The Cost of Convenience: Embracing Reusable Makeup Remover Cloths

The Cost of Convenience: Embracing Reusable Makeup Remover Cloths

Plastic wipes are facing the wipe-out treatment in the UK, with plans underway to ban these from as early as next year. Whilst this is a positive move for the environment, there’ll also be a positive impact on our wallets as more of us turn to reusable make up remover cloths.

Tackling the Cost Crunch:

While living costs continue to impact families, embracing reusable alternatives is a money-saving tip that isn’t talked about enough. When it comes to make up remover wipes, a reusable make up remover cloth will last over three years.

Unlike their single-use counterparts, reusable make up removers can be washed and reused time and time again, meaning you can wave goodbye to endless repurchasing of disposable wipes and join the fight against unnecessary waste.

We worked out that a single reusable make up remover is 80% cheaper than plastic make up wipes over a 2 year period, allowing you to save money and do good at the same time.

A Green Makeover:

Beyond the money saving benefits, let's not forget the environmental benefits of embracing reusable options. Choosing reusable means you’re conserving resources and lowering your carbon footprint, with less single-use items ending up on landfill. Reusable makeup remover cloths are total game-changers when it comes to the environment and with the looming wipe ban, now is a great time to make the switch.

Skin-Friendly Alternatives:

There’s no catch when it comes to your skin, either. Plastic make up wipes can be harsh and irritating on the skin, due to being full of chemicals and preservatives. Reusable microfibre make up removers couldn’t be more different, needing only water to wipe away even the heaviest and most stubborn make up, making them ideal for any skin type. The soft material also prevents dragging on the skin, so sensitive types don’t need to worry either.

For many of us, plastic make up wipes are all we’ve known growing up, so the potential ban on wipes might finally wake us up to more cost-effective, skin-friendly and environmentally-friendly alternatives!

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