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Kim Kardashian gave us a gift in her Instagram Stories series posted yesterday, and Kardashian gave us a peek into her Chanel makeup bag while showcasing Skkn’s new spacious makeup organizer. Unlike designer cosmetic cases, makeup remover wipes are available on Amazon for just $12 (we love the highs and lows moment).
Kardashian isn’t the first celebrity to promote Neutrogena’s makeup remover wipes. He also loves Lucy Hale and Ariana Grande. The Skims founder chose his calming version of Neutrogena make-up remover his cleansing towel blanket. The soft wipes are soaked in a soap-free solution containing full-coverage foundation, mascara, contouring concealer, eyeliner, sunscreen, dirt-breaking micelles and emollients, so you can quickly exfoliate your skin before you hit the hay. can be reset. Neutrogena’s Night Calming Wipes are almost identical to the brand’s Classic He wipes packaged in baby blue. The only difference is that these things have an added soothing scent that lulls you to sleep.
If these Neutrogena wipes are effective enough to remove Kardashian’s red carpet glam, they do a quick job of cleansing your skin. is as important as The wipes are biodegradable, so you can feel comfortable using them. 100% plant-based fiber breaks down after use in household compost.
“I love traveling with so many different essentials,” Kardashian explained as she sifted through her travel bag. “And I love minis.” Several other Amazon beauty finds made cameos in Kardashian’s post. We focused on the Body Drench Quick Tan self-tanner spray, which I can only assume you’re using to warm up your complexion. Ready to give your skin the A-lister treatment it deserves? Buy your wipes now.
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About the author
Claire Sullivan Senior Beauty and Lifestyle Commerce Editor for WWD and Footwear News. She has spent her more than five years researching, reporting and writing in the beauty industry for publications such as Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, InStyle and Byrdie. As a beauty editor, she’s tested hundreds of products, so she’s no stranger to choosing products that make a meaningful difference to your skin, like Neutrogena’s makeup remover wipes.