CLEANSE - REMOVE - EXFOLIATE | $20
From coin to cloth, to cleanse, remove and exfoliate, our Cleansing Coins™ gently, yet thoroughly, remove cleanser, dirt and impurities when paired with your favorite cleanser. These 1-inch coins morph into 10 x 10-inch cloths when moistened with water, and their woven texture allows for daily use to gently cleanse and unveil a radiant blank slate. Each tube of Cleansing Coins contains 12 coins.
To prep a Cleansing Coin, moisten with water or micellar water (if removing makeup) and unroll into a cloth. To remove cleanser, exfoliants, masks or makeup, sweep the moist cloth over your face, rinsing as needed. To lather your cleanser and more deeply clean your pores, drape the cloth over fingers and massage in circular motions.
The Skinsheet offers a revolutionary solution to traditional facial cotton. Our biobased cotton is made from regenerated cotton cellulose, a highly biodegradable fiber that is naturally derived from cotton. Cotton linter is usually wasted – no longer the case with The Skinsheet. With our products, it is dissolved into cellulose fibers and spun without binders or additives. This means that our products are less wasteful to manufacture, use and dispose of. They are also more absorbent, gentle, pure and versatile than cotton – because what works best for Mother Earth, tends to work beautifully for us as well.
The Skinsheet’s materials are certified for industrial and home compost, and soil and marine biodegradability.
Experience your most thorough cleanse yet when you use The Cleansing Coins to lather and remove your favorite cleanser.
These 1-inch coins morph into 10 x 10-inch cloths when moistened with water, and their woven texture allows for daily use to gently cleanse and unveil a radiant blank slate.
These were not what I originally thought they were. The coins don't jut expand but also unfold and unroll making a sheet. I wasn't really looking for a sheet but have to admit I am thoroughly impressed with it. The sheet is a good size, soft but also with texture due to the holes. Overall a convenient easy to travel option.
-You get 12 pieces of cleansing coins in a tube
-There are the size of coins and it expands into a 10 x 10-inch sheet when you add water to it
-It is good for traveling to clean your face but not big enough as a bath towel
-It saves a lot of space and you can just throw it away after using it
These arrive in a compact little tube. You pop the top off and then remove one of these wide disks. I really didn't know what to expect at all as I ran these under warm water. As the water hits this, it changes color: it becomes a tan sort of color. Now, this doesn't open on it's own (it took a moment for me to realize that). And, it isn't going to flop open. Instead, you are going to unroll it from the side.
When this is unrolled, this is a sort of mesh fabric. I used this to remove a heavy mud mask. I had to rinse this several times, but it really did help to expedite the process (and these rinse easily since they are mesh).
These are disposable, so toss this after one use.
I think these are really handy. I always feel bad using a conventional washcloth to remove my masks (kind of a messy waste that then needs to be washed in the washer). So, this has a nice place in my weekly routine.
A cool idea. A really wild, unexpected product! Recommended!
These tiny coins turn into cloths which is super neat. Would be great for travel since they dont take up a bunch of room. You do still need a cleaner of some sort as they are just the cloth. Kind of hard to unroll at the beginning but once you get it out its a super neat concept.
I found these cleansing coins handy for travel because they pack up so small, but unfold to be almost as large as a full paper towel sheet but they're a little bit too expensive to use on a regular basis. They are almost 3x the cost of my usual facial pads. Perhaps if they included the cleanser I could find a justification.
They are nice and soft and do a good job, and as I said are larger than the average facial towelette but in the end they aren't for me.