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Review of Biore Daily Cleansing Cloths

Doing Drugstore: Biore Daily Cleansing Cloths

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While perusing the site, I noticed that many of you are fans of the Biore line of products judging by the high star ratings, and when I noticed the brand's Daily Cleansing Cloths had yet to be reviewed, I knew it was time to add some stars of my own.

Packaged in a sturdy resealable covering, these go anywhere cloths are sure handy for travel and wonderful for those lazy nights when doing the whole face care routine is just not gonna happen. Perhaps a few too many martinis, eh?

These pre-moistened cloths immediately passed my "white glove" (white cloth, in this case) test quite nicely. Black waterproof mascara? Foundation? Peach gloss? Yep, they were all there after a few swipes, without having to do the chafing of the eyes rigamarole. To read more about what I liked/didn't like,

Overall, I think these cloths are pretty swell. At a cost of about 23 cents per use, they are relatively inexpensive and you can't beat the convenience factor.

  • Aroma: Fresh and softly fruity — should not overwhelm the olfactory senses.
  • Cons: They are a tad bit wasteful. After all, I live in the environmentally friendly San Francisco. Also, depending on the amount of makeup you are wearing, one cloth won't do the job.
  • Feeling: Left my skin with a refreshed, soft, and smooth finish without an overly drying, astringent-like effect. Another bonus? They're oil-free, meaning no slick residue left behind. And yet another bonus? They are alcohol-free — even if your night wasn't.

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JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
I really like these. They are so convenient and I really love the way that they smell and the way that they feel.
emalove emalove 7 years
I've used these before on camping trips...they're nice.
summerteeth summerteeth 7 years
These are good for traveling, but I really like my Garnier.
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
uh yeah typo alert, I meant Nutritioniste. :)
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
I really like the Garnier Nutritionise cloths the best. They're fabulous for removing mascara..not always the most simple feat as you all know.
audrina audrina 7 years
I Love these. I buy the one that is for oily and blemished skin with salystic acid in it. They are really great for summer time and around that time of the month when your skin is so oily and acne prone.
juliarose23 juliarose23 7 years
hmm i have used these type of things before, but usually the olay version...
soulight soulight 7 years
I like Ponds version of cleasing cloths, but maybe I should give these a try.
kristina289 kristina289 7 years
these are wonderful when you're in a time crunch, but if you have acne prone skin (like me) nothing can substitute for a good, thorough cleansing before bed...
snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
i love these!!!! my face lives by them when i travel. i agree, they are a bit wasteful for everyday use, but are great for a carry on (thanks to the no-liquid rule). def a must have.
karisaamy karisaamy 7 years
I just really don't like the thought of throwing something away each time I wash my face.
pixelhaze pixelhaze 7 years
What I don't like about any makeup removing wipes is that they make the skin around my eyes sting. I've tried different things so it wont happen but it always does.
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