I use cleansing oil and bi-phased eye makeup remover for my daily makeup removal, so I can't say cleansing cloths are essential for that. Still, I need some sort of wipes, and quite frequently, too. I don't know about you, but I use a wipe to cleanse my neck on a day I don't take a shower at night. Although I find splashing soapy water on my neck is cumbersome if not in a shower, I still feel that my neck needs something. A baby wipe followed by a toner-soaked cotton pad usually is up for the task.
So naturally, I thought about my neck (rather than my face) when I had an opportunity to try Juicy Bamboo Natural Facial Cleansing Cloths which are infused with vitamins and double as toner.
As you might have guessed, these gentle and refreshing wipes work so much better to detox my neck from the daily gunk and sunscreen residues (disgusting, but it is true). Formulated for sensitive skin, there is no stinging whatsoever, which I sometimes experience from using baby wipes or toner with alcohol.
Kaia Juicy Bamboo Cleansing Cloths smell most natural, too. Maybe something like fresh coconut water with a papaya splash? Juicy but not in a cloying way. My neck feels supple and conditioned after, so I can skip the toner and go right to applying moisturizer.
Kaia Juicy Bamboo Cloths are supposedly multi-functioning (3 in 1) as facial cleanser, toner, and eye makeup remover, so I tried a few of them on my face, of course.
They work well as you see from the picture above.
However, the process is not as quick since I use a waterproof sunscreen, a long lasting base like NARS All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation, and a waterproof mascara.
I myself would very much prefer these wipes on my neck (mainly because it is perfect for the job, but talk about some TLC on my neck), but I assume they are as effective as any micellar water if you wear light makeup and always on the go (there is a travel sized one with individually wrapped wipes, too).
Have you tried Kaia Juicy Bamboo Natural Facial Cleansing Cloths?
Do you like using facial cloths in your cleansing routines?