REUSABLE Makeup Remover Pads in India by Ecodeeds

Aug 2, 2019

Reusable Makeup Remover Pads in India by Ecodeeds


Let' talk about makeup removal.

What do you use for makeup removal? I do not use base makeup but I live in NCR i.e. I am surrounded by a layer of smog and pollutants. I want them off my skin before I carry on with my nighttime routine.

I use natural oil (coconut or almond) or a cleansing oil like Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil or a cleansing balm like The Body Shop Chamomile Cleansing Butter (and currently trying something from SoapWorks). Work with that for a minute or two then wash it all off with a foaming cleanser. 

I hate to use anything other than fingers. 

I do not use anything that can result in tugging of my skin. So, no cotton wipes or cotton balls for me. In fact, I am against the use of anything of these sorts. If you need them for removing makeup/dirt then you simply need to switch to a better makeup remover.

In addition, makeup wipes are a curse to the planet. They choke sanitations systems, as most of them are non-biodegradable. On top of that, most have alcohol to give the refreshing and cooling feel which is not great for your skin.

So, why did I made the purchase since I do not buy anything unless I absolutely need something?

Toners.

While I get my rosewater/hydrosols in spray, I need cotton for using my favorite Pixi Glow. (I already have a backup from CultBeauty but Sephora India is also bringing them here. Let us hope the price is not insane.) 

Currently, for toners, I am using these very thin cotton wipes from Miniso but before they run out, I wanted a better solution. Hence, purchased EcoDeeds Reusable Makeup Remover Pads.

Does it work? Yes but it drinks up more toner. Almost as much as cotton rounds. This is a waste and I do not approve of it.

Maybe I should make my own with old cotton tees? Cut them in squares? Let's see how it will go.

I will find some use of these as well. Do not worry. I will not waste such great products.

Do you know that even their card is flower paper and the belts holding the wipes are made of jute? They are available in Unfactory if you wish to buy from them. (See what all I purchased from Unfactory in my haul post)

If you love to use wipes for removing makeup then go for EcoDeeds. It is better to use cotton than all the random synthetic fiber 'makeup-erasers' that show up on Chinese websites. They are sold for Rs 200 for set of four with the option of four rounds or four rectangle or 2 rounds and 2 rectangles. I chose four rounds set and another set with two rounds and two rectangles.

What do you think?

Wish to give a try?

Love,
Shayoni

Reusable Makeup Remover Pads in India by Ecodeeds
Reusable Makeup Remover Pads in India by Ecodeeds

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