Great dupe--very similar!
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Kayla says: Makeup Eraser is $20 for a 7x16 cloth & PleasingCare is also a 7x16 cloth but $6.99. You can get PleasingCare on Amazon. Both brands have a slightly different texture on each side to help with stubborn makeup. Both are very soft. They both claim to take off all your makeup (even stubborn eyeliner & mascara) by simply running the cloths under warm water & using circular motions on your face until your makeup comes off. I tried both brands on each side of my face and to my surprise both worked very well. I didn't have to do much work getting my foundation, mascara or eyeliner off my face. My skin didn't feel irritated by either brand. Both claim to be able to wash 1,000 times before you need to replace. In the end, I would choose PleasingCare over Makeup Eraser because you get the same product for a much lower price.
I use the amazon one. I’m so happy with it and for the price and as often as I use it. I’m hooked
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