Belfast Telegraph

Friday 19 December 2014

Five Best: Face wipes

Beauty writer Kerry McKittrick chooses her five best face wipes

Vitamin E Gentle Facial Cleansing Wipes, www.thebodyshop.co.uk. £6.00
The Vitamin E range from The Body Shop has been protecting skin from premature ageing since 1977. These wipes are perfect for travel or the gym as they do everything from cleanse and remove impurities to moisturise.
Vitamin E Gentle Facial Cleansing Wipes, www.thebodyshop.co.uk. £6.00 The Vitamin E range from The Body Shop has been protecting skin from premature ageing since 1977. These wipes are perfect for travel or the gym as they do everything from cleanse and remove impurities to moisturise.
Boots No. 7 Beautiful Skin Quick Thinking Wipes, www.boots.co.uk. £7.00 These wipes are gentle and even remove waterproof mascara. The packaging is great too – a proper resealable packet means they will never dry out.
Johnson's Make Up Be Gone Refreshing Wipes, www.superdrug.co.uk. £3.05 Another gentle cleanser as you would expect from Johnson's, these wipes are designed to get rid of impurities and refresh skin. Often featured in reduced offers it's worth stocking up to grab a bargain.
Ella Jane Celebrity Organic Face Wipes, www.heavenskincare.co.uk. £7.30 Formulated by Deborah Mitchell, the brains behind the bee venom facial, these wipes are made with organic cotton and contain apple pectin. The result is a thorough, refreshing cleanse making these perfect for the summer.
Clearasil Vitamins & Extracts Cleansing Wipes, www.superdrug.co.uk. £2.32 Perfect travel companions for those with problem skin. They get rid of oil and dirt and contain vitamin B3 to help with spots.

 

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