Together this cleansing duo are a match made in a plastic-free heaven.
Bain & Savon's makeup remover is now even easier to use with our reusable facial wipes
The set contains:
Hot Cloth Cleanser: The soothing facial cleanser comes in semi-solid form and quickly melts into a silky oil-like liquid upon application (similar to conventional eye makeup remover). When mixed with water, the melted oil turns milky and rinses away without clogging your skin's pores, leaving your face feeling clean and smooth.
Gently fragranced with essential oils of rose otto and geranium, the cleanser also contains madder root powder which gives it a beautiful pink colour.
Suitable for all skin typles, the Bain & Savon cleanser is very effective at removing makeup, including waterproof products.
Pack of 5 reusable organic wipes: Dancing Barefoot's new range of face wipes are reusable and sustainable. And they can help reduce your plastic use and waste in an instant. Use them instead of facial wipe tissues and cotton pad rounds - both of which contain plastics and are not biodegradable.
Made of a blend of organic hemp and organic cotton, they're soft and gentle enough to use when cleaning your face. Yet the natural fibres mean they're also strong enough to go through the laundry and be reused... again and again.
Easy Cleanse Kit
Face Cleansing & Makeup removal Set
Hot Cloth Cleanser by Bain & Savon: 60ml packaged in a glass jar
Reusable Facial Wipes, pack of 5, by Dancing Barefoot
(Wipes are made for Dancing Barefoot by Zero Waste Shopper using renewable energy and recycled paper labels.)
Size: 6cm x 6cm
Why use reusable face wipes...
The disposable wipes industry has boomed in recent years and the favourites for many are facial cleanser wipes and makeup remover wipes. However, these products are made of a blend of plastic materials that do not biodegrade and, even worse, form 'fatburgs' blocking up sewer systems and lining riverbeds.
Instead, many of us have reached for cotton wool cleansing pads, which are also very convenient, and because they're made of cotton, sort of ok... right?
Wrong, we're afraid.
Farming cotton can cause huge environmental problems, especially if the cotton is not being organically produced. The chemicals used in the process can pollute nearby rivers and so wreak havoc on local ecosystems and wildlife. And cotton production uses a huge amount of water - some 20,000 litres are needed to produce 1kg of cotton (1 T-shirt), diverting water from surrounding areas and also causing serious damage to natural habitats.
The solution is to source organic cotton products and reuse them to help cut down waste.
Why we love Bain& Savon: Their products are packaged in fully recyclable packaging. They are cruelty-free and don't contain any parabens, SLS or palm oil.