One of my Halloween makeup looks this year was this modern take on mermaid makeup. I went all out for this look, glitter, liquid lipstick, eyelash glue, the works! And as usual, after every makeup look, comes the dreaded part of taking it all off.
Luckily Johnson’s sent over their Facial Wipes, so I decided to put them to the test! But before we get into the video, here’s what makes these wipes so great:
- JOHNSON’S Facial Wipes remove 99% of make-up, including waterproof mascara
- Wipe for every skin type (Normal, Dry, Combination and Sensitive)
- Gentle ingredients
Johnson’s embraces the power of gentle skin care, which is great for me as I have sensitive skin. The wipes are perfect for removing makeup so no harsh rubbing is needed to take off your makeup. These wipes are also alcohol free so it won’t dry out your skin and leaves your skin feeling refreshed and soft, and the non-abrasive cloth like wipe is gentle and works effectively. No wonder these are the #1 selling wipes in SA, and they’re super affordable at a special price of R44.95.
The Johnson’s facial wipes comes in 4 varieties for every skin type:
- Refreshing Facial Cleansing Wipes for Normal Skin – Removes 99% of makeup including waterproof mascara. Enriched with skin loving minerals and leave your skin feeling clean and refreshed.
- Moisturising Facial Cleansing Wipes for Dry Skin – Removes 99% of makeup including waterproof mascara. Preserves the skin’s natural moisture levels to protect against dryness.
- Extra Sensitive Facial Cleansing Wipes for All Skin types – Remove 99% of makeup including waterproof mascara. 100% fragrance and alcohol free, these dermatologically tested wipes provide gentle care for sensitive skin.
- Clear Skin Facial Cleansing Wipes for Combination Skin – These have a 3-in-1 action that cleanses + removes makeup and waterproof mascara + purifies. Oil-free and enriched with vital minerals.
Watch me put these wet wipes to the test in my latest youtube video, and don’t forget to follow Johnsons Skincare on Facebook to stay up to date with what they’ve got going on.