I am going to travel in a couple of weeks, so I decided to buy some travel essential products which doesn’t weigh much and serve me well. I purchased some wipes from the brand Kara to try them out and if they worked I will carry them in my travel bag. Currently, I am trying the Kara MakeUp Remover Wipes which I’m going to review now. I bought their toning and refreshing wipes too. I will try them and review them soon. 🙂
Price- Rs 85 for 10 wipes Rs 175 for 30 wipes
HOW TO USE:
1 Remove one wipe from the pack and gently rub it around your face and neck
2 Be gentle around the eyes and make sure to not wipe your eyes
3 Properly dispose of your wipe
4 Reseal the pack to ensure freshness
My Experience with Kara MakeUp Remover Wipes
The Makeup Removal wipes come in a plastic pack containing 10 or 30 wipes. In my case, I have ordered the 10 wipes first to kind of try and see how this will treat my skin. The pack is very traveler friendly as it is small and hygienic. At first, I thought that the smaller pack would not be having a proper lock, but it has a tape like opening and locking which is sufficient for 10 wipes.
The packet says that it has seaweed and lavender in it. Yes, it has some lavender kind of fragrance.
The wipes are of viscose fiber which doesn’t get torn while removing makeup. The wipes are wet and have some serum in them which doesn’t make my skin dry. This can be used by dry skin people as well as oily skin people as it has the appropriate amount of serum.
It is mentioned in the packet to be gentle on eyes. When I try it on my eyes, my eyes started stinging. So I immediately wash my eyes with water, From that day, I never use this on my eyes. I rather use natural coconut oil to remove my eyes. For the rest of my makeup, I use these wipes. For traveling purpose or coming back home late at night, these wipes serve us very well.
Removing makeup with these wipes is not tough as they are damped in serum and they don’t require harsh rubbing into skin. After using this wipe, if I am home, I wash my face with face wash and then moisturize. But if I am not home, I only wipe my face to kind of freshen up.
- Dermatologically safe
- Contain seaweed and lavender
- Affordable price
- Easy to carry for travel
- Viscose fiber wipes
- Damped into serum
- Removes face makeup easily
- Hygienic packaging
- Contain Paraben
- My eyes started stinging on removing eye makeup
Would I Repurchase or Recommend?
For removing face makeup while traveling and freshen up your face, these wipes are totally recommended. But for eye makeup, I strictly don’t recommend this.
I would rather not repurchase this.
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