If you love makeup tutorials on YouTube as much as I do, you might have seen Tati try the MakeUp Eraser — a revolutionary new tool that claims to remove makeup with only water. Once I watched the video, I knew I had to find out more. It turns out that Demi Moore used it in a YouTube video that was featured by Harpers Bazaar, which sold me even more. I mean, have you SEEN her skin? She always looks gorgeous and glowing, so why wouldn’t I try it, too?
As a makeup lover, I read a lot of beauty-oriented magazines and am always on YouTube. So, when I also saw that beauty editors from Allure, Cosmo and Buzzfed tried — and loved — the MakeUp Eraser, I was even more convinced that this was the right makeup remover for me.
Remove Makeup for Less than One Penny Per Use
I love to experiment with makeup, and I was going through a lot of makeup wipes. At one point, I jumped on the cleansing oil bandwagon. Although I like the way the more expensive cleansing oils make my skin feel, I couldn’t afford to use such a costly product. As a college student, I’m definitely on a limited budget. So, I was in the market for something cheaper, but it also had to work.
One thing that really caught my attention was that this product costs less than one cent per use, and it lasts for three to five years, eliminating the need for makeup remover or wipes. It’s also eco-friendly, since you aren’t tossing wipes in the trash every night, and when I read that it takes 100 years for a makeup wipe to break down, I knew I needed to find a better way to remove my makeup. And that’s exactly what I found with the MakeUp Eraser.
The MakeUp Eraser is easy to clean and care for — simply launder it in your washing machine a few times a week and tumble dry or let it air dry. Because the material is so durable, you can wash it up to 1,000 times before it needs replacing.
How Does the MakeUp Eraser Work?
When I first saw the MakeUp Eraser, I was skeptical. It looks like a regular wash cloth in a pretty shade of pink. The instructions are straightforward — basically, you wet the cloth with water and wipe your face with it, sounds easy enough. So, I did.
I was amazed at how well the MakeUp Eraser worked at removing my full face of makeup, which included long-wear foundation and waterproof mascara. Even when I use oil-free makeup remover, I end up with raccoon eyes from residual eyeliner and mascara, but with the MakeUp Eraser, they were way less noticeable. My skin felt clean and freshly washed, even though I hadn’t used cleanser.