Any woman knows: Putting on makeup can be a lot of fun. Playing with new looks every day can enhance your creativity and even make you feel better about yourself overall. What isn’t fun? Having to remove it all before you go to bed.
While it’s important to remove your makeup each night (you know, so that your skin doesn’t get oily or break out in zits), it can be a huge pain and time suck—especially if you’re using sticky makeup wipes that tug or pull at your skin or cotton balls that seem to get fuzz everything.
In fact, taking makeup off is so annoying that you might even forgo the whole process altogether to avoid it. (Hey, we won’t judge—we’ve totally done that on numerous occasions!)
Besides it being frustrating, some of those cleaners contain toxins can irritate your skin, especially the ones on the cheaper side. So even though you’re removing your makeup, you’re not really doing your skin any favors. On top of it all, disposable removers like these are bad for the environment and can get pretty expensive over time.
Life would just be so much easier if there was a way to remove your makeup—a process that was non-toxic, relatively painless, sustainable, and reusable.
Introducing the Face Halo, a revolutionary new way to remove your makeup.
Face Halo is a chic-looking pad that contains innovative HaloTech fibers (which are 100 times finer than a human hair, according to the FaceHalo website) that really dig deep into your pores to remove the makeup.
Here’s how easy it is: You simply wet the Face Halo with warm or cold water, and gently wipe it on your face. That’s right, no chemicals and no need to tug or scrub—the fibers work at with just a simple touch. It’s soft on your face and much more absorbent than your standard face pads. Plus, it’s reusable so it’s much better for the environment and you only have to buy one.
As a bonus, the Face Halo is easy to clean, too—just pop it into your normal laundry load and all that debris will come off in just one wash, ready to use again. It’s honestly the most efficient makeup remover out there.
A mom of three, Lizzy Pike, is the founder of the new innovative makeup remover. All she wanted was an efficient and safe way to remove makeup, but it didn’t exist.
“It was tedious, too messy, and often she wasn’t sure what exactly was going on her face,” Face Halo explains on their website. “Lizzy’s 15-year background in fibre technology inspired her to create a solution – a makeup remover that ticked all the boxes: effective, non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and cost-efficient.”
Best of all, you can snag the Face Halo for just $22 on Amazon right now. And if we didn’t convince you, you can read the rave 5-star reviews from happy customers everywhere.
Do you struggle with finding a decent makeup remover? Do you think you’d try the Face Halo?