Today I will be reviewing cotton pads from Innisfree. To know more about this product and how it fared for me, keep reading.
Price: INR 70 for 80 pieces
Innisfree cotton pads consists of 100% non-fluorescent cotton that causes no irritation and consists of soft non-woven fabric. It can be used to apply skin toner or cleanse your skin.
100% cotton/nonwoven fabric (polyester, nylon).
How to Use:
Soft cotton pads which is 100% non-fluorescent, pure cotton with soft pelt. Multipurpose cotton pads that can apply skincare products or cleanse.
My Experience with Innisfree Eco Beauty Tool Cotton Pads:
These cotton pads do not come in any fancy packaging. 80 cotton pads are housed in a white cardboard box that has cellophane over it. On top of the cellophane is a sticker with all the information in English.
The box has perforations from which a tab can be opened to reveal the cotton pads inside. Since it is a cardboard box and the tab does not close down completely, I would not recommend it for travelling. However, some can be placed in a smaller, clean airtight box for the same. It resembles a tissue box, although the tab can be opened all the way on the top.
While at the counter in Innisfree, I spotted these cotton pads and decided to pick them up as I needed some. I had already tried these once before when I received them in a complimentary kit. I was surprised by the inexpensive cost.
These cotton pads are rectangular in shape and are quite thick. The middle of the cotton pad is compressed cotton; it does not have individual layers that can be separated. They have two distinctive sides. One side is slightly textured, whereas the other is same as the inside and is quite soft. The textured side may be used with products that are not meant to be completely soaked up by the cotton pad, like a makeup remover.
Coming to the usage of these cotton pads, they can be used for a myriad of purposes. The most obvious one is removing makeup. It does an excellent job and does not feel rough or harsh on the skin. I use it by simply soaking it with a makeup remover. For removing eye and lip makeup – like mascara and liquid lipsticks – I keep the cotton pad over the skin for a few seconds and then wipe it off.
Most of the makeup transfers in one go onto the cotton pad. It can also be used to apply toner to the skin. I have also used it for applying a liquid exfoliant such as BHA. However, these cannot be used for creating a DIY sheet mask. Most thick cotton pads have multiple layers, but this one does not. So you will not be able to pull apart the layers. All in all, I really like these cotton pads.
Pros of Innisfree Eco Beauty Tool Cotton Pads:
Soft on the face, does not tug or pull at the skin.
Thick in size.
Can be used for multiple purposes.
Has two different textures on both sides.
Applies toners well.
Removes makeup efficiently.
Cons of Innisfree Eco Beauty Tool Cotton Pads:
Cannot be pulled apart into individual sheets.
Packaging is not airtigh.
IMBB Rating: 4.5/5
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Innisfree Eco Beauty Tool Cotton Pads?
Yes to both. These cotton pads are versatile and can serve different functions. I would definitely repurchase these as they are affordable and would last me a long time. Although I wish they would make the packaging slightly better. I would recommend it to anyone looking for inexpensive and good quality cotton pads. It is rightly said, a girl can never have enough cotton pads. So, stock up on these.
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