Thursday, 19 March 2015

The Nima Mitt Review

Hi everyone.

So I posted this morning on my facebook page that I used The Nima Mitt to take off my Make-Up last night and ye all went crazy asking me questions about it, so I thought it deserves it's very own blog post :)

I've been following Nima Brush on facebook for awhile but never got around to ordering anything from them, so last week when I saw that this Nima Mitt was reduced to €5,(normally €9.95) I thought I would give it a go. €5 delivery as well so I thought for €10 I can't go wrong. And it was the best €10 I have ever spent.

I have to admit I was a bit sceptical about this Mitt that could remove all your Make-Up with no cleanser. But it does exactly as it says on the packet!

I had quite a bit of Make-up on yesterday so I really but it to the test. I ran it under some warm water and started with slow circular motions on my forehead, and the Make-up started to disappear. Then I tried it on my eyes, I had a waterproof mascara on, and guess what? It removed it.
I am beyond amazed with this product.

So I hear you asking, What is The Nima Mitt, and how does it work?
  • Its an Irish, eco-friendly make-up removal mitt.
  • Very, very tiny fibres, that are tightly woven that bind together when wet and when wiped over the skin, removes make-up, grime and oil.
  • Causes no irritation to the skin.
  • No cleansers, no foams, no soaps.
  • When your done, you just use some regular soap to rinse your mitt and leave to dry.





It's really that simple. I am still completely baffled by it. You wont be disappointed if you purchase this. It also saves on buyer cleansers and causes no harm to your skin. What more could you want ?
You can purchase it here. Be sure to let me know what you think of it :)


Orla
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P.S This post is not sponsored nor have I been paid to promote this product. I purchased this from my own money, and all opinions are 100% honest and my own. 

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