Ecosophist reusable makeup remover pads are made of organic reusable bamboo, organic hemp, and cotton. Our reusable makeup pads are suitable for skin types including sensitive skin, dry or oily skin and delicate eye area. These super soft and amazingly effective reusable makeup pads can be used by men, women even great for babies! Ecosophist makeup removal pads can be used 200-250 times. Using our Ecopads as we call them, can help our planet due to their sustainability. Our Ecopads come with their own laundry bag and make a great gift idea.

Our Reusable Cotton Pads are the perfect combination when used with warm water to remove eye makeup or to remove your face mask!

The quickest, simplest and easiest way to remove makeup. Save more than 1400 single-use disposable cotton pad & cotton round per year going to landfill. Our Ecopads are non-toxic and zero-waste. Simple & effective makeup remover.

Washing our makeup wipe in warm water immediately after each use will make it easier to remove the mascara and makeup (before it sets in). Pop your makeup remover pads into the mesh laundry bag and throw it in your washing machine for a deeper or an additional clean (once a week)

Ecosophist offers 100% reusable zero waste eco-friendly alternatives. Our reusable makeup remover pads are better for your wallet, skin & planet. Our ecopads are softer, thicker & bigger than disposable cotton facial cleansing wipes for effective makeup removal anywhere. These washable makeup pads when used with some cleanser or toner are a cost-effective way to remove makeup and are suitable for sensitive skin.

Ecosophist reusable makeup remover pads are designed to be used in the same way as disposable ones. Toner will wash out easily, but some staining may occur from nail polish. However, if you wash and dry them properly, this shouldn't affect their cleansing capability.


Why are disposable cotton round bad?

Disposable pads, disposable wipe, cotton rounds and cotton balls contribute to the huge volume of waste produced by the beauty industry every year. They either end up in landfill, where they fail to fully decompose, or they flow into the ocean, often harming sea life.

Let's promote #SustainableBeauty

“There is no such thing as ‘away’. When we throw anything away it must go somewhere.” – Annie Leonard, Proponent of Sustainability