Neutrogena Naturals Cleansing Towelettes

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In honor of Earth Day, which frankly, should be every day, I’m excited to tell you about Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes; a water-free way to keep your face clean and remove makeup.
neutrogena naturals cleansing towelettes
Join the Neutrogena #WipeForWater Movement.
This year, Neutrogena Naturals is partnering with The Nature Conservancy to help save water. With the western U.S. facing serious drought conditions, this partnership couldn’t have come at a better time. The average U.S. household wastes about 10,000 gallons of water every year and every day, about five of those gallons are used for washing your face. Luckily, Neutrogena has figured out a way to save those gallons and also keep you at your beautiful best.

 

Made from 100% renewable fiber, these soft wipes completely remove dirt, oil and makeup without leaving any greasy residue, so there’s no need to rinse. Personally, I was super excited to try these cleansing towelettes because I have been known to go to bed many a night with a full face of makeup because I rarely feel like going through the process of removing it. First there’s the eye makeup remover, then the regular makeup remover, then the actual washing, OMG! Give me a break. The Neutrogena Naturals Cleansing Towelettes  work great! I was initially skeptical about the no-rinse factor but it’s true, there’s no need for water at all. Which for me means I don’t need to stand at the bathroom mirror to get a clean face. I can do it while watching Friends re-runs. Score!

 

You can join the #WipeForWater Movement and reduce your water footprint by pledging to clean your face without water for three days. Visit the WipeForWater site for water conservation tips and to pledge your support for Mother Earth. For each pledge, Neutrogena Naturals will contribute $1 to The Nature Conservancy. Go ahead! You know you like to do good as well as look good!

 

UPDATE:  After using the wipes for a few days I noticed some rather alarming breakouts so I recommend that you do indeed use a little water to rinse the cleansing solution from your face after use. The wipes still work well to remove makeup but they’re not a true water-free option for me.

 

*I received this complimentary product for testing and review.

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17 Comments

  1. I love facial wipes as a quick way to remove make-up. Even better that they are good for the environment.

  2. I always have a packet of make up wipes in my handbag "just in case" have used this brand before and thought they where good 🙂

  3. A great cause and very inspiring. Amazing product and thanks for your contribution to the Earth!

  4. Oh that is so neat! I never thought about water usage for washing my face! I'm aware when brushing my teeth, you'd think it would have been obvious! And thank you for the link to support water conservation!

    1. Right! It's so much easier to turn off when brushing than it is when washing your face.

  5. I'm going to try these. The water in our house is super harsh, and they have been adding a lot more chemicals to it as of late – you can smell them in the water! So looking for every reason to use as little as possible on my face.

    1. Hard water is awful. I remember when that hair stylist wanted a water softener/filter in his shower and I initially thought he was crazy, but I soon found out it was a brilliant idea.

  6. Right on! I use wipes to get my make up off rather than wash it all off, so I like these!

  7. These look great! I love anything from neutrogena and natural makes it even better!!

  8. I just wrote down not more than 10 minutes ago that I needed to buy some makeup remover wipes. I'll pick these up when I go to the store then. 🙂

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