Beauty fans rave over B&M’s £1.99 facial cloths which remove ‘every little bit of make-up’ using nothing but water

BEAUTY fans are raving about facial cloths from B&M which remove the heaviest make-up using nothing but water. 

Women are claiming the eco-friendly cloths, which can be washed and reused, are saving them a “fortune” after they ditched buying packs of make-up wipes. 

Explaining how they work with just water, the makers said: “The knitted microfibre cloth captures the makeup within the fibres, making your cleansing routine quicker and more gentle on your skin.

“No need for harsh chemicals or soap, just add water!

“Remove even the toughest makeup without any additional products. No soap needed.” 

Sharing their find on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, a beauty fan posted: “Not usually one to post, but these are amazing! 

“I was sceptical but thought it was worth a try for £1.99 B&M. 

“They got every little bit of make up off, with just water and felt lively and soft.”

Dozens of women have commented on the post, claiming they’ve been “converted” by the cost-saving cloths. 

Even get waterproof mascara off

One woman said: “I swear by these! So easy and simple to use and just throw them in the washing machine and they are ready to use again! 

“I save a fortune now not having to buy makeup remover haha!”

Another wrote: “I use these. They do such a great job.”

A third said: “Got them like 2 year go, they're brill! Even get waterproof mascara off.”

This fan raved: “These are brilliant.. I use to buy face wipes but I’m converted. They wash really well too!” 

While another said: “I’ve got some like this love them! saving so much money on buying make up wipes.” 

The pack of cloths cost £1.99 and come in a pack of two, with plain white and pink colours available.

But as B&M doesn't sell online, you'll need to head to your nearest store to grab yourself a bargain.

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