Monday 24 November 2014

Speed Review: Heaven by Deborah Mitchell EllaJane Celebrity Skin Wipes

I have to admit that when I first heard that one of my favourite skincare brands, Heaven by Deborah Mitchell, was launching cleansing wipes, I was dubious. I've repeatedly stated my dislike for cleansing wipes for a variety of reasons but mainly because I simply don't feel that they offer a sufficiently effective cleanse. Having said this, I can appreciate their convenience, particularly at this time of year as we head into party season and I realise that they're better than nothing when you're in a pinch.

I like the story behind Heaven's Celebrity Skin Wipes. Founder, Deborah Mitchell and her daughter, Ella developed the wipes together and it's clear that they are intended to appeal to a younger audience in addition to fans of the main Heaven line.

The packaging is minimalist and chic. Those who place importance upon eco credentials will appreciate that the plastic packaging is made from renewable materials and uses far less oil than other plastic. What's more, the wipes themselves are made from certified organic cotton. I liked that the packaging includes an expiration date.

The packet of 30 wipes is rather bulky and this means that they wouldn't be my first choice for travel. Having said this, the reason for the bulkiness is down to the size and quality of the wipes. I'd have preferred a secure clip fastening rather than the sticker closure.

The wipes themselves are the most generously sized I've come across. I normally find that when using wipes, I need to use a couple which makes them something of a false economy. However, with the Heaven by Deborah Mitchell EllaJane Celebrity Skin Wipes, I only needed to use one each time. The quality of the wipes also impressed me. They're thick and easily passed my "tear test".

The wipes contain skincare ingredients such as Apple Pectin, Honey and Peppermint and are sufficiently saturated so that there's no need to rub at skin. I noticed a slightly medicinal scent but it's not offensive.

At £7.30 for a pack of 30 wipes, Heaven by Deborah Mitchell EllaJane Celebrity Skin Wipes are more expensive than many on the market. However, they're some of the best I've come across and I feel that the quality makes them worth the extra money. I still can't bring myself to actually recommend wipes but if I was going to, it would be these.


1 comment

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