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Product Review: Olay Daily Facials Express

Hey Lovelies!

I hope you all had a fabulous Memorial Day weekend. I didn't really do much. I just stayed in and relaxed a lot. It's funny because, I was looking forward to school being over and the summer starting for me-but now that school is out for the summer, I kind of want it back LOL! I guess it's because I am always used to having assignments and stuff to work on. Ahhh, before I know it, the end of August will arrive and school will be back in session.

When I get home from school in the evenings, or when I get home from hanging with buddies at night, I am super lazy when it comes to taking off my makeup at night. Therefore, I am a huge fan of makeup removing wipes because they always come in handy, and if you are lucky-you can find one that does a great job at doing what it is intended to do. I can't tell you how many times I have purchased makeup remover wipes and they would not take off much of my makeup, and/or they were never moist enough for me.

If you all have been avid readers of this blog, then you all know I am in love with the Garnier Nutritioniste Oil-Free Detoxifying Wet Cleansing Towelettes. These babies do it all for me. They smell great, and they are very efficient when it comes to removing all the makeup gunk off of my face. But, as usual I want to keep trying and testing new products that will top the ones that are very high on my list. In comes Olay Daily Facials Express ($6.99). I am not very familiar with Olay skincare, other than their moisturizer so I decided to buy these wipes up since I ran out of my usual Garnier towelettes. I picked up the sensitive skin wipes. Olay also has the normal skin type available as well. I must say, Olay has really impressed me with these wipes. (click all images for larger view).











Pros:
1. Fragrance Free
2. Alcohol Free
3. The wipes are really big in size. One wipe is more than enough to remove everything
4. The wipes are Quilted. I like this feature because the texture helps with the lifting of the dirt and oil on the face and when I see all the remnants on the cloth after I use it, I literally can see all of the makeup that it has removed. I don't even see all of that much makeup removed when I use my Garnier ones...hmmm.
5. My face feels super clean and moisturized after use. Also, it does not leave a sticky film on my face.
6. There are 30 cloths in a pack
7. Contains Vitamin E which is a great moisturizer
8. Dermatologist/Ophthalmologist tested

Con:
The only con that comes to mind when it comes to these Olay cloths is that when I try and remove my mascara or any eye makeup, it kind of causes them to sting a bit. I just try and be really careful not to get the cloth really close to the rims of the eyes, and I remove my eye makeup in a gentle manner.

Overall, I really like these cloths and I will definitely repurchase when I run out. They are very gentle on my skin, these cloths have not caused me to break out, and they do the job of removing makeup fairly well. I am very impressed. I don't know if I can say that they are better than my Garnier makeup remover wipes, but I will say that it's a close call and it's right up there with it.


Have any of you tried these cloths my Olay? Let me know if you have or it not, if you are interested in trying them.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

2 comments

  1. yep, I've tried these they are really good, but I switched to costco kirkland ones because they are a lot cheaper and I use these everyday. Be careful about putting these to your eyes, I get that stinging too!

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  2. I have to go to Costco and check out this Kirkland brand. I heard their makeup brushes are fab as well. Have you tried the famous Costco Kirkland brush set? I am dying to get my hands on that set.

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