Taking the Faceoff Challenge!

Hello, hello!

I was recently contacted by the PR company doing the release of the FaceOff Cloth to see if I was interested in taking the FaceOff Challenge. I agreed to test it out and review.

So what is a Faceoff Cloth?

FaceOff is a natural, soft, reusable cleansing cloth that removes all face and eye makeup, even mascara, using only warm water. It instantly eliminates dirt, excess oil and skin impurities leaving the complexion fresh and radiant.
It is designed to delicately exfoliate and cleanse the skin, and it is safe and suitable for all skin types.  It is gentle enough for babies!

I admit that I was COMPLETELY AND UTTERLY SKEPTICAL that a facecloth would be able to remove my makeup without using any cleanser!

FaceOff Cloth

I’ve used this cloth for over a week now to remove my makeup on days that I’ve been wearing full makeup (foundation / BB cream, concealer, blush, highlighter, eye shadow, mascara and brow pencil). The FaceOff Cloth actually DOES remove makeup without harsh scrubbing, EXCEPT for my super-waterproof mascara! It removes some, but not all of my mascara. After using the cloth, I tested to see how much makeup was left behind by using a little micellar water on a cotton pad to see if any traces were left behind, figuring that it would be full of makeup but only a little mascara showed up on the pad. The only thing that I find that ever completely removes my super-waterproof mascara is oil (coconut or grape-seed oil, or a cleansing oil).

The cloth seems to only be available in white, so I figured that I would end up with a gross and stained white face cloth (YUCK)! Another surprise – you just add a little soap to the cloth and the makeup rinses off of the cloth, leaving it pristine white. Is it magic?

FaceOff is free of all detergents and chemicals. The secret is in the unique weave of ultra-thin microfibres, designed to gently lift dirt and impurities, leaving the skin naturally clean and smooth.  The microfibre technology is very hygienic and effective.

I dual cleanse when I wear full makeup, especially in this summer heat. This cloth can easily be used in place of the first round of cleansing. This would be great for travelling.

Have you tried the FaceOff Cloth (or something similar)?

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: PR sample sent for testing and review purposes. My opinion is my own.

46 thoughts on “Taking the Faceoff Challenge!

  1. Great review! I read someone else’s review about a similar product and she hated it, it only took off a little bit of makeup and she had to use regular makeup remover to get rid of the rest. And she wasn’t a fan of washing it after every use. But I’m glad some companies actually sell a product that works, and the makeup washes out with just soap! Do you wet the cloth before you use it?

    Catherine | Beauty by Catherine

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    1. Yeah, I double cleanse in the summer mainly because of sunscreen and heat / sweat.
      The texture of the one you had is so fluffy! This one is low pile microfibre – more velvety than silky fluff.
      I was so sceptical! But it actually worked for me to remove makeup. It was so weird!

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  2. Sounds like the Makeup Eraser, which I have and love. When mine gets dirty I just toss it in with a load of laundry. How much does this cloth retail for?

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  3. This sounds awesome! I’m glad it converted you and actually did what it was supposed to. I guess one advantage of being white is that you can see how much makeup has come off onto the cloth 🙂

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  4. I use this method too but not this specific face cloth. It’s really great to remove makeup especially when you just applied face mask too. I don’t mind trying this kind.. Looks really great!

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