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Mikyajy Cleansing Wipes

Today’s review is about Mikyajy Cleansing wipes and I love them with the bottom of my heart . I have been using these Cleansing wipes since last year and whenever I get a chance I repurchase and stock up. Enough said now let’s come to the review part… 

 

What Mikyajy says about it?
These
cleansing wipes are designed to cleanse even sensitive skins thoroughly
yet gently in one easy step. Formulated without harsh ingredients, they
leave the skin silky smooth and soft to touch. They are handy for use
at home or when traveling.

The first thing I love about these wipes is that they have got no fragrance and after cleansing it leaves my skin very soft. These are Suitable for all skin types. Whenever I apply my mascara I m bound to make a mistake these are very handy and removes the waterproof mascara like anything. Just one swipe of it and your complete makeup layers are gone. Another thing it comes in plastic packaging so no worries of leakage. Travel friendly and handy in use it has got 30 sheets in it. In the end I must say these are very useful if you are someone like me who is very lazy when it comes to take off your makeup. 

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3 Comments

  • Reply Chrissy April 7, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    I use three different products because I'm that lazy that I don't want to carry any around lol. In my room I have ponds cold cream for sensitive skin. I never EVER need to scrub to get my make up off I simply wipe it away.

    In our bathroom we have neutrogena oil free acne wash cleansing cloths among a ton of bottled cleansers that I wont use at night lol. Pure laziness. Another one we usually have I think is by Olay. We like the cloths that you just wet and lather good to go. Plus you can throw one in your purse if you're staying out all night!

    Then at my boyfriend's house I had quick picked up the E.l.f. studio makeup remover cleansing cloths however, I feel like I have to scrub and my eyes always get a little puffy and red after using them even though I'm gentle with it. I'm going to have to replace them with something better.

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    • Reply Nida Moughal April 7, 2012 at 4:02 pm

      I have used neutorgena oil free too…. I will try out the olay one..

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