My favourite wet wipes of all time – Sephora Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes

These are my absolute favourite wet wipes of all time. I discovered them about 18 months ago at Sephora and I have bought them in bulk ever since.

I don’t cleanse my face with just these wet wipes. I give my face a quick once over with two wipes before following with eye makeup remover, wipe-off cleanser, micellar water, and moisturiser. Doing that means I use less cleanser and especially eye makeup remover. When I have long days in the field and when I am travelling I take them with me to refresh my face during the day.

I like these particular wipes because they are gentle and mild, don’t sting (not even eyes) or leave skin dry, smell gorgeous, and are nicely priced. Sephora have different versions of these like pineapple, green tea, watermelon, papaya, rose, and so on. I don’t have any urge to try any of the others though because I have found my Holy Grail!

Categories: Beauty Products


5 replies

  1. I miss using face wipes, for the convenience! D: If they had compostable ones I’d reconsider 😛

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    • Yes they are a big problem for the environment. Luckily, in Sweden they incinerate all household waste to give us heat and hot water so the wipes don’t end up in a landfill somewhere.


  2. Me too. I absolutely love these wipes. The scent is so subtle and lovely.

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    • I actually make special trips to Sephora just to get these. A few months ago when I ran out I bought some Garnier Micellar ones and they were a very very poor substitute. So now I stock up whenever I can!



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