Clean Skin Club Clean Wipes (30 wipes)
Clean Skin Club Clean Wipes - Model shown wiping face with product
Clean Skin Club Clean Wipes - Product shown with lid open

Clean Skin Club

Clean Wipes

SKU: 47527

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The Clean Wipes are not your average cleansing facial wipe. They're nearly double the size of conventional face wipes, twice as thick, and made with 100% biodegradable viscose fabric. Unlike other brands, these face wipes are gentle on even the most sensitive skin types and do not cause any irritation, burning, or stinging. Made with a simple ingredients list, these wipes are free of all harsh additives and use all natural ingredients that are 100% safe for the skin, even on toddlers and babies.


- Gently and effectively removes makeup.
- Allows you to cleanse on-the-go.
- 40% bigger and 50% thicker than conventional wipes.
- Fragrance free, hypoallergenic, and pH balanced.
- Has a smooth and exfoliating side.
- Safe for children, babies and even pets.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients + Benefits

100% Eucalyptus Viscose.

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Clean Skin Club launched in January 2019 with a mission to introduce innovative and unique products to the skincare industry. They take pride in improving conventional skincare hygiene tools and formulating natural, vegan, cruelty free skin care products that are safe to the skin without compromising quality and effectiveness. These skincare and hygiene creations are diligently curated to the highest of standards- starting from their source, to their formulation, and to their packaging. As the company continues to develop their line of products, they strive to always emit the same high level of care and attention put into each product and its design.

Featured in: Boxycharm, Essence Magazine, The Zoe Report, Teen Vogue, Dermascope, and Dermy Doc Box.

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