This amazing makeup remover pad set has everything you need for the ultimate plastic free makeup removing routine!


These are made of bamboo and cotton fibers and honestly they are SO soft and silky on your skin! They are also ideal for all skin types as there won't be any harsh scrubbing!



  • x12 super soft pads - great for sensitive areas like the eyes and everyday makeup (60% bamboo, 20% cotton 20% polyester)!
  • x4 flannel-like scrubby pads - perfect for cleaning off tenacious products and exfoliating the skin
  • Cotton mesh bag for washing  (80% bamboo, 20% cotton)!


Tip: Wash them in the laundry machine at 40°C to 60°C or add a few drops of essential oils to each pad and wash at 30!

Reusable Make Up Pad Set x16 - Bambaw

    • Bamboo grows the best in tropical to subtropical climate.  Here at Bambaw, all our bamboo products are organically and ethically sourced from bamboo farms in Indonesia and China.
    • Always doing our best to ensure that strong social and environmental ethics are followed in all our partnerships. We make sure the workers are being paid well and have the right tools to work properly. 
    • To guarantee this we are working closely with our partners and help them sustainably develop their production to keep the production footprint minimal.
  • I can't think of anything more wasteful than using a baby wipe/makeup remover wipe to take off my makeup and throwing it away after each use. They all come wrapped in loads of plastic that isn't recycleable and SO many are ending up in our oceans :(


    Switching to a cloth instead is such a simple change and you will not regret it. There are so many chemicals used on makeup wipes that they can leave your skin dry and sore, these 100% cotton flannel rounds are super soft, chemical free and means you can use your own natural remover with them.


    The best thing is, just throw them in the wash when needed and you've got 'brand new' ones again! Zero waste, plastic free and kind to your skin!

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