(Cleanse Off Mitt*)The 'Cleanse Off Mitt' is currently taking the #irishbbloggers by storm. Pretty impressive considering they've barely just launched and it's one of the most talked about beauty items on my timeline. We all love a good Irish product. I'm not going to lie, I was pretty wary at first. The idea that this simple mitt could remove all my make up seemed a little far fetched. 'Just add water'? Hmm doubtful. The mission statement behind the 'Cleanse Off Mitt' is to stop people using baby wipes to take off their make up. For me this is a big no no no so I'm loving their whole 'Say bye bye to face wipes' slogan. I NEVER use make up wipes unless I'm really stuck so I'm always horrified when I hear of people who use them on a regular basis. They're not good for your skins girls. No matter how much they claim to be.
here. Cheap as chips. I'm sure you're all wondering why the price is so low in comparison to the Nima mitt. Well you see 'Cleanse Off Mitt' are determined to keep their prices low so they don't alienate any potential customers. They don't want anyone to miss out which is brilliant. My current make up remover is about 5€ anyway and add the cotton wool to that and it's 6€ every few weeks. So far the mitt is lasting really well and I'm sure I won't have to purchase another for a good while yet. They're meant to last three months.