12.10.2014
2330
4-in-1 Daily Facial Cloths, Sensitive
33 cloths for $6.99
Expert Rating
Community Rating (10)
Expert Reviews
Last Updated:12.10.2014
Jar Packaging:No
Tested on animals:Yes

These fragrance-free cleansing cloths are wonderfully soothing and a good, disposable cleansing option for someone with dry, sensitive skin. One side is smooth for cleansing; the other is softly textured for mild, scrub-like exfoliation. The fragrance-free, Vaseline-based (petrolatum) formula is exceptionally gentle, yet thoroughly removes makeup. Keep in mind that because these cloths contain detergent cleaning agents, you still need to rinse your skin after using them because leaving these ingredients on sensitive skin can lead to dryness and irritation. The petrolatum base demands thorough rinsing.

Pros:
  • Gentle, fragrance-free, and suitable for sensitive skin.
  • Dual-sided cloths allow for cleansing and mild manual exfoliation.
  • Removes makeup quickly and thoroughly.
  • Contains soothing agents to calm skin.
Cons:
  • Because the formula contains detergent cleansing agents, the cleansing cloth solution should be rinsed from skin to avoid potential dryness or irritation.
  • The Vaseline base can leave a greasy feel on skin if not rinsed thoroughly.
Community Reviews
Claims

These soft-textured, fragrance-free cloths for sensitive skin gently cleanse and remove make-up for a fresh clean feeling while conditioning to soothe skin with light Olay moisturizers.

Ingredients

Petrolatum, Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Decyl Glucoside, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Butylene Glycol, PEG-14M, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate, Polyquaternium-10, Phenoxyethanol, Panthenol, Benzyl Alcohol, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Disodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Silica, BHT, Sodium Laurate

Brand Overview

Olay At-A-Glance

Starting decades ago with the now-classic Oil of Olay, this brand now offers an extensive range of skin-care products sold at drugstores and mass-market stores. Today's Olay lineup for those concerned about staving off the effects of aging skin is impressive, comprising their Regenerist, Pro X, and Total Effects lines. All of these (and several other Olay products) contain the B vitamin niacinamide. As you might expect, the claims made for it are inflated, but niacinamide is a very helpful ingredient for all skin types, capable of exerting multiple benefits.

In fact, perhaps the biggest complaint about Olay is that there are a number of repetitive formulas within and between the sub-brands make this line confusing and tricky to shop! Still, there is a lot to like about this drugstore stalwart, with its main drawback being a few formulas containing fragrance or other ingredients that have the potential to cause irritation.

For more information about Olay, owned by Procter & Gamble, call (800) 285-5170 or visit www.olay.com.

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Olay At-A-Glance

Starting decades ago with the now-classic Oil of Olay, this brand now offers an extensive range of skin-care products sold at drugstores and mass-market stores. Today's Olay lineup for those concerned about staving off the effects of aging skin is impressive, comprising their Regenerist, Pro X, and Total Effects lines. All of these (and several other Olay products) contain the B vitamin niacinamide. As you might expect, the claims made for it are inflated, but niacinamide is a very helpful ingredient for all skin types, capable of exerting multiple benefits.

In fact, perhaps the biggest complaint about Olay is that there are a number of repetitive formulas within and between the sub-brands make this line confusing and tricky to shop! Still, there is a lot to like about this drugstore stalwart, with its main drawback being a few formulas containing fragrance or other ingredients that have the potential to cause irritation.

For more information about Olay, owned by Procter & Gamble, call (800) 285-5170 or visit www.olay.com.