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Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes Review #WipeForWater @Influenster #spon


I love being an Influenster.  I was recently offered the opportunity to join a new VoxBox program and I was sent a box with a free Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Towelettes product for my use and review.  All opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own.

I was really excited to try these out.  I love using makeup remover wipes before I wash my face because I like to remove as much makeup as I can before washing.  I was really impressed with Neutrogena Towelettes.  Let me tell you a little about the product first.  First off all, I love that they are 97% naturally derived and contain NO harsh chemicals, sulfates, parabens, petrolatum, dyes, or phthalates.  They are not tested on animals either.  They are dermatologist recommended and clinically proven to remove dirt, oil and makeup including waterproof mascara without residue.


I have used the whole package since I got them.  One thing about moistened wipes or towelettes (speaking generally) normally don’t stay evenly moist.  At least in my experience.  By the time I get down to the last few wipes, those last ones always seem to be way too moist and soaking wet.  I was very surprised that I did not have this issue with this brand.  I don’t know how they did it but each towelette was evenly moist.  None of them were overly soaked by the time I got to the end and the ones at the top never dried out.  They had the right amount of moisture in them to remove my makeup without any issues.  I didn’t have to continuously go over the same spots either.  I did have to a few times when removing eye makeup though.  They removed my waterproof mascara and eyeliner after a few wipes.  They still got the job done without any irritation.

The towelettes are soft.  It’s like they are quilted and I was impressed with how well they cleaned.  A little better than the other brand I was using.  Not a whole lot better, but still better regardless.  They have a really good scent to them too.  I am not sure of the specific scent because I didn’t see anywhere on the package specifying but they do smell good – a clean fresh scent.  The package is convenient too.  The top of the package seals back up really well locking in the moisture.  Like I said, I never had a single one of them dry out. 

I only had to use one towel every time I used them except for once or twice I did have to use two.  But for the most part, it only took one.  I never noticed any residue after using them.  My skin didn’t feel greasy or sticky and they didn’t dry my skin out either.  Which is a good thing because my face can easily dry out after cleaning.  They are also pretty tough too, not easy to tear.

Overall, I am very happy with them!  I’ll have to pick some more up at Target when I go this weekend.  If you are interested in picking some up for yourself, you can buy them for around $6.99 a package (25ct) depending on where you shop.  I have to say, they are worth it.

Other info

Be sure to check out Neutrogena’s WipeForWater campaign!

If you are interested in signing up at Influenster, check out my blog post found HERE and read through it to see if Influenster is a right fit for you.  You could possibly be invited to VoxBox programs yourself!

Disclaimer:  I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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About Nicole Anderson

My name is Nicole and I write DustinNikki Mommy of Three. I enjoy writing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years and we have three kids. When I am not terribly busy running someone to band or soccer practices, I find some time to write. I also like to write about my kids, family and life. My family enjoys the outdoors - hiking, canoeing, and exploring things we haven't seen or been before. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!
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