Disclosure: I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes and an honest review. The following opinions in this post are, as always, 100% my own.
I’m super picky about my skincare routine, as I have teenager acne in my 30’s (hooray!). I’ve been using apple cider vinegar as a toner, after removing my makeup… but some nights I am trapped under a baby and cannot even get up to wash! It’s kind of awful. I wear, at least, a tinted SPF on my face and mascara every day, I need to remove it- or risk a breakout! Often times, that means waking a baby up, running tons of water to the right temp and then climbing back into bed for sleep- or to recover from that mess!
I have used Neutrogena’s skincare products in the past, and was thrilled to get the chance to try Neutrogena Naturals make-up remover cleansing towelettes– thanks to Influenster! I promptly put them in my night table, at the ready for the next nursing session that ended with a sleeping baby and make-up faced mommy!
These towelettes have been clinically proven to completely remove make-up, even the tough-to-get-out waterproof mascara. They’re made of 100% renewable fibers and are free of harsh chemical sulfates, parabens, petrolatum, dyes and phthalates.
Neutrogena Naturals make-up remover cleansing towelettes completely removed my make up, even mascara- and my face felt really soft! I love that I didn’t wake Millie or waste water with them, although I have to be honest, I still prefer to wash my face and follow up with my homemade toner, when I can. But, really, using these towelettes is a great thing, because every time I use a Neutrogena Naturals towelette I’m saving 5 gallons of water! Imagine how much water we can save if we all used these?
You can help conserve water by joining me and take the #WipeforWater pledge. When you pledge to clean your face without using water and instead use Neutrogena Naturals make-up remover cleansing towelettes, Neutrogena Naturals will contribute $1 to the Nature Conservancy to support water conservation up to $50,000! Follow Neutrogena on Facebook.
So tell me, how do you help conserve water? Will you consider joining the #WipeforWater challenge?