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Magic makeup wipe? // Primark PS Makeup Remover Cloth

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Hello everyone!

Today’s post will be all about Primark PS Makeup Remover Cloths. These cloths are supposed to remove your makeup without any product. I tested it out, and these are my thoughts!

By Bubbles and Macaroons


The PS Makeup Remover Cloths come in a pack of 3 makeup “wipes” and it retails at Primark for 4 euros. Quite the bargain! The cloth is supposed to be a dupe for the original Makeup Eraser, that retails at €19,95 which is a lot for a microfiber cloth.

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The microfibers grab onto your makeup and remove it very gently. You don’t need any makeup remover product for this to work. I was kinda skeptical to try this out because some makeup can be very hardcore to remove. I used to use makeup remover wipes or an oily remover with a cotton ball. When I heard that this was out there on the market, I had to check it out. It is much healthier for your skin as the only thing you are using is a soft cloth and some warm water. Also, way more ecological. You can rewash this cloth in the washing machine every week and re-use it again, up to a 1000 times! Much better then all those cotton balls and wipes in the bin.


I tried this product and I became obsessed. For me, this is literally the best way to remove makeup from the skin. Within half a minute all the makeup on my face was gone. You just have to press it onto your eye for a few seconds and a wipe later everything is gone. You can see all the makeup sitting on the cloth. It is so gentle on the skin. With other removers, I sometimes had a tight or chemical feeling on my skin. This feels so natural and good.


I can say that this is a dupe for the Makeup Eraser. It does the job just as well for a much lower price so I can definitely recommend this. It is kinda magical how a simple cloth can do all of this!


Have you tried anything like this before? How did you like it? Let me know in the comments!

See you next time! 

Your Belgian blogger,

xoxo, Tessa

Disclaimer: Not sponsored. I bought everything with my own money. These are my own pictures. All opinions are my own.

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