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Organic cotton reusable make up removers.
Organic cotton reusable make up removers.
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Organic cotton reusable make up removers.

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A set of organic cotton velvet pads consisting of 6 pieces in 7-centimeter size.

Velvet cosmetic pads are very soft and pleasant to touch and are the ideal choice to remove your makeup every day.

The density of velvet cleanses your skin perfectly, allowing it to breath again.

Our re-usable velvet pads are a superb alternative to one-off cotton pads as they help to reduce the waste we produce every day.    

Our pads are made from organic cotton, are not chemically bleached or dyed, and are friendly not only to your skin but the environment as well.

You can use our pads repeatedly. Washing is recommended with regular white laundry at 40-60 °C. Do not use fabric softener. 

Disposable make up wipes are notoriously bad for the environment, made of non-biodegradable plastic fibers, and are key players in catastrophic sewer buildups. They serve no other purpose than to remove makeup quickly and easily, without the addition of water. 

Made in India.

Shrinkage up to 5 %.

WHY ORGANIC COTTON?

Organic cotton is planted at eco farms that follow clear rules for organic food and cotton, from seeds to the final production of the cloth including sewing. The use of toxic chemical agents during plantation or production is forbidden, as these may cause harm to the workers and the environment. Genetically modified organisms are banned as well. Clothes made from organic cotton do not cause allergic reactions.Unlike synthetic materials (polyester, fleece), organic cotton does not release plastic microfibres during washing. As wastewater treatment plants cannot deal with these microfibres, they end up in rivers and seas, contaminating water and soil, causing harm to animals and sometimes ending up on our plates.