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Tree House Cleansing Makeup Wipes | Review

Removing makeup is an essential part of skin care routine, and if it's not cleansed properly/deeply it can cause skin issues (break out, uneven skin etc). While cleansing makeup is essential, finding the right product that should not only clean the skin deeply, but should also be gentle on the skin to prevent from rashes, breakouts, redness etc.
Tree House Makeup Wipes

While we have a number of cleansers to cleanse the makeup, makeup wipes come handy on the days when you are in a rush or too lazy. What I look for in a good makeup removing wipes are:
- Should be soft & gentle on the skin
- Should be wet enough
- Should remove makeup instantly without me rubbing hard
- Should remove waterproof makeup

I was sent Tree House makeup removing wipes a few weeks back to test them out with a waterproof mascara. I was amazed to see the results when I used it for the first time. BUT, I had to give it another few shots to check about allergic reactions. Thankfully, there were not after multiple uses. Coming to the wipes, not only it removes the makeup easily, but it also removes the toughest waterproof mascara & gel liner effortlessly without rubbing it hard. 

It claims it removes all the makeup, dirt & impurities and leave the skin moisturized.
I'd agree!! It didn't make my skin dry after using it. My skin feels squeaky clean and moisturized.

It also says:
- Leaves no residue
- With exfoliating aloe vera
- Safe for eye lids


The wipes are not super soft because it exfoliates too, but they aren't rough on the skin either. When you clean, you'd feel it's exfoliating as well. They didn't irritate my skin or eyes, neither made the skin red or I had any reactions. They are my go-to makeup wipes to clean makeup in no time. 
They are Dermatologically tested, hence it's good for every skin type.

Best part, it's locally available and is for PKR 300 only. They are available at all the leading super markets.
Find them on Facebook HERE

Have you tried these wipes? If not, you should definitely!

Rabeeyah



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