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Facial Cleansing Wipes (Johnson’s Vs Neutrogena)

By Sparklingker @sparklingker

Another hot week in Melbourne! I’m sitting here sweaty and typing this post out, pretty gross hey? Today I will be talking about facial cleansing wipes, a comparison between Johnson’s and Neutrogena wipes! Wipes are great for those lazy days when you really can’t be bothered spending a lot of time removing makeup. This happens quite often to me!!

facial cleansing wipes

facial cleansing wipes

Johnson’s Daily Essentials Refreshing Facial Cleansing Wipes offer your skin effective cleansing, gently removing even water-proof mascara. Contains mild cleansing lotion to cleanse, tone and remove eye make-up all in one. Moisturising ingredients leave skin feeling refreshed without over drying.

facial cleansing wipes

Neutrogena Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes gently and effectively dissolve all traces of dirt, oil and make-up – even waterproof mascara. Dissolves all traces of make-up, leaving skin thoroughly cleansed. Gentle enough to use around the delicate eye area. Safe for contact wearers and there’s no need to rinse afterwards.


  • Johnson’s - $6.99 for 25 wipes ~ $0.28 per wipe
  • Neutrogena - $7.99 for 25 wipes ~ $0.32 per wipe


Both are refill packs and packaged pretty much identical. A plastic packaging with an adhesive sticker label. I believe wipes may dry out quicker if it is left in the refill packaging because the adhesive label eventually become less sticky. I read that it is good to occassionally store them upside down.


I pulled both out and kept touching them, texture and size of the wipes are exactly the same. The smallest difference I found was that Johnson’s wipes are slightly softer than the Neutrogena.


I put both wipes against my nose but I couldn’t tell the difference. Both have a light fresh fragrance.


In terms of performance, they both do well in removing blush, foundation, eye shadow, eyeliner and mascara. I found both struggled to remove waterproof makeup. It takes about 4-5 wipes across the eye to remove waterproof eyeliner.


Believe it or not, both wipes are quite similar. I couldn’t really find any huge differences between the two. Based on the above, I would purchase the Johnson’s wipes because they are a little cheaper. I don’t use wipes at home all the time, I prefer to liquid remover. But having said that, wipes are great if you traveling.

What’s your favorite wipes?

I was provided products for review purposes which has not influenced my opinion.



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