• Aquis Essentials Exfoliating Wash Cloth
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Aquasentials Exfoliating Bath Cloth (4 Pack)

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The Paris Presents Woven Washcloth, 07276, helps to ensure your skin is clean and healthy. This soft washcloth exfoliates, removing impurities and giving your skin a fresh appearance. This exfoliating washcloth has a woven design that makes it strong enough to use every day and helps create a rich lather for a deep clean. This soft washcloth is gentle enough to be used on your face but can be used for a full-body clean, as well. Whether being used as a daily washcloth or to remove make-up, the Paris Presents washcloth is a smart choice.

The Paris Presents Woven Washcloth, 07276, helps to ensure your skin is clean and healthy. This soft washcloth exfoliates, removing impurities and giving your skin a fresh appearance. This exfoliating washcloth has a woven design that makes it strong enough to use every day and helps create a rich lather for a deep clean. This soft washcloth is gentle enough to be used on your face but can be used for a full-body clean, as well. Whether being used as a daily washcloth or to remove make-up, the Paris Presents washcloth is a smart choice.

Reviews

Specific BeautyExfoliating Cleansing Cloths, Step 1 at Walgreens.

I use cleansing cloths instead of soap (or cleanser) and water because they're convenient and less drying. I've tried a few brands (Biore, Basis, Pond's) and so far the Olay cloths are the least drying. I don't wear make up that often, but I've found that these cloths are better at removing waterproof mascara than they are at removing water soluble mascara. If you use water soluble mascara you have to close your eyes, hold the cloth on your eye for a bit then wipe under the eye, and repeat. Kind of a pain but not a big deal for me because I wear mascara maybe once a month. I used to use the Sensitive/unscented cloths, and I liked them a lot, but I switched to the micro-exfoliating cloths because they contain niacinamide, a proven wrinkle fighter. I also tried the Olay "Total Effects" cloths in the hopes that the fragrance would be less offensive, but it was just as bad and the cloth felt too soft (I like a cloth that has a little texture and isn't cottony soft.) When I switched back to these I found they'd been changed to a very soft cloth, and are about half as moist. I have to rub hard and they don't clean as well. I've been adding a little water to make them usable. But now the main problem for me is that I'm trying to avoid unnecessary toxins, and most fragrances have phthalates so these probably do, too. From webmd, "Several studies -- both in animals and humans -- have found that phthalates might have some effects on hormones." (A correlation between phthalate levels during pregnancy and "less masculine" play behavior of the boy children from those pregnancies.) So I hate the smell, AND it's probably unhealthful too. I use Cerave lotion PM for niacinamide now (it's great), and I'm looking for a better cloth. I might go back to Dove soap and water (recommended by a dermatologist) or experiment with making my own cloth.