cons: •One user did report suffering from what sounds like an allergic reaction from the wipes (although I am no doctor). After prolonged use, she said she experienced a burning sensation on her face, and even a few red, puffy patches. It does not sound like this happens to everyone who uses these wipes, but is something to be aware of if your skin tends to be hypersensitive.

Miss Landson Makeup Remover Wipes
These are not your typical makeup remover wipes. The most common wipes are disposable after one use, but these are machine washable and reusable. The cloths are made out of a “new” form of microfibre, meaning that the fabric is uber soft, will remove your makeup effectively, and claims to keep your skin soft after use. 12. Miss Landson Makeup Remover Wipes Pros: •Machine washable and reusable cloths are great for the environment, as they create much less waste. According to the manufacturer, these cloths can be reused up to 1,000 times, and can be washed with the normal laundry cycle. And, of course, reusable means you are saving money in the long run. •The cloth does not use any chemicals. It needs only to be soaked in warm water before use. •Claims to be effective on all types and forms of makeup, including eye makeup and even waterproof mascara. Many reviewers have backed up this claim. •Most users report not having to scrub too hard with the cloth like they all thought they would have to do because it can remove makeup with such ease. Miss Landson Makeup Remover Wipes Cons: •A few people still did report having trouble removing waterproof mascara. It is possible that it depends on what mascara you are using and that some are easier to remove than others. •Some people also do not like that their makeup actually stains the cloth, even after putting it in the washing machine. Additionally, users need to do a fair amount of cleaning the cloth after each use as it is, which may not feel hygienic.

Alba Botanica Hawaiian 3-in-1 Clean Makeup Remover Wipes
The scent of these makeup remover wipes from Alba Botanica will transport you to a Hawaiian beach with a tropical breeze blowing. They smell great, and work great. Alba Botanica’s Hawaiian makeup remover wipes leave your face feeling soft and nourished, not to mention clean of any makeup residue. Alba Botanica Hawaiian 3-in-1 Clean Makeup Remover Wipes Pros: •In terms of making life more convenient, these wipes are all about that. The “3-in-1” refers to that they complete the makeup removal process, then act as a cleanser AND toner all in one! So for those who really hate washing your face with soap and water, but still want to keep your skin healthy, this may be the perfect product for you. •These wipes appear to work well with those who have sensitive skin. One user reported that her skin sensitivity is sporadic, but some makeup removers have been known to leave her skin raw at times. Thankfully, she has not had this issue with these wipes. Alba Botanica Hawaiian 3-in-1 Clean Makeup Remover Wipes Cons: •Not everyone cares for the scent of these wipes, which appears to be a fruity/pineapple scent. If you are sensitive to stronger scents, this product may not be for you. •Some people have reported that these wipes are not as effective as they would like them to be on eye makeup, such as waterproof mascara.

La Fresh Makeup Remover Wipes
I think most women love a product that not only makes life easier, but can be taken everywhere with them simply BECAUSE it makes life easier. Thus the reason we cram as many travel-sized toiletries as possible into our purses, and said purses are always so heavy all the time (no matter how much downsizing we do). La Fresh makeup remover wipes La Fresh makeup remover wipes are not only portable, but the individually wrapped packaging is great for slipping a few of these into a bag or purse without having a big, crinkling package of wipes to drag around with you. La Fresh Makeup Remover Wipes Pros: •One of the biggest reasons that people love this product is because of its packaging. Each wipe is packaged separately, making life convenient for two reasons: o1) Being able to throw a few in your purse or travel bag without taking up a ton of precious packing room is always a huge plus, and; o2) The wipes don’t dry out quickly. So if you tend to buy in bulk, or just go without using them for a while, chances are pretty high that they’ll still be in perfect condition whenever you do decide to use them. Reviewers also love that the wipes make quick work of all makeup - including waterproof makeup - and it is not necessary to work too hard at wiping it off either. La Fresh Makeup Remover Wipes •Many people also commented on the size of the wipe, saying that it is the perfect size - big enough to get all of the makeup off your face without having to turn to another one to finish the job. Cons: •The only complaint that people seemed to have about this product was the fragrance. For those who tend to have a sensitive sense of smell, this might not be the best product for you.

