Thursday, 11 May 2017

EcoTools Muslin Polishing Cloths

I'll be honest, 99% of the time, I'm just washing my face with my hands and some cleanser. I have plenty face cloths, konjac sponges, etc., but when it finally comes time to remove my makeup at the end of the day, I'm usually pretty exhausted and don't feel like putting in any extra effort. However, I've been giving EcoTools Muslin Polishing Cloths* a try, and while I can't promise that these will become part of my daily cleansing routine, they've definitely proven their worth to me. 

ecoTools Muslin Polishing Cloths

This pack comes with two muslin polishing cloths, made of textured organic cotton. To use, apply water and cleanser to your face as you normally would. Then, run the cloth under warm water, lightly wring out, and use the cloth to gently remove your cleanser. This cloth offers light exfoliation, so it's great even for those with sensitive skin. My favourite way to use these muslin cloths is to help remove clay face masks. I don't know about you, but I always find clay masks so annoying to remove. Once they dry, they can be pretty stubborn. I love these cloths because they're much more gentle compared to your average face cloth, but they help to lift off masks, especially in areas that are hard to get with your hands alone, like around the nose. 

EcoTools Muslin Polishing Cloths

ecoTools Muslin Polishing Cloths

You can toss these muslin cloths in the gentle cycle with your laundry, and hang or lay flat to dry. I really like having these on hand for when I do face masks, but they're also great for everyday cleansing use to make sure that you remove every last trace of makeup.

Do you use any tools to help cleanse your face? Have you tried muslin cloths before?

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