what is it?
The Cleanse Off Mitt is a microfibre makeup removal tool! It can quickly removes all makeup, SPF, oil, and pollution naturally. It can even remove mascara, and it’s false-lash safe!
The Cleanse Off Mitt is designed to remove all traces of makeup with just the mitt, ie no cleanser is needed. It is also ideal as a pre-cleanse option before your regular double cleanse with PreProbiotic Cleanse.
Place your hand into the Mitt, just add warm water and remove all makeup/pollution etc from the face. It’s easy-peasy, environmentally friendly, sustainable, and super-skin friendly, too.
Remember it is advisable to change your Cleanse Off Mitt every three months.
Remove your COM from the reusable packaging! Soak the COM in lukewarm water, wring it out, pop your hand in and glide it across your face in circular motions, or in a gentle, outward swiping motion.
Follow it up with a cleanser for the nerdiest double-cleanse.
I never realised how much dirt accumulated on my face every day until I started cleaning it with the COM!
I bought the above and 4 Cleanse Off Mitts. Basically because I am 38 and it appears now that everyone has a skin care regime. Where I did not. Haven't a clue what a double Cleanse or a serum was. I needed something as straight forward as 1234... and that's exactly what I got. So easy to use, clear instructions, tells you what they are for. I swear I saw results over night. Absolutely love all the products I bought. Seeing Sophie White use them really gave me the push. A normal real life relatable person. I'll defo repurchase.
I use the mitt to preclease my face first with just water and it really does get makeup off. Rinses well between uses and washes well.
I bought 3 of these. I'm still kinda nervous using it though as reminds me of using facial wipes (which are the devil). But it works - all the residue gets washed off.
Great product, my face feels so clean after using it! Will definitely be repurchasing!!
The Cleanse Off Mitt is the single greatest investment I have ever made in any beauty product. Face wipes are officially in the bin where they belong.