2013 Best High-End Makeup Removing Wipes

MAC Wipes are, surprisingly, a really good deal when bought in bulk and work well to remove makeup from your face, lips, and arms (if you’re a beauty blogger… you know what I mean!). These are just so excellent at removing makeup from skin, I always have a few packs under the sink. I’ve used many other removers, but for swatching, I’m always going through these because they never leave my skin feeling dry or raw.

2013 Best Budget Makeup Removing Wipes

Neutrogena Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes are easy-to-use makeup wipes that quickly remove dirt and makeup and leave you feeling clean. I like that this doesn’t leave behind any greasy residue, and I love that it can be used around the eyes, too (on me, I have to do so sparingly, just ’cause of how sensitive my eyes are in particular).

2013 Best High-End Makeup Remover

Lancome Bi-Facil is an eye makeup remover that is absolutely phenomenal at removing even the most stubborn, long-wearing makeup. This is a popular pick for makeup removers, and I have to agree with the majority on this one. It really works, and one bottle will last you ages.

2013 Best Budget Makeup Remover

Neutrogena Oil Free Eye Makeup Remover is a great oil-free makeup remover that gets rid of even stubborn waterproof mascara and long-wearing eyeliner. One bottle will last you quite a while, so there’s no need to worry about going through this stuff. Sometimes I’ll use this as a spot cleaner for brushes between uses as well. Since it is oil-free, you don’t have to worry about any oily residue either.

2013 Best High-End Facial Cleanser

This rich, creamy cleanser applies and glides over skin easily while dissolving makeup (except really, really long-wearing eyeliner). It rinses off quickly without leaving any residue behind, and after the skin dries, it doesn’t feel tight or stripped.

2013 Best Budget Facial Cleanser

Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser is the world’s best cleanser to go to whenever my skin is out of whack. Whenever I feel like nothing’s working, I turn back to Cetaphil. It’s gentle, soothing, and great for my skin, even when it’s sensitive.