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DUFT FACIAL WIPES REVIEW

 HEY GUYS...M BACK WITH ANOTHER REVIEW AND THIS TIME I AM REVIEWING FACIAL WIPES BY DUFT WHICH ARE RECENTLY LAUNCHED IN THE MARKET.
THEY COME IN 2 VARIANTS: THE REJUVENATING AQUA FACIAL WIPES
AND REFRESHING ALOE VERA AND CUCUMBER VARIANT.
COMING TO THE DETAILS FIRST, EACH VARIANT COSTS RS 75 FOR 25 WET WIPES.
THESE ARE SUITABLE FOR ALL SKIN TYPES.
NOW THESE WIPES ARE EASY AND CONVENIENT TO USE AND CARRY AROUND IN YOUR BAG.
BUT WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE IS THAT THESE WIPES ARE ALCOHOL FREE AND PARABEN FREE WHICH IS GREAT AS THEY DO NOT HAVE HARSH CHEMICALS WHICH MAY HARM OUR SKIN....
THESE WIPES ARE QUITE REFRESHING AND AFFORDABLE AND ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FROM MY SIDE:)
YOU ACTUALLY FEEL QUITE FRESH AFTER USING THEM. THEY CAN BE USED FOR MAKEUP REMOVAL AS WELL.
I LIKE THE PACKAGING AS WELL AS THEY ARE RESEALABLE.
OVERALL, I DID NOT FIND ANYTHING NEGATIVE ABOUT THESE AND I ENJOYED USING THEM.
SEE YOU GUYS NEXT TIME WITH ANOTHER POST:)

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