Facial Cleanse Without the Discomfort
Face wipes sound like a dream come true, except they often leave my face feeling stung and covered in residue. Is there any way to get clean, moisturizing face wipes that don’t cause unpleasant side effects?
Of course! I fully concur. No one likes to experience the odd stinging sensation after using wipes, and yes, it’s likely due to all the chemicals and fragrances used in them. Buh-bye, ugh-now-I-have-to wash!” feeling! Thankfully, there are now alternatives that we can use instead that do not contain any of these harsh toxins or cause unpleasant skin reactions.
Be aware that the paper feels a little crunchy, yet it is filled with some of the world’s finest coconut oil for your skin. It will assist you in removing your makeup—and even more! Consider wiping off mascara or eyeliner; all may not come off on one swipe, but abstain from pressing too hard.
Much like swiping nail polish twice, the second light swipe of this product will effortlessly dissolve away all messes. With that simple but powerful gesture, you’ll be able to get rid of any blemishes and start fresh!
Coconut oil is renowned for being gentle on the most delicate skin, and when used as a face wipe, it absorbs quickly without leaving behind any greasy residue or irritation. In comparison to typical face wipes that are packed with fragrances and preservatives, which can be incredibly harsh on your complexion, this one offers an uncomplicated ingredient list that won’t aggravate sensitive skin.
The goodness of any coconut oil lies in its harvesting and processing methods; if no temperature or direct sun exposure is involved, then the final product will be ideal for your skin.
Deluxe Raw Coconut Cream
Transform your skin with this revolutionary treatment suitable for all types of complexions, from dry and sensitive to blemish-prone. This multipurpose product can do it all: hydrate hair and skin; remove makeup; act as a salve, cuticle balm, or lip balm; and work as an ideal primer that allows you to mix up different powders and pigments.