Sometimes, all it takes to remove makeup is a bit of natural vegan cleanser and some warm water. But, if you’ve really done yourself up with super-glamorous eyes and lips, you may need a little more help taking your makeup off. It’s time like these when a vegan makeup wipe could come in handy.
We searched the web for some vegan and cruelty-free makeup remover wipes to share with you, because we’re anticipating that we might get dolled up in the near future as the holidays approach.
If you too think you’ll be in need of a vegan makeup remover wipe that’s effective at removing many layers of mascara or lipstick, and is gentle on your skin, we think the following wipes will do wonders.
Acure Organics Unscented Argan Oil Cleansing Towelettes
Acure Organics Unscented Argan Oil Cleansing Towelettes are non-irritating, infused with hydrating argan oil, and animal friendly. They’re available online and at Target, and they’re just $6.99 per package.
YesTo Travel Facial Wipes
If you want a super cheap makeup remover wipe that’s good for your skin and kind to animals, check out YesTo’s Travel Facial Wipes. These FSC certified fabric wipes are hypoallergenic, paraben free, and compostable. They come in YesTo’s Cucumber, Carrots, Blueberry, Coconut, Tomato, and Grapefruit lines.
e.l.f. Studio Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths
Another inexpensive, but all natural, vegan makeup removing wipe comes to you from e.l.f., a cruelty-free brand that’s known for amazing products and great prices. These wipes easily take off waterproof mascara, lipstick, and even dirt. They’re perfect for all types of skin, even super-sensitive skin.
We were surprised at how many natural, vegan, and cruelty-free makeup wipes there are on the market. In addition to these three that we found, we discovered Natracares’ Cleansing Makeup Removal Wipes (all organic), Trader Joe’s Miceller Cleanser and Makeup Remover Towelettes, derma e Hydrating Facial Wipes, and Pacifica Beauty Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes. All of these makeup remover wipes are available online, so you can get your hands on them if they’re not sold in your local drug or grocery store.