Trying Something New: Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes

Recently, my husband and I got a Costco membership. Generally speaking, toiletries don’t tend to be the best values there (but I’m fine with buying things there for the convenience). It’s also fairly common knowledge that the in-house Kirkland Signature brand is pretty good quality, and items under that brand are often manufactured by major labels. Although I’m satisfied with the makeup removing wipes I’ve been using, I decided to try Costco’s Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes. So I decided to drop $11.99 for a box of 150.

Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes
Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes
, $11.99, Costco

The 150 are broken down into six smaller packages as follows:

  • Four 30-count plastic pouches¬†with flip-top lids
  • Two 15-count plastic pouches with resealable sticker lids

When you consider that I’ve been playing roughly $5 (though I do usually have a coupon) for 25 of the Simple branded wipes, and $4-5 for thirty of the Ponds ones, 2-3x as much for 5-6x the product is a great value; a no brainer if they work and don’t break me out.

The caveat, of course, of bulk buying is that it’s a pretty big commitment. I tend to use one wipe per day I wear makeup (which is not every day); if I wear it 5 out of 7 days in a week, it will take me upwards thirty weeks to get through these. Even if I don’t love them, as long as they don’t break me out I will use them up so I’m not wasting product.

I haven’t broken into them yet, but plan to this week. After I’ve had some time to assess their quality and performance, I’ll report back with a review.

Do you have any experience with Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes or other Kirkland Signature beauty products?

2 thoughts on “Trying Something New: Kirkland Daily Facial Towelettes

  1. My mom got me a Kirkland brand blush set several years ago. I remember the brush was pretty stiff-bristled, and the blush seemed to have a nice texture, but I couldn’t see it on my face at all. Then again, I was really tan at the time (and my mom is paler than me) so it might not really have been a pigmentation problem.

    • I’ve never seen their makeup, but even though I know the Kirkland brand is generally reliable, I’d probably skip makeup. That said, I wonder if Costco will release those mega-kits for the holidays (they make nice gifts for youngsters who like makeup)..

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