make-up remover wipes.

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I want to share something with you, something that might be life changing, but at the very least will make your day-to-day life easier. I’m always up for easier, aren’t you?

Let me introduce you to Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes. They’re heaven, pure and simple.

I used to be the girl who took her makeup off with baby wipes {hey, there’s nothing wrong with it Carina!} but then I changed the error of my ways and started using these.


I buy them at Costco in a pack of ten for about $11, and if you’re like me and fall asleep wearing your makeup on a regular basis, they’ll last you a year.



Not only do these beauties remove makeup, they contain things like Chamomile and Vitamin E so your face feels clean and moisturized when you’re all done. You’ll smell good enough to eat.

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Allison

Hello there! I'm Allison Czarnecki, founder + editor of Petit Elefant, a blog all about style on a budget for every part of your life: style / home / travel / family. I do a lot of how-to beauty + style tutorials, travel posts, easy recipes, home remodel projects, and cool DIY crafts you totally want to try. I'm super happily married (to a hot Polish immigrant) and am the mother of two kids, a daughter and son, all of whom are featured here on the regular. We live in the country but we're a little bit rock + roll. Welcome!

14 Comments

  1. briannajenkins :

    I use baby wipes! And I have forever!
    But, I just did the math, and these are CHEAPER than baby wipes. I thought that was impossible. I'm going to have to try this!

  2. Emily :

    These sound like a great idea for travel, too!

  3. Marie {Make and Takes} :

    Can I just say LIFE CHANGING?!! These are a lazy girl's dream! I'm hooked because of you!

  4. Debbie Barr :

    I got turned off of make-up wipes after finding a dead fly squished inbetween two of them. And I'd already used half the container.

    Then again, that was Wal-mart brand.

  5. Marianne & Clayton :

    I use these exact ones! I keep a package next to every sink and my bed in an effort to be better to my skin. They're cheap enough to spread around. Sometimes if I'm super cheap I cut them in half as they are huge!

  6. Hil :

    I absolutely love these!

    I've been a big fan of the name brand kind for some time and recently purchased me a big ol' box of Kirkland. They are just as great… no even better because they are cheaper!

    Great find.

  7. Sarah :

    I got a sample of these in my baby wipes from Costco – I love them. Perfect for travel. Now I just need a trip to take them on.

  8. Shuggilippo :

    These are my favorite things! I use the Kroger brand but knowing they have them at Costco in a super pack…I'M IN!!

    Great tip!

  9. Azúcar :

    *shudder*

  10. 5 ibarras :

    ok, i have to come out of the closet and admit that i DO take off my make-up with baby wipes…the kirkland brand!! :) what can i say, they're so versatile! but i seriously think i will invest in some of these, especially reading that they are cheaper!!!

  11. stacey :

    I recently discovered these and now I actually clean my face before bed most nights.

  12. MollyinMinn :

    Thanks for the tip! I'll look for them.

  13. Julie {Angry Julie Monday} :

    Why did you not share this information with me? How dare you? I love their baby wipes. I still buy them even though my son is not a baby. I've been using MAC's wipes for makeup for years. They always dry out and they are expensive. I was just at Costco yesterday!!! Argh!

  14. ALC :

    I do use these to take off my makeup often when I'm feeling too sorry for myself & tired to actually wash my face like I am supposed to – but then when I get to that point I'm feeling so good about myself that I actually took time to take my makeup off – then I do usually wash my face with whatever "acne amaze" product I'm using at the moment. So it's win-win situation. If my logic makes sense.