Monday, December 5, 2016

Sanicare Antibacterial Cleansing Wipes Review

Sanicare Antibacterial Cleansing Wipes
Bought from: Savemore
Bought for: P27

Claims: Gentle, alcohol-free formula, lightly-scented (Eucalyptus), soft, cloth-like texture for thorough cleansing, quick and easy way to keep your family hygienically clean and protected at home and away, ideal fro instant clean-ups of hands and face, safe for children, refreshes while cleansing

Hola! We have been deprived of internet connection the past few weeks and when it gets fixed, the internet was kind of slowpoke, why. It was so frustrating because I ended up using my money for loading and registering on mobile surf promos every day for the past days. I just can’t live without the internet! Still, uploading photos were too hard as well, the hotspot thingy eats up mobile data so easily, thus lack of blog posts. And while I changed my screensaver to a spinning “ALWAYS BE PRODUCTIVE” sentence, I had to somewhat work my ass of and might as well shop for future to-review products since I am also running out of that one. So if I can’t blog, at least I could buy some products which I can use for the blog in the future. Crisis averted.

Did I say a lot? Oh well, one of the purchases I had is the Sanicare Antibacterial Cleansing Wipes which will be the talk-of-the-town (I meant me) today.

I wanted to buy the biggest size for practicality reason but I settled on the smallest instead because if I don’t like it, what would happen to the money I spent to buy it? Anyway, this is just for trial purposes and the first time I use a cleansing wipe to remove makeup after all. My thoughts? Read up!

As I have said, this is my first time using a cleansing wipe so I can’t really pinpoint the better things about it and how it stands out but I could tell you, guys, the pros and cons of buying this product.

When I compare prices of wipes, Sanicare was the cheapest next to the other popular brand of wipes for kids. I forgot the name. Sorry. However, most say baby wipes instead of cleansing wipes and though there’s not much difference, the labeling still gets through me. The end? I picked up Sanicare. I would say that the packaging is pretty much plain and less catchy than others but the ‘cleansing wipes’ is such an attention-catcher. Also, it’s got a detailed labeling which I really appreciates.

One small pack has 15 sheets of soaked clothes inside so this could last me half a month, one sheet each day. The scent is really refreshing, mild and alcohol-free. When pulled from its pack, you get the soaked clothe that looks cute with the holed design. What I like most about it is that it does not dry to a sticky finish. I remember using a wet wipes before to clean my face and it ended up looking shiny and sticky. Good thing, with Sanicare Cleansing Wipes, I get a clean face that feels so soft and smooth.

I have watched youtubers before cleaning their face with cleansing wipes from high-end brands and they would rave how it’s supposed to stay in their vanity kits because of how easy it is to use as it thoroughly removes heavy-duty makeups in one single swipe. I would pretty much recommend using Sanicare Cleansing Wipes as a substitute to those wipes not just because of how affordable it is, but because of how effective it is to remove makeup effortlessly. I don’t do layered or heavy makeups but in one swipe, I clearly can see one thick layer of foundation on the sheet I use. It’s really a good makeup remover!

I have already finished a pack and I plan on buying the bigger one with 80 sheets for less than a hundred bucks. Using them does not break me out nor irritate my skin. This does not impart a stingy sensation too when applied so it’s really okay for me. Overall, I love Sanicare Cleansing Wipes and would highly recommend it to whatever skin type you have and to those who are in a tight budget like me! Happy blogging!

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