Additionally, Neutrogena is challenging people to #WipeForWater:
This Earth Month, Neutrogena® Naturals is partnering with The Nature Conservancy to save water. Take the #WipeforWater challenge and pledge to clean your face without using water — and only using Neutrogena® Naturals Purifying Makeup Remover Cleansing Wipes — for 3 days!
My initial impressions? I really liked the wipes after using them for several days. They were easy to use, had a lovely smell, and did a good job removing my makeup.
After a week? I still liked using them for the convenience, but I realized that (for me) it's important to use a wash cloth, water, and cleanser. I think the wash cloth is especially important because it helps exfoliate. So I definitely liked the product but don't think I would use it every day.
Good for the environment? Well, that's what they say. There were a lot of details on the packaging about how they were made in an environment-conscious way. So that's good, although it's not always my primary consideration when purchasing a product. (Don't hate me!)
This brand over another? I've used a similar product from Oil of Olay for years now when I travel. The Oil of Olay wipes are a little more "wet" which I prefer. Some of the Neutrogena wipes were almost too dry, which felt a little harsh on my skin at times. Also, I did a little price comparison at the store and found both products on the shelf. The Neutrogena wipes were $2 more and you get 5 fewer wipes. For that reason, I don't know that I would purchase them again unless I felt that some of the other aspects of the wipes (paraben free or something) was more important—or perhaps if I had a coupon.
#WipeForWater: I'd definitely encourage you to accept the challenge. If nothing else, it made me realize how long I leave the water running while I'm washing my face, which just isn't necessary. :) You can sign up here.
I received a free sample of this product for testing purposes from Influenster. This did not affect my thoughts as expressed here.