Disclosure: I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes and an honest review. The following opinions in this post is 100% my own.
We are often choosy about the cosmetic products we put on our face. We should also be careful with the products we use to remove our make-up because the ingredients used to make them can affect our skin too.
I love Neutrogena’s skincare products but I had never tried Neutrogena Naturals make-up remover cleansing towelettes. So when Influenster gave me a complimentary pack to try, well let’s just say…WINNING!
These towelettes have been clinically proven to completely remove make-up. Yes ladies, even the tough-to-get-out waterproof mascara. They’re made of 100% renewable fibers and are free of harsh chemical sulfates, parabens, petrolatum, dyes and phthalates.
My first concern was how they would affect my skin. I have sensitive skin and sometimes I break out when I switch products but so far so good. Two sheets completely remove my make-up down to the foundation and it leaves my face feeling clean.
Not only do these towelettes remove our make-up but in a way, it’s also giving back to the environment. Did you know that every time we use a Neutrogena Naturals towelette we’re saving 5 gallons of water? Imagine how much water we can save if we all used these?
There Is A Way You Can Help Conserve Water
You too can help conserve water by joining me and others who are taking the #WipeforWater pledge. When you pledge to clean your face without using water and instead use Neutrogena Naturals Purifying make-up removing cleansing wipes, Neutrogena Naturals will contribute $1 to the Nature Conservancy to support water conservation up to $50,000! Now that’s a great cause worth supporting!
I Want To Hear From You!
How do you help conserve water in your city? Will you consider joining the #WipeforWater challenge? There’s a comments section below so we can dish!
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