Lit from Within: What Are You Using To Remove Your Makeup? Natracare #organicbeauty

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

What Are You Using To Remove Your Makeup? Natracare #organicbeauty

Product provided for review.  All opinions are my own.
Hello, Fireflies!

The more I get into makeup, it seems that the lazier I become in taking it off.  I have become a huge fan of the makeup-removing wipe!  I've tried lots of different kinds, at lots of different price-points, but this is the first one I've come across that was organic.

The first thing I noticed about these wipes was the packaging.  It's made from an interesting crinkly material that doesn't feel like any other packaging I've come across - and it has information about the lot and best used-by date.

I was also impressed that they listed which ingredients were organic.  Even though there are a lot of difficult-to-pronounce words here, these wipes are made from all natural ingredients.  Natracare’s Organic Cleansing Make-Up Removal Wipes are free from formaldehyde releasing preservatives, synthetics, chemicals, parabens, and sulfates.  Dermatologically and opthamalogically tested for all skin types, they are non-irritating and formulated for sensitive skin

If you're going to remove makeup, first you need to have some on.

I am really loving these Colour Pop shadows and lippies.  They go on and STAY on.  I did this eye look with just one shadow and a black liner, and they wore like iron.  Same with the Colour Pop lippie.

Colour Pop shadows
Here's everything I'm wearing:  Ageless Derma Pressed Mineral Powder Foundation, It Cosmetics Hello Lashes Extensions, Sally Hansen clear lipliner, MUFE Matte Liquid Ink liner, Colour Pop LBB lippie, Colour Pop Shadow..(maybe it's So Quiche?), Temptu concealer wheel, Model In A Bottle setting spray, ELF cream blush Showstopper, Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powders, and Too Faced Bulletproof Brows in Brunette.

The Natracare wipe is a good size, and it's thick enough to be able to use both sides comfortably.  It does have a unique scent.  Kinda herbal - maybe chamomile?  It's not offensive, though.

And, use both sides, I did!  Like modern art, I think.  Makeup Face Deconstructed.

I didn't even feel like I had to rinse off anything when I was done, either.  My face felt clean and soft - and you can see that all the makeup is on the wipe - not on my face!  Even though I did have to work a little to get that black liner and mascara off, you can see that my eyes aren't red or irritated.  I can't stand using a wipe that makes my eyes sting.  What's the point?

Natracare makes other products, too, like feminine products and baby wipes. For more information, you can find Natracare on their website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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