Check out EndureLash, an all-natural makeup removing cleansing cloth


I’m going to say something that many women might gasp at – I am OK with going out of my home “au natural,” meaning I’m OK with going out in public with little to no make up on.

As a teen and young adult I wouldn’t be caught dead out of the house without a “full face” on. Back then I was into cover ups, foundations, eye shadow, blush… the works. It wasn’t until I became a mom that I learned to embrace the “less is more” theory. When you have an infant or toddler you know that finding the time to do your make up right is easier said than done.

These days I have plenty of time to spend putting on make up, but I choose not to. I just use a little foundation (just to cover up the uneven spots), powder, mascara and a wee bit of eye liner. If I’m going out (party, dinner…) I’ll do up my face some more (blush, eye shadow…).

I don’t really like the fee of make up on my face. I prefer my face to feel fresh and clean – like it does when you step out of the shower.

Me how I normally look and me all done up.

The moment I get home from work I go straight to the bathroom to wash off my make up.

Sometimes washing off the eye make up (liner, mascara) is not that easy. It smudges and gets all over the place. I also don’t like using regular face wash near my eyes. I tend to get it IN my eyes and that burns and stings. I don’t like when that happens. For that reason I am extremely careful about using face cleaner around my eyes.

About a month ago I was introduced so something called EndureLash. EndureLash is a product developed for those who wear lash extensions. It helps to keep your extensions in shape.

I don’t use lash extensions (I didn’t even know there was such a thing).

The company also sells an organic eye make up remover. This product was of interest to me. I like that it’s organic and I like that it minimizes the risk of me getting facial cleanser in my eyes.

Here is what the brand (EndureLash) has to say about the Organic Eye Makeup Removal Cloth.

Made with Organic Bamboo. With or without eyelash extensions, our EndureLash® Organic Eye Makeup Removal Cloths are a safe, hypoallergenic tool to help you safely cleanse the delicate skin around your eyes — using only warm water. You will no longer need harsh chemicals, cotton rounds, disposable wipes, or makeup sponges that can harbor bacteria. EndureLash® Organic Eye Makeup Removal Cloths provide a better, more hygienic way to remove eye makeup.

I was sent one to review.

Using the cloth is easy. Simply run it under warm water, then gently use it to wipe around your eyes to remove eye shadow, make up, eye liner and even mascara.

I found the cloth easy to work with and it gets the job done.

I don’t use waterproof mascara, so I don’t know how well it works with that, but for regular mascara and eye liner the cloth does a great job of washing it off.

Organic cloth and handy travel/storage bag.

Be careful NOT to scrub or pull on your skin. The eye area is very delicate. Just use the cloth gently.

I used to use a regular wash cloth to remove eye make up, but this cloth is much softer.

After I am done I rinse it out with very warm/hot water and hang it up to dry. When someone in my family does the laundry I ask them to toss the EndureLash cloth into the wash. So far it washes/dries very well.

I like that this is reusable, so I don’t have to waste money on cleansing clothes. I also like that I can remove make up without a face wash and the risk of getting it in my eyes.

This is also great to take on the go with you (gym, vacation, work…) so that you can remove your make up whenever you need to without face wash.

If you are interested in learning more about the EndureLash® Organic Eye Makeup Removal Cloth, visit EndureLash.com. You can also check them out on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Their links are found on the bottom left of their website.

What do you think about EndureLash’s eye make up removal cloth? Does it sound like a product you need in your life? Feel free to share your thoughts.


*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.