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Believe it or not, Kaley Cuoco has been on television now for two decades.
The actress, best known for her role in “The Big Bang Theory,” has become quite the style and beauty icon over the years, posing on the cover of basically every major magazine and glamming it up on the red carpet with her vibrant cheekbones and fresh-faced looks.
While it took some time to achieve the star status she has now, it looks like she hasn’t aged a day since her early sitcom roles. We’re sure her beauty secrets are vast, but we’re happy to say that now we know at least one: the Face Halo makeup remover pad.
Celebrity makeup artist Jamie Greenberg posted a video of Cuoco trying out the Face Halo pad in, of all places, an airport bathroom. Greenberg sent Cuoco the product after the celebrity posted about the irritation she gets after using any kind of makeup wipe.
“Ok, so last time I traveled I told you guys that I’m now completely allergic to all makeup wipes,” Cuoco said to the camera. “Even the most natural ones are giving me a horrible, horrible response.”
In hopes of finding something that could remove makeup without irritating her skin, Cuoco tested a Face Halo pad for the first time on camera.
“It is literally a pad and it says add water to remove makeup. There is nothing in it, no chemicals — nothing. It’s reusable and it’s recyclable,” said Cuoco.
After rubbing the pad on her eyes and around her face, the actress revealed what she thought of the makeup wipe alternative.
“Totally impressed and my face is not on fire,” she said, after just a few seconds of using the pad. “Face Halo, you rock. I’m never going to leave home without this thing.”
Cuoco’s explanation of the product is pretty spot-on. Face Halo pads remove makeup and cleanse skin thanks to extremely thin (100 times finer than a strand of human hair) plush microfibers that lift makeup from even the deepest parts of your pores.
Unlike harsh chemicals so often found in makeup pads, Face Halo is designed to be gentle and only used with cool or warm water.
The pads can be machine-washed and reused 200 times each. And at just $22 for a pack of three, you’ll spend a fraction of what you would on a year’s supply of makeup wipes
While we don’t necessarily recommend washing your face in an airport bathroom like Cuoco, the perfectly rated five-star product definitely seems like something worth testing.
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