Thursday, 9 January 2014

The Cleanse Off Mitt | Review

"Stop me if you've heard this one before" would also have been an apt title for this blog post as practically every Irish beauty blogger has been posting rave reviews of the Cleanse Off Mitt but I wanted to add in my two cents after using and loving it!

Cleanse Off Mitt

New to the Irish market, the cleanse off mitt is made of microfibre, is reusable and machine washable.  What makes this so innovative is that it requires no cleanser, you just run it under hot water and use it as you would a muslin cloth. Amazingly, it takes off every last scrap of make-up. Here it is after an average make-up day for me. Yes, I wear a lot of mascara. Don't judge!

Cleanse Off Mitt

I used this all over Christmas; when I've stayed with relatives away from home and didn't want to lug cleanser around with me and when I've gone on nights out with the full works- heavy eye make up, contouring, foundation, lipstick..everything! It worked for all levels of slap and is officially a miracle product! I make a point of always taking my make-up off and to be honest I rarely use cleansing wipes although there are plenty of times when I am just so tired all I want to do is fall into bed but I force myself to do the whole cleanse-tone-moisturise thing. Since the mitt came into my life I can indulge my laziness without compromising the condition of my skin so I'm recommending this to everyone! 

Cleanse Off Mitt

At the moment you can find the Cleanse Off Mitt online on beautyemporium.ie for the bargain price of €5 and it will be coming to pharmacies soon. With regular use and washing, the life span of each mitt is three months and it has a little hoop on the bottom of it for hanging up to dry in between uses so is fairly practical. 
So basically, it's affordable, good for your skin, easy and quick to use, handy for travel or using in the gym and Irish made. What's not to love!
Have you tried the Cleanse Off Mitt yet?
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*Press sample, gratefully received but all opinions my own, as always :)

14 comments:

  1. Haven't tried this but have the Nima mitt versions. Need to pick up a new one so might have to get this x

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    1. I have the NIMA mitt but haven't tried it yet! Must compare the two actually! X

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  2. I haven't made up my mind about this yet - my habits are not easily changed ;) but totally agree, amazing if you need to travel light!

    alex @ pinkelephantbloggin.com

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  3. Love the Look of this...I have to admit I do sometimes reach for the babywipes when I'm feeling lazy so this looks amazing and so afffordable for 3months use, really need to get my hands on this x

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    1. You should definitely try it if you're a fan of the wipes Mary, it's so handy!

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  4. It really is brill but I still double cleanse with it! x

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    1. Really? I find it takes all my make up off, haven't needed to double cleanse at all but I do use toner as well so maybe that helps :)

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  5. I still can't believe this,must definitely buy it to see for myself
    Clodagh x
    Here Comes Clo

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  6. I'm intrigued, I really want to try this now! Five euro is a great price, especially if you can get three months use out of it.

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    1. It's such good value, especially when you consider how much a packet of wipes are and this is obviously much better for the environment too as well as your skin!

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  7. Every Irish beauty blogger has been posting rave reviews, but we know for sure but all your opinions are your own, as always! :-)

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