Makeup wipes have gotten a reputation for not only being bad for your skin’s pH, but also harmful to the environment. But over the years, more and more reusable and eco-friendly makeup-removal options have popped up to replace makeup wipes for good.
From fiber cloths like the MakeUp Eraser or the Face Halo that require only water for fast and easy removal to cleansing balms like the Soko Glam Living Cleansing Balm or the Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm that break down makeup while moisturizing the skin, we try some of the best makeup removers on the market that are less harmful and wasteful than makeup wipes.
Products used in video:
Face Halo, $22
MakeUp Eraser, $20
Ponds Cold Cream, $5.59
Bioderma Micellar Water, $14.99
The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm, $9.99
Then I Met You Living Cleansing Balm, $38