The Original MakeUp EraserThe Original MakeUp Eraser® Makeup Remover Cloth
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What Else You Need to Know: The Original MakeUp Eraser is a premium, patented, 100 percent polyester cloth that is antibacterial and great for sensitive skin. It’s double sided to erase makeup with the short-fiber side and exfoliate the skin with the long-fiber side (side with the tag). One MakeUp Eraser is equal to 3,600 makeup wipes and is re-usable and machine washable up to 1,000 times.
-Wash: Machine wash hot and dry with your towel load. It’s fabric-softener- and dryer-sheet-safe.
-Wet: Soak in warm water. The warmer the wetter the better.
-Pro tip: Use in sections and wash approximately one to two times per week.
-Erase: Use the short-fiber side to erase makeup in gentle circular motions.
-Exfoliate: Flip to long-fiber side (side with the tag) to exfoliate the skin. Continue in gentle circular motions.
-Machine wash before first use to activate fibers.
Elexsis McCarthy, founder of The Original MakeUp Eraser, launched the brand in 2013 after discovering a way to remove all her makeup with no chemicals, no oils, JUST water.
“One day it finally hit me, I had not used or purchased a single makeup wipe or removal product in over 10 years! I knew this was something I needed to share with the world.”
Having an entrepreneurial mindset and a passion for sustainability, Elexsis began to formulate a better, softer and plusher material than the one she had been using. The result was a perfect blend of a premium, antibacterial polyester that contains millions of tiny hair-like fibers that work as a suction cup to pull all makeup up and out of the skin. Seven years later the brand remains family oriented, selling in some of the largest retailers in the world.
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