Strip Whipped Coconut Makeup Remover and Headband

image of pkg and jar of strip whipped coconut makeup remover and headband

The struggle is real when you use a makeup remover and dry your face on a towel and then you see makeup on the towel. The Whipped Coconut Makeup Remover by Strip works wonders.

First, I pulled my hair back with the soft, elastic strip headband. Such a cute headband and it feels very comfortable, unlike some headbands that squeeze your head or leave marks.

I applied the makeup remover all over my face, then took a tissue and gently whipped away the makeup. I decided to rinse with warm water even though it says it’s not necessary. It took all the makeup off and my skin didn’t look irritated or red. My face felt clean and smooth. The coconut makeup remover smelled delicious enough that I wanted to taste it, almost like a coconut candy. The company cares about your skin as well as the environment.

The Strip Makeup Remover is

  • cruelty-free
  • vegan
  • sustainably sourced
  • hypoallergenic
  • non-comedogenic

The key ingredients in the whipped coconut makeup remover are mango seed butter, white tea extract, coconut oil, and ginseng root. It moisturizes skin while removing makeup. It’s more of a skincare routine that leaves your skin glowing. I would recommend using the whipped coconut makeup remover because it feels great on my skin and doesn’t feel harsh like other products that I have tried.

They also carry makeup-removing wipes and caviar jelly makeup remover which also sounds very interesting.

For more product information visit their website.





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