Monday, 13 August 2012

Moonie Face Cloths

Kia from Make Me Up has created an amazing all natural, hand made face cloth called Moonie.  The face behind the brand is Neil Moonie (and for a short while all purchases will receive a free Neil mascot).  

You can buy the hand made, natural unbleached muslin cloths in packs of 3 for £5.99 with free postage in the UK for a limited time period. UK postage only at present.




Neil has found a home in my bathroom!

The Moonie can be used to take off your cleanser as well as having other uses.  Kia suggests soaking the Moonie in water, squeezing the water out, laying it flat in the freezer for 20 minutes before lightly pressing under your eyes to de-puff eye bags.  Its also great for opening pores before cleansing or applying a mask - run the moonie under warm water, squeeze excess water and hold up to your face for 10 seconds for a gentle face steam.

I have been enjoying using the cloth.  Its got a natural scent and feels soft on the skin.  It's also a great size as I sometimes find other cloths are too small.

You can follow Neil on Twitter @neilmoonie and he is also on Facebook.  Kia's blog was one of the first I started reading and you can find it here.

Have you bought any yet? Or do you think you will?

24 comments:

  1. Ive got Moonies and I love them so much! I'm still using up all of my face wipes too but I don't think I will be buying any more for a while whilst I have these! They're brilliant!

    Helen xxx

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  2. Oh they look so lovely!! I'm definitely looking into them :) Thanks for this!

    Rache @ Live.Food.Love [xo]

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  3. I've heard good things about muslin! That little neil mascot is adorable!

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    1. They are so good are removing make up, I know so cute x

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    1. they feel amazing on the skin! would recommend x

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  5. That's one loaded bathroom basket Sandra! I was using muslin clothes for quite a while, but recently switched back to soft cotton facecloths. My skin seemed to be getting very red and sensitive with the muslin.

    Ali x

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    1. :) that's a shame re your use of muslin cloths, I vary between them and facecloths x

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  6. Hey! I found your blog through blog hop, and am really enjoying it so far! I've never used a muslin cloth before, as I can never find any! Will definitely check these out!
    Abbie! Xxx
    http://www.abbieslittleglitterworld.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you! I do recommend them! Following back x

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  7. I love my Moonies! I like how you've stored Neil :D x

    http://wewereraisedbywolves.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. Oh my god how cute are these?! Will definitely be purchasing when I need a few more muslin cloths! x

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  9. Just found you on the bloghop, love your blog :)

    Georgina
    www.makeup-pixi3.com

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    1. :) thank you and thanks for the follow - I'm following you already x

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  10. Sounds like a pretty good product, I love the little mascot!

    Charlotte

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    1. I know he's so cute! The cloths are so nice to use x

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  11. love the sound of these. i love the look of them too :) x

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  12. Going to get some of these - I want one of the little Neil figures too! x

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    1. You should! He is rather cute :) x

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