It’s time for another Dupe It Out! Today, I’m comparing The Original MakeUp Eraser Makeup Remover Cloth by Makeup Eraser and the Erase Your Face Cloth by Danielle Creations. Both cloths remove makeup by just adding water, no makeup remover needed! I put them both to the test and here are my findings. I’ve already written a review on the Makeup Eraser (read my review).
Remove smear-proof, waterproof makeup and mascara with The Original MakeUp Eraser®. Free of chemicals, this makeup remover gets rid of all types of makeup, including stage, sports, and theatrical makeup. Each cloth will last a thousand washes, and you only need to add warm water and then remove makeup. This ultra-soft, woven polyester-blend cloth gets rid of tough makeup without leaving behind a residue—just a fresh, healthy feeling.
The Erase Your Face Makeup Removing Cleansing Cloth is a reusable cloth that removes all traces of makeup from your face without harmful chemicals
For sensitive skin
Removes all types of cosmetics, including waterproof mascara
No harmful chemicals or synthetic makeup removers
Just add water
Machine wash with cold water
WINNER: It’s a tie!
The Erase Your Face (top) has a rectangular shape with rounded edges, while the Makeup Eraser is rounder. The Erase Your Face has a bit more material since it isn’t as rounded. Both cloths have two different sides; one is similar to a plush material, while the other is more like a soft towel where the fibers are shorter. I’ve tried using both sides and the shorter side did a better job at removing my eye makeup. They both took off the face makeup well, but I don’t think either cloth does a good job at removing eye makeup that’s waterproof. You would have to scrub at your eye and that’s not ideal since the skin around your eyes is thinner and more sensitive. I usually use the cloths if I have light eye makeup on, or I use the cloth for my face and then use my regular eye makeup remover. It still saves you some money because you don’t use makeup remover or a cleanser for your face. You could probably find a cheaper microfiber towel that will do the trick of removing your makeup. If I had to choose, I would get the Erase Your Face because you get four of them for $15.