The Best Cleansing Wipes Ever: No7 Quick Thinking 4 in 1 Wipes

I can't tell you the number of packs of these amazing wipes I've gone through in the last few years.  Prior to my discovery of them I tried just about every type of wipe out there, but now I wouldn't even dream of buying another brand.  I guess that makes them a holy grail product for me.

Now I'm not an avid wipe user.  If I'm at home I do a proper cleansing routine with cotton wool, creamy liquids, soap, toner and moisturiser, but if I'm travelling, or absolutely knackered and only wearing minimal make up, I reach for these wipes.

The Pros:

  • Quick and easy to use - I keep a pack near my bed for less sober nights :)
  • Suitable for all skin types: every single brand of wipe I tried before these stung my eyes.  These wipes remove even eye make up really efficiently but are utterly gentle and don't irritate my skin or eyes at all.  There's not much alcohol in them.
  • They are enriched with Pro Vitamin B5, and extracts of Witch Hazel and Fennel.
  • Remove waterproof mascara. 
  • Leave skin feeling refreshed and you almost don't need to moisturise (unless you have very dry skin).
  • They feel a lot more 'moist' than many other brands - I store the pack upside down so the top wipe is always saturated.
  • No discernible scent - so no nasty perfumes which often cause stinging! 
  • A must have for when your travelling, and flying especially - they really perk up dehydrated skin.
  • 30 in a pack - more generous than other brands.
  • The cloths are good quality and very sturdy - they won't rip apart easily.
  • The sturdy seal stops the pack from drying out quickly - the wipes remain moist for about 4-5 months, so I always have a few stashed away.
  • To remove a full face of make up two wipes will do, but if I'm wearing natural make up, one does the trick.

The ONLY Con:
Their full price is £6.75.  I know.  22.5p per wipe.  As amazing as they are, I doubt I'd ever cough up full price for them, but saying that, all the other wipes I tried were a false economy.  If it wasn't for those £5 off vouchers I may never have even tried these! Spare the thought!  Now I stockpile them during voucher time!

Have you tried these wipes? You like?


  1. These are great, I have about 3 packs stored at home. I still find them a little rough around the eye area though so when travelling I bring a miniature Clinique eye make-up remover with some cotton wool pads. The best wipes I've ever tried are the extortionately priced MAC ones. Go test some make-up on your hand in the MAC store and use one of the wipes they have lying around to remove the make-up. They're amazing.

    Angel x
    High Heels & Lipgloss

  2. The best wipes I've ever found are some nameless ones that I bought at Poundland in an emergency and they're awesome! Really soft and sturdy and take off waterproof mascara!

  3. I use MAC or BeautiControl's makeup remover (comes in a bottle), but I will try these. I can find them easily at Target. Thanks for the post.

  4. When I used to work at Boots, I always got these when the £5 No7 vouchers were out, cause them paired with my discount... I got the wipes for pennies! :) x

  5. Awesome review! I'm constantly picking up bits and pieces from the No7 counter and I've never even noticed these! I'll pick up a packet next time I get a £5 voucher (totally couldnt justify that price tag)

    Personally I se whatever wipes are on sale - only decent brands mind! - so it'll usually be simple, johnsons, nivea, olay etc :)

  6. These are great! I've used them before and completely agree with your review! Great post!

  7. @Angel - I'd like to try the MAC wipes but just can't justify the cost!
    @Robyn - I thought of this when I was in Poundland the other day and picked up two packs of their wipes for £1 and looking forward to trying them out - I'm jus finishing off my No7 pack first.
    @Communicating beauty - I really should get a job at Boots as about 80% of my salary goes there!


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