Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes (also known as Simple Kind to Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes) can be used on sensitive skin, although be careful with these if you do have extremely sensitive skin. Preferably do a patch test before using them on your face.
I found that these wipes did remove stubborn make-up easily,including waterproof mascara, without having to apply too much pressure. They’re not the softest wipes on the market and have quite a rough texture, which left the delicate skin around my eyes feeling a little sensitive and looking red and puffy afterwards.
Personally, I prefer make-up remover wipes or facial wipes that come in package with a resealable clip-closed lid rather than a sticker. After a few uses the sticker refuses to remain stuck and the remainder of the wipes tend to start drying out. Storing the package of wipes upside down (with the sticker at the bottom) does help to keep the package closed and prevents the wipes from drying out too quickly.
Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes are not paraben free as they contain both Methylparaben and Propylparaben. The packaging states that there are “no animal derived ingredients”, although I have read that this product is tested on animals. Their website is not very clear on this topic, stating “our parent company Unilever have been leading our industry and investing 3 million a year for the past 7 years on developing alternative non-animal testing methods.” Not very clear on whether or not they still test on animals, so I won’t be purchasing this product again!
Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes are available from supermarkets and online.