Makeup wipes are a method of removing cosmetics from the epidermis. Byrdie.com describes makeup wipes as, “single-use cloths soaked with facial cleanser and/or makeup remover to rid skin of the day’s beauty products, not to mention any remnants of dirt or debris”.
According to the FDA, makeup wipes are classified as a cosmetic due to it’s use as a personal cleansing product.
Overall makeup sales in the U.S. declined 4 percent to $1.8 billion in the first quarter, while more natural skin care products like tinted moisturizers and setting sprays to brighten skin became the fastest-growing segment within face makeup
Aside from their individual consistencies, there are a few key differences between setting powders and sprays. Powders are typically used as a last sealing step for complexion products, such as foundation and concealer, while sprays are used to lock everything down after your entire makeup look is complete.
Phthalates are a salt of phthalic acid used as a solvent in cosmetics. Phthalates have the potential to act as an endocrine disruptor, which interferes with the production of hormones.