I don’t know if I shared this to you before but one of my New Year’s Resolutions this 2013 is to make sure to properly remove my makeup and complete my nightly skincare ritual despite the laziness and sleepiness I may feel. So far, I’d say I’m living up to it. But I have to admit that there are those nights that I just want to go straight to bed after a long commute. Sometimes I even weigh if a breakout is worth it. So in line with my determination to follow through this resolution of mine, I’m on the hunt for an awesome makeup remover.
Let the hunt begin.. LOL!

First up, Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue. I have 2 more newly acquired makeup removers but we’ll talk about that some other time, ok? Let’s focus on this one. *wink
Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue 15’s is contained in the typical plastic with sticky reusable cover like the ones from wet/baby wipes. It’s easy to tote around and it’s pretty light as well. The light lavender and white is very easy on the eyes. It’s simple yet totally classy and attractive. I’m currently loving minimalist designs.
I’m usually very keen when it comes to products’ smell. If a product is reeking with pungent chemical smell, well it’s sure to end up in the trash can. I like my products smelling fresh and as natural as possible but if that’s not the case, I’d rather have them completely scentless instead.
Major things I’m loving about Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue are: (1) it smells divine! It really does smell like flowers, though not the overwhelming, artificial kind, (2) the wipes are very durable (but absolutely NOT reusable so don’t even think about it!). They don’t shed and breakdown into tiny little strips even when I use it to remove stubborn dirt and residue, and (3) it’s relatively cheap too! For a 15 wipes, I only paid Php 98 (or was it Php 128?) which is absolutely not bad since I only have to use a single sheet each time.

Ingredients
Now to put Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue to the test. 

This look is actually a notch higher than my normal day makeup to school wherein I usually just go with brown shades. Other than the choice in color, I used the same products that I use everyday (i.e mascara, eye liner, etc.). I have this habit of rubbing my eyes so non-waterproof mascara and liners are out of the question. As for the face, I seldom use heavy coverage foundations as I prefer the light dewy look BB creams offer.
Removing makeup isn’t as effortless as I want it to be with Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue. It takes a lot of rubbing probably because I use waterproof products. I had a difficult time removing the mascara and eyeliner but for the rest of my face makeup, in just 2-3 passes, no trace of concealer and BB cream was left. 

After rubbing for that seemed to be like 3 minutes. EWWW!

Overall, I’d say that Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue would be great for removing light, everyday makeup. It’s not irritating, drying nor doesn’t it trigger breakout. However, when you use a lot of water-proof products, well that’s a whole other ball game. You’ll need a more “heavy duty” makeup remover for that – I suggest you try cleansing creams. 🙂
And so before I end this post, let me share a few of my camwhoring photos. LOL!
I didn’t want to waste my makeup so I took TONS of photos before I removed my makeup completely.
I’m so vain la la la ~
That’s about it for Tony Moly Floria Cleansing Tissue.
What’s your makeup removing ritual? Care to share?
Comment them down below and I promise to go through them. 😉