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More than one million of these famous makeup removers have been sold

It’s a well-known fact that removing your makeup before going to bed is an important step in any beauty routine.

But with so many individual wipes available at the supermarket it can be difficult to choose which brand is right for you. 

Santé by ENJO has done the hard work for you and invented a remover that just requires a little bit of water to take off even the thickest application of foundation. 

 

Santé by ENJO has done the hard work for you and invented a remover that just requires a little bit of water to take off even the thickest application of foundation

The pads are made from fibres – so are naturally chemical-free – and are sold in packs of three ($44) or seven ($89).

And they’ve received rave reviews online with more than one million wipes purchased so far.

‘I absolutely love these! They are so easy to use and take off all of my makeup with no residue on my towel afterwards! I look forward to using them every day. I am saving a fortune on cleansers and toners,’ one woman said.

The pads are made from fibres - so are naturally chemical-free - and are sold in packs of three ($44) or seven ($89)

The pads are made from fibres – so are naturally chemical-free – and are sold in packs of three ($44) or seven ($89)

In the space of three years you could save upwards of $1,000 by eliminating the need to purchase more than one type of remover

In the space of three years you could save upwards of $1,000 by eliminating the need to purchase more than one type of remover

In the space of three years you could save upwards of $1,000 by eliminating the need to purchase more than one type of remover.

This is because the set of seven lasts for three years and costs $89.00, whereas over that same time period the approximate cost of micellar water, cotton pads and makeup remover wipes comes in at an astounding $1842.

While the price may seem steep to begin with, the wipes can be washed weekly so it’s not a one-application type of system – saving the environment and your back pocket.

Celebrities have jumped on board the trend with model Rachael Finch, PR maven Roxy Jacenko and actress Isabel Lucas swearing by the design

Celebrities have jumped on board the trend with model Rachael Finch, PR maven Roxy Jacenko and actress Isabel Lucas swearing by the design

Celebrities have jumped on board the trend with model Rachael Finch, PR maven Roxy Jacenko (left) and actress Isabel Lucas swearing by the design

Celebrities have jumped on board the trend with model Rachael Finch, PR maven Roxy Jacenko and actress Isabel Lucas swearing by the design.

Australian makeup artists like Max May, Craig Beaglehole and Sanaz Fakhra also include them as a staple item in their kits.

The product comes in three different colours with a bonus hook to hang them in the shower and a laundry bag.

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