Facial wipes review

Hi everyone,

I hope Monday was kind to you, I’m working a long shift today but looking forward to a mid-week day off, even if it means I have to work the weekend. It’s payday so I’m happy about that and it’s nearly July which means my birthday, and Swansea Vegfest are getting closer and closer.

Today I have a skincare review for you, it’s been a while, and I have a lot more to come (once I’ve tried everything). I am going to be reviewing two brands of cruelty free facial wipes.

The first is Sainsbury’s sensitive facial wipes with aloe vera. These wipes are unscented but they do have a bit of a cool scent to them. They are great at removing make up and grime and left my skin feeling fresh and clean. I paid £1 for a pack of 25.


The second is Superdrug’s tea tree facial cleansing wipes. These wipes contain tea tree oil for purifying and reducing bacteria, and peppermint oil for a refreshing feel. The scent is very strong and they are quite powerful. I would advise staying well clear of your eyes when you use these. My face was left feeling very clean and clear, with a tingle from the peppermint. Despite my sensitive skin the wipes didn’t cause a reaction and I believe they are helping to clear my face. I love these, and while they are a little more expensive at £2.99 for a pack of 30, they perform something that regular wipes can’t and I am happy to pay that price.


Hope you’ve had a fantastic day, let me know your favourite cruelty free cleansing product below.



Published by charmoflove

I blog about vegan and cruelty free products.

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