Putting on a full face of makeup is all fun and games until you get home dead-tired and you realize you still have to remove it before going to bed. But admit it—we are all guilty of sleeping with makeup on at least once in our lives. You probably have a long list of excuses to make yourself feel better about committing this skin sin, but we found just the thing that will give you no reason to sleep with makeup on ever again: The Original MakeUp Eraser Makeup Remover Cloth.


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We know what you're thinking. A piece of cloth to remove all your makeup? Not possible. Well, the MakeUp Eraser Makeup Remover Cloth can remove even waterproof makeup (yup, including eyeliner and mascara). All you need is to wet the cloth with water and start wiping your face. You'll be surprised at how clean your skin will feel after a few wipes—almost as if you double-cleansed!


The magic lies in the fiber used to make the cloth, which its makers claim is finer than human hair. According to their website, "When wet, the eraser creates a hydro-mechanical process that breaks the surface tension of the oils that bond makeup to the skin." It's perfect for traveling and for people who are always on the go!


The cloth can last for up to 1,000 washes—that's around two to three years depending on how often you wear makeup! The MakeUp Eraser Makeup Remover Cloth will be available for P999 each at BYS counters in Watsons stores soon.

For more information, log on to MakeUp Eraser's Facebook page.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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