FUN FACT #1:Simple is the United Kingdom’s number one facial skin care brand. I kid you not.
FUN FACT #2: one pack of Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes is sold every five seconds in the UK. Every. Five. Seconds.
This makes me think, beauties. Are we missing out on something here in Australia? Are we not experiencing enough of the goodness that is Simple skin care? With products that contain no artificial fragrances, no added colours and no unnecessary ‘nasty’ ingredients, it’s safe to say we’re intrigued.
That’s why we recently called upon our beloved Trial Team to test out the Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes. Quick and effective at removing make-up, these wipes also claim to be kind to skin. They contain no artificial perfumes, colours or alcohol, you see, which are the most common causes of skin irritation. This makes them suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive. Oh, and they also contain pro-vitamin B5 to help refresh and tone your complexion while getting rid of your make-up, too. Winner, huh?
“The wipes were gentle and did not cause me any irritation, even around my eye area.” – dorme
“It really made my skin feel moisturised and soft… My skin was supple and soft, not drying at all, as promised on the packaging.” – TriedandTested
“It is what it is… a simple product with no fragrance and fuss. It does what it claims to do, which is to remove make-up and dirt, and it works every time – even on waterproof mascara – for me!” – Jurlique Lover
“What stuck out to me most was the feeling these wipes left on my skin – so lightweight yet moist and refreshing at the same time. I will definitely repurchase.”– nadine19
“Another thing that I loved about this product is that it contains pro vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), which has natural abilities to moisturise, soothe, and regenerate the skin.” – Sharrr
“I don’t usually like face wipes; they’re usually far too drying and don’t really remove all the make-up. These were a surprise – my skin actually felt clean afterwards.” – Fibee123
Have you tried Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes? If not, are you keen to? And did you know Simple was so popular in the UK?