As you know, I quite like using cleansing cloths on occasion because they're very convenient! You can just grab one and take it on the go- they can be used anywhere, you don't need a sink and warm water and a wash cloth and a bottle of cleanser. This one can be used for all your face cleansing needs, which is an added bonus.
My little sample came with five cloths. I have used three so far! They smell like cherries to me, even though there is no cherry in the ingredients. I guess it is just the combination of many fruit essential oils. Either way, these cloths smell really good!
I was surprised at how small the cloths are- they're much smaller than any other cleansing cloth I've used before, which I didn't like. However, I used both sides and it did the trick and I was able to remove all my makeup and mascara too! As promised, I wasn't left with dry skin afterwards.
I like the fact that these cloths are made with 99% natural ingredients. They're paraben-free, sulfate-free, alcohol-free and free of synthetic fragrances! What I don't like? The price tag! I know natural brands are usually more expensive, but these wipes are out of my price-range at $17.99 for 30, especially since I wash my face twice daily! I love the basis of the company and I think the product is great, but I won't be purchasing these cloths in the near future unless they go on sale!
|kaia Cleansing Cloth|
Julep's Hayden after much anticipation. It went on the nail very matte, and I added a topcoat for some shine. It is BRIGHT neon orange. Like Alyson, this polish chipped very easily and was short lived on the nail. Thus far, I have not been at all impressed with Julep's quality- e.l.f.'s polishes are much cheaper and last way longer. Pictured above is two coats and a topcoat.
This colour is awesome for summer and I got a few compliments on it! I just wish it didn't chip after the first day of wear :( I will definitely use it in a pedicure once I get a tan!