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Seventh Generation Mandarin Refreshing Facial Cleansing Cloths REVIEW

Updated on March 28, 2014

Seventh Generation Mandarin Refreshing Facial Cleansing Cloths

Seventh Generation Mandarin Refreshing Facial Cleansing Cloths

This seems like good honest skin care to me. Natural? Well that's another issue. There are quite a few natural ingredients listed on the ingredient list, but a lot I won't even try to pronounce. Simple natural ingredients are usually easy to pronounce. Hmph. I tried this product in a single serving sample size from, free product samples are great!

I'm covering my honest opinions here. I do think I will be trying some of their other products.

Apparently they make an entire line of products, lotions, shampoo's, facial cleansers, baby products, household cleansers, and lots of other stuff. Cool. Good to know. They've got my attention...

Facial Cloths

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Packaging1 single use facial cloth
1 single use facial cloth
1 single use facial cloth

Mandarin Refreshing Facial Cleansing Cloths

Since I had the chance to try 1 single cloth, I tried to take into consideration everything about the packaging and the product.

It was packed in an easy to open bag, not overly decorated or clogged with a ton of advertising (see my photos), the design of the pack was similar to a tea bag. Simply tear the pack open, remove the cloth from the bag and begin.

The cloth when opened was about 6 inches x 5 inches, a decent size. It was extremely soft. Nothing leaked from the bag when opening, but the cloth was well saturated.

It smelled fantastic. Like fresh cut mandarin oranges. I used the cloth on my entire face, neck, behind my ears, my chest and on my arms. It promptly removed my eye makeup without irritating the skin around my eyes, which is normally sensitive. I even used it two times. A half hour after the first use, it retained its moisture well after an hour after opening, when I had stuffed it into the original packaging. I gotta admit, another thing I really enjoyed was how well I could wipe out my ears with these things, and my belly button, in that order. You can really get into nooks and cranny's. It's hard to scrub those bits in the shower.

I'd use these on hot days, to freshen up my skin. I think they'd be great for camping, or road trips, or similar activities. Great for on the go, just as stated on the packaging. They also seem like they'd be great when my skin is overly oily. I have naturally oily skin, this cloth seemed to eliminate that. There was a nice light toning affect too. Bonus. I don't think I'd solely rely on them for morning or evening skincare, but I could, because they are only $5.99 for a 30 count pack!

USDA Certified Biobased Product?

I'm not entirely sure what Biobased means other than the majority of the ingredients are plant based.


I don't know. I'd have to Google 65% of the ingredient list on the packaging of the facial cloths to be sure. So I'm not sold 100% on the all Biobased natural blabbering. But is anything truly 100% natural? I don't think so. Think about the can of soda you chug down, even the vitamin waters? Most chemicals in your household are not 100% natural, and probably never will be. But finding a product that leaves a lighter imprint on the planet is a bonus, and I believe Seventh Generation products do that, since the bases are derived from plant matter.

With this being said, I was happy enough with my peronsal experience with this product, that I plan on trying other things they make.

You should consider it too.

This particular product seemed well made, acted as advertised, and made my skin feel great. Their products seem reasonably priced, with lots of variety for all of your household needs. They are light on the planet, and seem to be progressive and modern.

Seventh Generation Mandarin Refreshing Facial Cleansing Cloths, a great product worth trying.

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© 2013 Rebecca


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      6 years ago

      Use Kara wipes this product also it really work..Kara is a brand which specializes in producing wet wipes for better hygiene. Wet wipes that leave you with a clean feel and bacteria free.

      Work it -

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      6 years ago from USA

      Thanks! Try these things, they are really nice. :)

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      Shadaan Alam 

      6 years ago from India

      It sounds interesting, the facial cloths are really essential part of our daily makeup routine and it is utmost important that we should clean the skin before going to sleep, surely these cleansing cloths would be beneficial to the skin. Voted up


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