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Kara Makeup Removal Wipes - Review

What it claims: Kara makeup removal wipes is an effective way to remove all makeup from the face. It is enriched with lavender extract which cleanses and gives a relaxing effect to the skin while the seaweed extract revitalises and nourishes the skin. More importantly it is made from Birla Cellulose, a fibre that is 100% natural and bio-degradable

Key Ingredients: Aqua, Lauryl Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, PEG - 20 Methyl Glucose Sequestrate, Glycerine, Aloe vera gel, Lavender Extract, Seaweed Extract, Chelating Agent, Preservatives & Fragrance. Alcohol Free.

Price: Rs. 45 for 10 wipes.


1. It takes off all makeup like a dream. 2-3 swipes over the most resistant liner and it all melts off.
2. The fabric of the tissue feels nice and soft against delicate under eye area, it also smells quite refreshing.
3. Does not dry out skin.

1. This will not take off your waterproof mascara. It will start to melt it a little bit, but it involves too much tugging & pulling at the lashes and it won't dissolve it completely. You might end up with raccoon eyes and broken lashes.
2. The pack does tend to dry out after 6 to 8 weeks of opening.

Will I re-purchase: For occasional use, yes. It is convenient to carry this, and it is very useful if you have a social engagement after office. Just wipe off old makeup, and apply a fresh layer. This is also very good in case some makeup emergency happens when touching up while travelling or saving time by cleansing on your way back from a function.

However do keep in mind that makeup removal tissues are not a complete solution by themselves to remove makeup. It is always better to follow up with a splash of water or use a toner like rosewater to ensure that pores don't get blocked.


  1. I like using makeup removal wipes or wet wipes to clean my face when I am feeling lazy....

  2. me too i like it, but it makes my skin oily :(
    but i still use it :D

  3. I so like using wipes..i use the Himalayas one..i even clean my lap top with them :D

    they r so handy to use when u r dead after a night out and want to clean make up

  4. i like using wipes as well..used to use dove wipes n lovd it

  5. Wipes are great...I think I need to buy this one. Thanks for this review!!

  6. Hey Nice bumping into you today Tanveer :)

  7. Great blog!
    If you feel like it, I have a giveaway going on:

  8. hi tanveer .. nice post on make up removal wipes..:-)

  9. Wet wipes scare me a little because of the amount of tugging I have to do on my skin to get them to work.I would prefer cotton and rose water any day over wipes.But these can be a godsend during emergencies.

  10. I have tried Kara while in India and I loved it!! They have so many different flavours :)

  11. I've tried two types of these wipes. They're nice for the face but as u said they don't remove my waterproof mascaras :\


  12. @HD: They are my lazy prdts too! I use them on my way back home from office to save time.

    @Retnu: I can understand. Fresh Ones would always make my dry skin break out!!

    @Anamika: Yea, they are so convenient na!

    @Butterfly: Wow, Dove? They must have been good.. Never saw them myself

    @Rakhshanda: I hope you like them :)

    @Shuchita: Yea, it was such a pleasant surprise! Wonderful ;)

    @Catanya: Thks for the update, I will chk out yr giveaway!

    @Gurupreet: Thks! Long time, no see.. wht u up to?

    @Sonia: I never felt that I had to tug anymore with wipes than when I use cotton. But if they feel rough on your face, best to avoid!

    @Appu: I know.. they have very exotic sounding ingredients!

    @CZ: Yea, waterproof mascaras are a different breed. Too tough for these tissues.

  13. Hi All

    I am the brand manager for Kara, and am happy to see so many positive reactions about the product.
    We will take each feedback and try to improve our products.
    However to clarify the oily skin after use of makeup remover wipe, we have added a gentle lotion on purpose in our Make Up Remover wipes, as makeup dries the skin and deoxidates it. The idea is to re-energize your skin as the makeup is being removed, hence the oily feel!

    Would urge all of you to try all variants of Kara, which are Sunscreen, Deep Pore Cleansing, Toning, Refreshing, moisturising and of course Makeup removal wipes.

    For summers, we would recommend refreshing and sunscreen wipes!


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