COST: $8 for 10 cloths
THE SKINNY: I grabbed a sample pack of these cleansing cloths thinking they would be good after a lunchtime workout. They're OK but not nearly as useful as I had hoped.
These are made with eucalyptus, which you can really smell, as well as witch hazel, aloe and a few other ingredients meant to help remove excess oil from your skin.
The smell is a little off-putting, and the clean isn't as tangy as I wanted. They do a good job of removing grime and oil. But I'm not enamored by them.
The cloths are textured on one side to help with cleansing.
If you're looking for something to cleanse, exfoliate and calm your skin, these are worth a try.
KEEP OR TOSS: Keep. They do work.
CHECK IT OUT: Ole Henriksen recommends Grease Relief Cleansing Cloths for oily or blemish-prone skin.
-- Tested by Shay