Reusable Makeup Remover Pads and Wipes
Reusables are an easy and sustainable way to clean up your beauty routine. Choose from organic cotton or renewable alternative reusable makeup remover pads and cloths.
We know that wet wipes are bad for the environment, not to mention our sewer system, but cotton rounds are fine right? They aren’t as natural as you may like. Not only are pesticides and fertilisers used in the growth of the cotton, but more chemicals are then used to bleach them and create the smooth round pads you buy. While they may be biodegradable, cotton rounds are a thirsty product. It takes 10,000 litres of clean drinking water to produce 1,000 cotton rounds. We think our water should be used a little more carefully, so why not switch to reusables?
Reusable cotton wipes and pads are easy to maintain and easy to use. Choose organic options that are grown responsibly and without harsh chemicals. Plus, you will save money within a few months. Don’t forget to use a small sealable mesh bag to pop your dirty pads in. Then you can simply pop the bag in the washing machine. Depending on your needs, there are a multitude of textures and shapes available, these are just a few of our favourites.
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LastObject are on a mission to create eco friendly reusables that really do the job. Their latest offering is a clever little round you’ll love. Each one is made from renewable materials, 70% sustainable sourced (FSC) wood fibres and 30% cotton fibres that are too short for the textile industry to use. Once renewed with a little water, they are softened and ready to use. You can store 10 in the handy plant based plastic case. They are ideal for travelling or popping in your washbag for the gym.
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