Garnier SkinActive Clean Plus Purifying Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes
If you haven’t heard, charcoal has become all the rage in skin-care products lately, but with good reason. Charcoal is the ingredient that works to draw dirt and other impurities out to the surface of the skin. One other thing to note: according to Garnier, this makeup remover wipe is best for those with oily skin. Garnier SkinActive Clean Plus Purifying Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes Pros: •Several reviewers reported that the wipes do an excellent job at getting rid of excess oil and of mattifying the skin. They also do a great job at removing makeup and dirt from pores. Some will use these even if they are not wearing makeup, but just want to feel clean after a workout or long day. They report feeling refreshed. Garnier SkinActive Clean Plus Purifying Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes Cons: A few reviewers did not care for the smell of these wipes. One described it as a “very strong alcohol smell.” If you tend to be more sensitive to smell, these many not be the product for you. •Some reviewers felt that these wipes dried their skin out too much. It is possible that, because they are meant for oily skin, those who experienced this might not have had as much of a problem with overly oily skin in the first place.




BEST BABY WIPES

Which wipe you choose will depend on your personal preference. The differentiating factors include: level of wetness, texture, durability, scent, eco-friendliness, natural ingredients, and disposable versus reusable. Before you’ve wiped a baby’s bottom, it’s hard to know how much texture you’ll need for those messy ones. Many families try out a few brands before finding their perfect wipes that aren’t too wet and aren’t too dry, aren’t too rough and aren’t too smooth.
We asked thousands of PremiumWipes.com families about the baby products they love the most. We took the most popular wipes they shared with us and added our own research and insight.
Flushable? We want to point out that some wipes do indeed market themselves as "flushable" or "septic safe." These particular wipes do tend to decompose a bit more readily than others, but we want to be clear that any baby wipes can clog your toilet, pipes, and sewer main, particularly at intersections and turn points. This applies regardless of how a company markets their product. In other words, we suggest always placing your dirty wipes in the garbage.
We think you and your babe will love at least one of these wipes!
Bloom Baby Jumbo Sensitive Wipes
These are very new to the baby wipes market, and are by far the best available. We first tested these for our 2016 list and were were amazed by how great they were. They smell great, they are durable and soft, they are large enough for several passes over a dirty bum, and the company making them (Bloom + Kind Inc) takes "sensitive" very seriously. They are 98% natural, without any of the harsh chemicals found in many wipes (like sodium lauryl sulfate, alcohol, chlorine or ammonium), but still contain an effective antimicrobial to make sure things are getting clean down-under. Made in the USA, these wipes are not only sensitive, they are also hypoallergenic and have never come into contact with nuts, wheat, or gluten. In our tests, even the most sensitive bottoms didn't show any signs of irritation or diaper rash after a few days of using these wipes, which is a pretty good testament to their effectiveness and sensitivity. The texture of the wipe is soft and flexible, with a little bit of stretch so they don't tear very easily. The texture is one of the best features: while most other wipes are smooth, this one adds a simple texture that helps immensely with cleanup! With pee, cleanup was extremely easy. With a poopy diaper, we folded them in half to ensure there was no break-through, and they were very effective. They are jumbo-size wipes, so even after folding them in half there is plenty of surface area to wipe effectively while keeping hands clean. We also liked the resealable packaging, which made it easy to keep the wipes fresh and moist without too much hassle. In our test, we only found one minor negative: when you pull out a wipe, the next wipe comes out of the package a bit too much before letting the first one come loose; if you leave it there without sealing it back into the pouch, a decent portion of that next wipe will dry out after a few hours. This isn't much different from any of the other options, and we're grateful that the next wipe is indeed coming out in the first place (which is more than we can say for some other options!). Overall, these are the best baby wipes on the market right now, especially given the relatively low price per wipe.

Water Wipes Baby Wipes, 99.9% Water
When our boys were babies these weren't an option yet, which is unfortunate because parents absolutely love them. In our testing, we found these wipes to be the least irritating for sensitive bottoms, a good thick quality with a tiny bit of texture to help clean-up, and a great scent. That scent is grapefruit seed extract, which is .1% of the ingredients; the remaining 99.9% is just purified water on a cotton and wool wipe. That little bit of extract does something great - it gives it a pleasant subtle smell and also helps with clean-up. Other baby wipes contain all sorts of chemicals, many of which we cannot (and do not care to) pronounce. These are chemical-free, hypoallergenic, and are really great at reducing the risk of diaper rash. Our reviewers thought they worked really well and did a great job of clean-up. They also commented that it was nice not to have your hands and baby smell like chemicals after a diaper change. There were a few cons, however. First, the wipes were a bit harder to pull out of the package than the competition; on the one hand this is great because you won't accidentally pull out more than you need, but on the other hand it makes it difficult sometimes during a messy clean-up. We suggest pulling out 2-3 wipes before unfastening a soiled diaper! Also, because this is a water-based option, the water tends to settle a bit at the bottom of the package, making the top wipes less moist then the bottom ones. There are a few ways to solve this issue, but the one we found helpful was to simply turn the package over once in a while to get the moisture moving throughout the wipes. Finally, we didn't find them quite as good as the Bloom wipes for cleaning up the messy stuff, but if you're looking for something that truly is just a cotton wipe with water, then that's a reality you'll need to deal with! Overall, these are excellent wipes for parents who want the best and most sensitive wipes for their baby. 

Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes, Hypoallergenic Perfume-free
These were the go-to wipes for three of the five moms who did this hands-on test. All of them swore by these wipes for their mildness, softness, thickness, durability, and scent. And you can't go wrong with the price either when you but them in decent quantity. You only need one wipe to get the wet jobs done, and likely 2 to get the dirty jobs done. That's because you can wipe then fold and wipe again. Not many other wipes are capable of that without worrying about things soaking through the wipe and getting on your hands. They are about 20% thicker than the Pampers Natural Clean variety, by the way. We also liked how they are very moist which makes clean-up easier. Some options like the Target Up&Up wipes are somewhat dry and rough. The Huggies sensitive are similar to these but not quite as thick, so even though they are cheaper you end up using more. Now for the negatives. First of all any sensitive wipe just isn't going to clean as well as the non-sensitive version; for example, the Pampers Baby Fresh wipes clean better than these, but they're not sensitive and don't do as good of a job preventing diaper rash. Second, we found these among the most oily wipes on the list. What we mean by that is they leave a thin oily film after wiping, which we are assuming is glycerine or another moisturizer. Nothing terrible, but in comparison to the Bloom or Water Wipes, it's worth mentioning. So if you're looking for a great, thick, sensitive wipe without any strong odors, the Pampers Sensitive is the right choice. If you prefer something a bit more natural, go with the Water Wipes. Note that the old Pampers Thick Care Sensitive wipes were even better than these, but they were discontinued a few years ago.

Babyganics Extra Gentle Hand, Face, and Baby Wipes
Babyganics has a great line of gentle baby products, including top-rated sunscreens, baby washes, and now baby wipes! In our testing, we thought these wipes were soft, sensitive, durable, and effective. In most cases, we didn't need to double-up on these to clean up a dirty diaper, which is more than we can say for most other wipes on this list. We also found them to leave a nice moist residue without any oily film left on the hands or bum, which is more than we can say for the Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes (below). They also seemed to be very gentle on even the most sensitive cheeks and bums, and we didn't notice any increase in diaper rash or other symptoms of sensitivity. Not so surprising given the high quality, fragrance-free sensitive ingredients, including chamomile and several natural seed oils. The packaging was a little awkward to work with, and we couldn't find anything larger than a pack of 40 wipes, which is great for travel but means you're replacing them frequently around the home. There are pros and cons to that: pros are that the wipes tend to stay moist throughout the package without needing to periodically flip the package over, and it makes for a nice travel pack for your diaper bag. But the cons include the environmental impact of trashing the old packaging every few days, and not being able to purchase in relative bulk (which we believe is one aspect keeping the price high). We also didn't really like the odor. We got used to it with time, but the lack of fragrances made for odd smelling wipes, likely from some of the seed oils. Not a bad odor per se, just a little off-putting. We also don't appreciate the misleading connotation of the Babyganics branding, which suggests organic products (which they are not). In any event, if you can handle the price and want an excellent and highly effective (but maybe a bit smelly) baby wipe, this is definitely a great option for you!

Amazon Elements Sensitive Baby Wipes
These are new to the market, and are getting some excellent reviews from consumers. This was our first year trying them out, and we were very impressed! These wipes are marketed as sensitive and high transparency for ingredients and ingredient sourcing. The wipes contain about 98% purified water, chamomile flower extract to help soothe sensitive skin, two cleansers (one derived from coconut oil, one unnatural), some pH balancers, and some preservatives to reduce bacteria growth. Note that one of the preservatives is phenoxyethanol, which is also in the Pambers and Huggies, and a potentially irritating ingredient. They do not contain any parabens, alcohol, dyes, phthalates, methylisothiazolinone, and a few other particularly harmful ingredients. So in terms of ingredients, they are quite similar to the Pampers and Huggies. They are also similar to the Pampers in terms of odor (or lack thereof), size, texture, and effectiveness. In our tests, we really liked these wipes and think they are on par with the Pampers. However, they were a bit on the thinner side, which was the only drawback relative to ones higher on this list. But overall pretty great for the price, unless you want to move toward a more natural wipe alternative, like the Water Wipes or Seventh Generation wipes. We also want to point out that Amazon is using a unique feature with these wipes: each package has a QR code that you can scan to learn about the sourcing of ingredients in the specific pack you're using. A clever way to increase the perception of transparency, but not certain why it's particularly informative to know whether your chamomile flower extract came from Texas or Indiana. Our package used fibers from China, though to be fair they wouldn't be able to sustain these low prices if they sourced polyester and viscose locally. In any case, we found these wipes to be very effective, soft, and durable, and a great addition to our "best of" list. Will they move up the list in the future? Perhaps, but first let's see how the long-term manufacturing and quality assurance go!  

Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes
These are a direct competitor with the Pampers Sensitive wipes, and they do quite a good job in that role! One big difference 2 of the 5 moms noticed was the smell. Though they are fragrance free, there is a faint odor that 2 moms mentioned as a negative; the other 3 didn't notice it. The odor is a bit of a chemical smell, though we have found them generally very sensitive on bums. The sensitivity is due to them being paraben-free, fragrance-free, alcohol free, hypoallergenic, and very thick. But they do have some other concerning ingredients, including cocamidopropyl betain (an irritating cleaning agent) and phenoxyethanol (a preservative/bactericide); these ingredients have a relatively low allergen profile, but your baby might show sensitivity to them. To be fair, the Pampers wipes also contain phenoxyethanol, and some other potentially concerning ingredients. They do include some aloe and vitamin E to promote soft skin and healing of any mild skin irritation. Two of our moms said these were their go-to wipes, and they loved them. They are thick, durable, soft, and the moms reported no issues with diaper rash. They are a bit less oily then the Pampers, they don't leave the same slight film on your hands, which is good. Note that Huggies also makes a Simply Clean variety, but they are not hypoallergenic and didn't seem quite as thick.

Seventh Generation Original Soft and Gentle Free and Clear Baby Wipes
You can trust Seventh Generation to produce high quality, safe, natural alternatives to major brand baby wipes. These are the original Seventh Generation wipes which had a brief pause due to the release of the Thick and Strong version, which were not well-received by consumers. The Thick and Strong wipes were nice and thick, but people did not like the coarse texture or lower durability. So Seventh Generation brought back these original Soft and Gentle wipes, and we're really happy about that. Like most others on this list, these wipes are free of dyes, parabens, fragrances, and alcohol. They are also hypoallergenic and sensitive for baby bottoms. For cleaning it contains coconut acid and citric acid, and to keep things sensitive it contains aloe. It also has some natural preservatives. Our moms noticed that these wipes had a pleasant odor, a nice texture, and they felt good about using something with ingredients derived from natural sources. So why is it not higher on our list? Well, two primary reasons. First, they are not as thick as many of the other options, and one of our moms said that some poop was able to get through during a dirty clean-up, so they had to use more wipes than they wanted to. Of course, this increases the cost when you're required to use more wipes for a single cleaning. Second, given that you have to use more, you would want them to be less expensive. However, they are a bit more expensive than the Pampers or Huggies options, and nearly as expensive as the Water Wipes. Overall, these a great option, and if the cleaning effectiveness were a bit better, they would definitely top the Huggies Natural Care. If you're looking for a wipe you can feel good about, with a great ingredient profile and very low sensitivity, then we definitely suggest these wipes over the Pampers or Huggies. If you're willing to compromise a bit on ingredients in favor of cleaning effectiveness, then go with the Pampers of Huggies. 

Kirkland Signature Baby Wipes, Hypoallergenic, Unscented
Anyone who has been to Costco has seen the Kirkland Signature, the mid-range house brand that has been making consumers happy since 1995. These were a big surprise for us; not one of our moms was a Costco customer, so they hadn't seen these wipes before our test. There are a lot of good things going for these wipes. They are hypoallergenic, alcohol free, unscented, made of renewable resources, and contain aloe and Vitamin E to help moisturize and sooth irritation. We thought they were very soft, thick, and absorbant. Like the Huggies, however, 3 of our moms noticed an odor that wasn't as pleasant as the Pampers or as non-existent as the Water Wipes. Though these wipes are free of alcohol and are listed as hypoallergenic, they do contain some unfortunate artificial preservatives that some moms report are harsh on bottoms. Note that a few years ago they were even worse, so some kudos to Kirkland for improving the safety of their wipes. Overall, these are truly good thick wipes.