Friday, 4 November 2011

Kleenex Facial Cleansing Products

You have all probably heard about Kleenex's new facial cleansing range that they have brought out by now... But here are my opinions on them!

Kleenex Facial Cloths
- Very quilted and soft. When used wet it feels very heavy and removed my face masks off with ease. It pretty much absorbs anything in sight, so I probably wouldn't use this with a facial toner. When cutting it up in squares to use with nail polish remover it worked well but not as well as cotton wool pads. You get 30 cloths for a mere £1.99 which I think is very good. I will be buying this myself once it runs out, just to use with face masks.

Kleenex Shine Absorbing Sheets - Hands down my favourite product out of the lot! You can see where the shine has come off your face and is very easy to use. Handbag friendly. Love that they are powder-free so anyone can use them without worrying about light powder having to be brushed away. I have actually run out of mine and need to buy a few packs. £2.99 for 50 sheets - Honestly, I would love it even more if I got more sheets or got it for a lower price.

Kleenex Facial Cleansing Wipes - I am still loyal to my Johnsons & Johnsons make-up wipes so I didn't try these out on my face. I did however use them a few times when swatching and felt that the quality of the wipes are slightly poor. It just sort of broke apart quite easily when rubbing (not even aggressively)! It has got a light pleasant scent to it. In a packet you get 24 wipes for £2.99.

Kleenex Eye Make-Up Removal Wipes - Again, I didn't use these on my face but it seems like a smaller version of the facial cleansing wipes. Again, you get 24 wipes for £2.99.

Overall, I can only see myself repurchasing the first two products but I'm afraid the wipes are a miss for me. All the products mentioned are available from Superdrug now but will be available in all leading retailers from January 2012.
Ps. I'd also like to add... I like the packaging of the products, simply because of the masquerade mask!


JadeyLou said...

I tried to find the oil absorbing sheets in my local Superdrug and couldn't find them so ended up picking some up in Boots that didn't have a price on that turned out to be £4 and they are shocking! I am going to have to hunt these down!

Shortiee31 said...

@JadeyLou - Did you look in the skincare section? My local is pretty small but I managed to get some new ones yesterday! :)

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