I’m always on the prowl for cult favourites to show up on Nykaa. Some of them, we’re fortunate enough to get, while the rest – let’s just say I have to depend on my aunt in the UK for it. But when a makeup artist staple like the Neutrogena Makeup Remover Towelettes appear on Nykaa, we celebrate!


These towelettes are gentle, ultra-soft cloths which offer you superior cleansing and makeup removal at your fingertips. They gently and effectively dissolve all traces of dirt, oil and make-up in seconds. Leaving skin thoroughly clean with no heavy residue, so there’s no need to rinse.

  • Clinically proven to remove 99.3% of your most stubborn makeup, including waterproof mascara, with just one wipe.
  • As gentle to the eyes as water
  • Alcohol free
Neutrogena Makeup Remover Towelette
Source: Ulta

Yes, you’re reading that right. These wipes remove water proof makeup too! So there’s no need for any rigorous rubbing. Since it is alcohol free, it doesn’t even dry your skin out (which a lot of wipes do)

However, they do say that you don’t have to rinse your face once you’re done removing your makeup. I do not agree. Regardless of whichever route you choose to remove your makeup (micellar water/wipes), PLEASE wash your face with a cleanser afterwards. That way you won’t leave the tiniest bit of residue on your face, which have the ability to irritate your skin and break you out.

My advice? Use the Neutrogena Makeup Remover Towelettes as your first step in double cleansing. Follow up with a facewash, and then proceed with the other steps of your skin care.

25 wipes retail for INR 415. You can shop the towelettes on Nykaa.com. Numerous artists and consumers rave about them, so you know they’re legit.

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A voracious addict of everything beauty, little did I know I would be treading down this path. Started off as a dentist, occasionally dribbling in the arts. Now full time Instagram browser and money spender. They say money doesn't buy happiness. I disagree. They probably didn't know where to shop.