Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Cleansing Cloths Review

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The Dickinson's  Original Witch Hazel Cleansing Cloths  ($6.99 for 25 towelettes) is a favourite of many, but I hate it! Compared to other brands like Neutrogena ($6.99 for 25 towelettes) and E.L.F Cosmetics ($3 for 20 towelettes) the cloths do not compare. 

There's only one safety seal on the Dickinson's package while there are two safety seals on the E.L.F (see my youtube review) and Neutrogena (in some instances) brands. This exposure to air can dry out the product faster which isn’t a good thing, this means buying makeup removers more frequently and most of all wasting hard earned money. The Dickinson's Cloths are said to be unscented however there is a less than pleasant scent while using the clothes.  Don't get me wrong the product does get the job done, however it takes a lot of hard work to get your makeup off, which should not be the case. I give this product a 2.5/5 which is frankly a waste of time and money. Do yourself a favour and stick to the brand/s you already love. Then again, if trying something new for $6.99 isn’t a big deal you can go ahead and try the  Dickinson's  Original Witch Hazel Cleansing Cloths which has all Natural Witch Hazel, Natural Grain Alcohol 14% and Witch Hazel Extract, Benzethonium Chloride, Sodium Benzoate and  Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice in its ingredients.


NB: I received this product for testing and review purposes. 

                                   
                                                                 Photo taken from walmart's website

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