Makeup remover, £7, replaces up to FIVE HUNDRED face wipes
Reusable £7 make-up remover pad that is machine washable and replaces five HUNDRED disposable wipes wins rave reviews from fans after its UK launch
- Face Halo is dual-sided, reusable and can be machine washed up to 200 times
- Using only water, it works by trapping and removing make up for a deep clean
- The £7 product has been called a ‘miracle’ and a ‘game changer’by beauty lovers
A reusable, machine washable make-up remover pad has been praised by fans after its UK launch.
The £7 Face Halo is a dual-sided pad covered in ultra-fine fibre strands that removes dirt and trapped make-up from your pores without the need for a spray, gel or oil.
The vegan beauty product, loved by stars like Anna Kendrick and Naomi Watts, can be washed in the machine up to 200 times meaning it can replace roughly 500 single-use disposable wipes.
The Australian brand recently launched in the UK and has received rave reviews from British fans in the weeks since, with one hailing it the ‘best £7 they had ever spent’.
Face Halo is a modern make up remover which uses just water and can replace up to 500 traditional makeup wipes. It can be bought from Boots online and in store for just £7
Fans are praising the beauty product. One said it was the ‘best £7 I’ve ever spent’ and admitted that they were wrong to be ‘skeptical’ at first
Another called it a ‘game changer’ and said: I will never use anything else. I’m even bulk buying in case it ever disappears from Boots – it’s that good. Buy immediately.’
The product works by using cold or warm water, which loosens your makeup and allows the HaloTech fiber strands, which are 100 times finer than a human hair, to reach deep into your pores.
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YouTube beauty star is a partner in the business and celebrity make-up artists like Ariel Tejada, who works with Kylie Jenner, swear by the product.
Shoppers seem just as impressed and have left dozens of five-star reviews on the Boots website.
While praising the product, one pleased buyer said: ‘My skin is clear and the pores on my nose are less noticeable. Saves money and is Eco friendly. So pleased boots are now stocking these’
One posted: ‘This product has made my life so much better. Taking make up off is not a chore any more.’
Another wrote: My skin is clear and the pores on my nose are less noticeable. Saves money and is Eco friendly. So pleased Boots are now stocking these.’
‘I was very skeptical after seeing videos on YouTube,’ said one. ‘It seemed too good to be true but boy was I wrong. It takes all of my make up off so quickly, even waterproof mascara. I would never go back to make up wipes now.’
To prove the difference between taking off makeup with a wipe compared to Face Halo, the brand have wiped the surface of an orange with both – and the results are clear to see (above)
The original version (left) is £7 for a single pack available at Boots online and in store and the PRO (right) is best for removing heavy makeup from deep within the pores and can be bought for £18.00 for a 3 pack from Facehalo.com and Beauty Bay
The product is available from £7 for a single pack at Boots both in store and online, or in the PRO black version – which is preferred by professionals as it removes heavy makeup and costs £18 for a pack of three from Facehalo or Beauty Bay’s website.
To demonstrate the difference between taking makeup off with a wipe compared to Face Halo, the brand did the ‘orange peel test’ – where they put foundation on the surface of the fruit before wiping it off.
The results of the test showed that the revolutionary product cleaned pores with just one swift movement, while the more traditional method of a face wipe left behind a residue.
Ariel Tejada is a make up artist to the stars and has worked with the likes of Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian. He joins a whole host of famous faces who are fans of the revolutionary product
Many members of the public rushed to Boots to buy the product after watching a YouTube video by Chloe Morello. The product works by using just cold or warm water, which loosens your makeup and allows the HaloTech fiber strands, which are 100 times finer than a human hair, to reach deep into your pores to remove trapped makeup
Australian-based mothers, Rebecca Williamson and Lizzy Pike came up with the idea of Face Halo after becoming busy mothers of 7 children between them.
‘It made us look for simple solutions, become genius problem solvers and also want a safe and environmentally gentle way to do things,’ the women wrote on their site. ‘We felt there wasn’t a makeup remover that ticked all these boxes.
‘Too many steps and instructions, often too messy, tedious and had us running to the store to buy more and more, and we were never sure what was going on our face.’
Combining Lizzy’s 15 years of experience with microfiber technology and Rebecca’s low threshold for tedious tasks, Face Halo was created.
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