Whenever I run out of makeup removal pads, I always restock immediately, as they work better than any other makeup removal solution I have ever come across; plus they are a lot neater, and last longer.
I try picking up new makeup removal cleansing cloths whenever I need a restock, because I find that no 2 are alike, and I am a sucker for new products, no matter what they are.
When I found a package of Garnier Nutri Pure Wet Cleansing Cloths, I was pretty happy and could not wait to go home to see how they would work. For the most part, I have always been pleased with products by Garnier; although I am pretty used to seeing Garnier only in the hair care isle, I was happy to see the company branching out into the realm of facial care. I figure it is only a matter of time before they begin to release makeup too.
At any rate, the Garnier Nutri Pure Wet Cleansing Cloths came packaged in a very eye catching green plastic package. The green color was quickly recognized as being a product by Garnier. Inside of the package they plopped in 25 cleansing cloths, which sort of bothered me. Usually I get 30 or more cleansing cloths with other companies, for a much lower cost. This package of 25 cloths came to $5.99, which is sort of high for the amount you get.
Once home, I was able to put one of these cleansing cloths to the test. I was wearing foundation, finishing powder, eye shadow, and eyeliner. Most cleansing cloths have a tough time on my eyeliner, so I couldn’t wait to see how well Garnier Nutri Pure Wet Cleansing Cloths, would work on removing it.
The first thing I noted while running the cloth across my face was that the scent matched nearly perfectly to a bottle of Garnier conditioner I had in my shower. This bothered me a little bit. I understand that Garnier has this distinct scent, but the last thing I want is a cleansing cloth that smells like I’m rubbing conditioner or shampoo all over my face. So there would be my first request for change when it comes to this product; a new scent.
As far as removing my eyeliner though, these cleansing cloths really worked a number. I noticed after just 2 swipes at how much of the eyeliner it removed, and I was pretty happy with the results. As far as my foundation though, it took a bit of man power to completely remove it all from my face, and I was a bit disappointed that the cloth was so small, and I needed to use 2.
All in all though, this is a great cleansing cloth. I would suggest to Garnier that they saturate the cloth more, change up the scent, and add more to the package, because I have to use 2 with each use, and that comes to just 12.5 uses, seeing that the extra one thrown in makes for an odd number. So you get 12 days of use before you need to go out and buy another package.