If you’re trying to make more eco-friendly beauty swaps, the Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads have launched as a great alternative to conventional cotton pads. Many brands are launching cleansing pads, as cotton pads aren’t brilliant for the environment and it’s good to see a drugstore beauty brand jump on the bandwagon.
Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads
Priced at $8.99, the Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads come in a pink box with three reusable, washable cleansing pads. Usually cleansing pads are quite small, but these actually look quite sizeable in comparison to most brands.
Garnier Brand Claims:
“These reusable microfiber pads activate with Micellar Cleansing Water to thoroughly remove makeup and cleanse skin without harsh rubbing. The large, ultra-soft pads are easy to use for all-over makeup removal and cleansing. Disposable cotton pads and make up wipes have a negative impact on the environment.
With Garnier Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads you can reduce your cotton pad waste and have a positive impact. Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads last up to 1,000 washes and create 0 cotton pad waste.
They are easy to wash! Hand wash with soap and water after each use. For a deeper clean, toss into the washing machine with your laundry once a week.“
- Remove Eco Pads from carton.
- Wash thoroughly with soap & water before 1st use.
- Use as many Eco Pads as needed to fully remove makeup and cleanse skin.
- Saturate Eco Pad with the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water of your choice.
- Gently swipe eye, face and lip area and continue until make-up is removed.
- Cleaning your Eco Pads: Easy to wash! Hand wash with soap and water after each use.
The Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Eco Pads look really promising, and I really like that they’re big as you’ll be able to remove more of your makeup in one go.
For $8.99, that works out at $2.99 each, and considering they can be used upto 1000 washes each, that’s amazing value, and so much more affordable and better for the environment than cotton pads, and they’re available right now.
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