We’ve all dealt with this issue: how to take off the now greasy, worn down makeup at the end of a long night. I admit that I was once a faithful patron of makeup remover wipes such as Neutrogena, or even the generic brand to save a buck. I would pay $5 once a month or so and not think twice. And then, one day, an epiphany of divine proportions saved me from my financial sins.
I discovered that the baby wipes our mothers used to wipe our tiny behinds are actually perfect substitutes for makeup removing cloths. Best of all, they’re way cheaper. If you do the math, one Neutrogena cloth costs roughly $0.25 while one Pampers wipe costs less than $0.03, plus they’re sensitive enough for a baby’s bottom and, by proxy, safe for your face. The more you know!
XOXO, the Chic Cheapskate