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Delon 100% Cotton Rounds

Started 1355409370.4 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1355882987.137 by WhateverLolaWants

If you are tired of dealing with cotton pads that disintegrate the moment you use it or having to pick off lint from nail polish, I highly recommend Delon 100% Cotton Rounds. I get them from Costco at 800 rounds for $10.99. You can also find them on Amazon.

They may cost more than the average drugstore cotton pads, but they are so much more durable. The first time I tried them, I used one pad to remove nail polish from all ten toes! And the best part is they are lint free.

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kabella1355409822.463951 PostsRegistered 1/30/2012

Yes, I use cotton rounds for nails & removing eyemakeup. Thanks for the Reco. Great Deal wow!

KatherineW1355410003.8628130 PostsRegistered 3/16/2009Alabamian by Birth; Southern By The Grace of God

I might try these. The ones I use I have to use 3 or so at one time, drench them all in remover and scrub away.




turtle521355410609.8672353 PostsRegistered 2/22/2008

I TOTALLY agree! Since using them I can NEVER go back! They are worth every penny. I used to have to buy them by the case, but now they are available in a smaller size at Costco as you have mentioned.

This too shall pass.

glmama1355423009.75319611 PostsRegistered 12/8/2006
Summer-Thanks for the rec!

Over 40. Dark hair. Fair, with mild-moderate Rosacea. Finicky skin. Did I mention--Gorgeous? ;)

HappyDaze1355423523.76315617 PostsRegistered 6/13/2012

I LOVE these- they are all I use for everything, including cleaning my pups' ears. They've never left any cotton behind and they are soft and gentle.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...but becomes something entirely different when someone STEALS your ideas and claims the credit for themselves.

“Only those with no memory insist on their originality.” -Coco Chanel

Good4u1355427098.5133170 PostsRegistered 1/12/2008USA - Midwest

Delon is a GREAT company. I purchase my Argan oil from them for under $10 per bottle and use it for my hair which I am very happy with since using it.

Beauty is ALWAYS before age...(Dorthy Parker misquoted intentionally)
Light-golden warm skin tone (dry side), olive-green eyes, medium brunette: Dominant Color season - Warm Autumn.

penguin631355430848.543537 PostsRegistered 3/6/2006

ARE THEY MADE IN THE USA?


Southern F­ried Chick1355431142.387050 PostsRegistered 11/17/2007

Thanks for sharing. Do they make TP? I'm so sick of cotton balls and TP disintegrating.

D Oro1355434274.2234069 PostsRegistered 2/17/2011Knock Knock, USA

Thanks for the recommendation.

The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.
-- Coco Chanel

Life is too short to spend hoping that a perfectly arched eyebrow or hottest new lip shade will mask an ugly heart.---Kevin Aucoin

summer1355434826.647441 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
On 12/13/2012 penguin63 said:

ARE THEY MADE IN THE USA?


They are made in Canada.

summer1355435314.443441 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
On 12/13/2012 Southern Fried Chick said:

Thanks for sharing. Do they make TP? I'm so sick of cotton balls and TP disintegrating.

I'm not familiar with this company, but I just took a look at their website labdelon, and they don't seem to carry TP.

I notice they have a few different cotton pads. I don't know what the difference is, but the one I'm talking about is the 100% Pure Cotton Premium Cotton Rounds in the green plastic packaging (not the cosmetic pads) that Costco carries.

Southern F­ried Chick1355443245.7037050 PostsRegistered 11/17/2007
On 12/13/2012 summer said:
On 12/13/2012 Southern Fried Chick said:

Thanks for sharing. Do they make TP? I'm so sick of cotton balls and TP disintegrating.

I'm not familiar with this company, but I just took a look at their website labdelon, and they don't seem to carry TP.

I notice they have a few different cotton pads. I don't know what the difference is, but the one I'm talking about is the 100% Pure Cotton Premium Cotton Rounds in the green plastic packaging (not the cosmetic pads) that Costco carries.


summer, thank you for the info.I'm checking their site out.

WhateverLo­laWants1355882987.1375747 PostsRegistered 10/7/2008New Mexico, not really new, not really Mexico

I purchased these at Costco and tried them today. The package states the edges are sealed, but mine did not seem to be -- the lint-free layer was wadding up immediately.

I know Costco cheerfully accepts returns, but my guess is that the others at the store in the same case would be the same.

Seems like a good idea, just don't like having a lifetime supply of defective ones to work my way through ... {#emotions_dlg.mad}

Lola

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