Switch to a more sustainable make up remover by ditching those single use wipes! These organic cotton make up remover pads from Zero Waste Club are reusable and made from organic cotton. This pack consists of 16: 12x soft cotton pads for for everyday cleansing and make-up removal and 4x "rough" cotton pads for hard to remove makeup and deep cleaning. These pads come in a 100% cotton wash bag.
The pads and wash bag are 100% compostable, so can be put into a compost bin at the products end of life. The packaging is made up of a unbleached kraft paper tag printed with soy ink, which is 100% recyclable.
When you switch to reusable pads you are not only helping the planet but you are saving yourself some money. For example, a highstreets pack of disposable make up remover wipes (25 pack) ranges between £1 to £3.50. If your using 1 of the £1 pack per month that means you will spend £12 a year. Our reusable pads cost £12, if you look after them well they can last you years meaning you would have only spent £12 over 5 years whereas you would be spending £60 over 5 years with the £1 disposable wipes. If you were buying the £3.50 pack then you would be spending over 5 years £210. This is a clear money saver as well as being MUCH better for the environment!
Zero Waste Club plant and protect a tree for every item sold.
4x 'Rough' Pads made with Terry Organic Cotton
12x Soft Pads made with Velour Organic Cotton
Wash Bag: 100% Organic Cotton
How to use:
There are two main ways to remove make up with a reusable pad. The first being to apply your makeup remover or toner of choice directly onto the pad. Gently sweep the pad over your skin (it’s safe to use the pads over your eyes) until all makeup is removed. The second option being to apply your skincare agent like cleanser or coconut oil directly onto your skin and with a damp pad, gently sweep the pad over your skin (it’s safe to use the pads over your eyes) until all makeup is removed. After each use, hand wash the pad with soap and water until clean. You can give it a deeper clean once a week by tossing it into the laundry. Lay the pad flat to dry. We like to store them in a soap dish or a small mesh laundry bag to keep them dry and hygienic.
- Plastic free
- Made with sustainable materials
- Workplace transparency
- Chemical free
Machine washable up from 40°C to 60°C. Wash inside the included wash bag so they don't get caught in the door section of the washing machine.
If make up marks do not come off by washing at 40°C, please increase the temperature to 60°C. And if it still has makeup marks, please apply a little soap to the affected area(s) and hand wash it. Please not that not all marks will always come out as some makeup products stain more than others.
Tumble dry on a low heat
Zero Waste Club's Workplace Transparency:
- Our production facility is based in Tamilnadu State in India.
- The minimum wage in the state is 8000INR per month. The makers are paid on average double the minimum wage at 16,000 INR per month.
- The makers work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. They are off on all public holidays.
- For the health and safety of the makers, they are ensured to wear gloves, face masks and hats. Also regular health checks are done at the expense of the factory.
- The products are shipped via sea freight to minimise the carbon footprint of each product. We offset our carbon emissions and more by planting a tree for every item we sell.
A message from the maker: My name is Sitrarasan. I am 37 years old and have been working in the factory for 8 years. I have found my specialty in flat seam tailoring which provides me with good, satisfying work. I work on a variety of products from cotton mesh, produce bags, dish towels and even makeup pads. I live nearby the factory with my family. The materials used for your brand is totally different from other fast fashion brands we manufacture for. Especially the sewing yarn where we mostly use polyester yarn, when the management told me to use cotton sewing yarn I can remember the old days when I migrated to the city 14 years ago, where only cotton sewing yarn was used and slowly polyester yarn dominated the market due to its cheaper price, It's good the old nature friendly cotton yarn is coming back.