My obsession with coconut continues with Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes

Guess who is going out of town for an overnight trip (sans baby) later this month?! Meeeee! Quick overnight trips can be more difficult than longer ones because you’ve got to prep yourself for dealing with airplanes, hotels, ground transportation and meetings all in 2 days. But if I can do that while 9 weeks pregnant and dreadfully ill I know I can do it now. I’m getting a head start on packing my cosmetic bag and I am soooo throwing these Pacifica Wipes up in there. I got these babies for review and I know I’ve featured several cleansing wipes before but I am so lovin’ on these.

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes

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For one, they are vegan! Wooo hoo! I’m no vegan but I tend to only regularly use vegan skincare products. And not just to be cool but because my skin acts crazy with products with a ton of mess in ’em. So yeah, these are great because they are without the yucky ingredients.

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes mission

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes ingredients

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes rocks

And they’re cheap too. $6 for 20 wipes is a darn good deal for wipes that you plan to keep in your travel bag. The packaging is great too…

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes pacakaging

Pacifica Purify Coconut Water Cleansing Wipes open

The hard plastic lid closes securely enough to keep the cloths moist. WIN! I should really dabble more into Pacifica products. They are my kind of brand!



-You don’t need water for these. Just pull from the package and wipe face.
-They do a great job at removing makeup too! Especially eyeliner and face powders.
-Affordable! $6? C’mon, that’s nothing!
-Skin feels great after use, not too try and they don’t leave an oily residue either.
-Easy to find! You can get these from Target or


-The packaging says that “all natural” fragrance is used but that seems ridiculously vague.
-They are a bit lint-y. So while they do great at removing eyeliner, I’d rather use my own makeup remover with lint-free pads.
-The coconut fragrance is nice and dissipates quickly but it may be a bit too strong for some.


Yeeppp, I’m lovin’ these! Can’t wait to try more products from Pacifica!

  • Oh wow! I love Pacifica products, I have a couple of perfumes and I just finish one of their Body Butters. I didn’t know they had Wipes.
    Now I will totally be in the lookout :-)

  • This product sounds AMAZING! I currently use the makeup removing wipes from Soap and Glory and I love them, but they’re a bit pricey. I’m trying the Simple brand next and then I’m definitely gonna give these a spin :)

  • Ooo, I want to try these! Maybe you can slide me one, since I will see you on the same getaway you talk about above :)

  • Alamogal

    I just got back from a 3-week trip through France. I took these cleansing wipes along and don’t know what I would have done without them. Between trains, planes and tightly-scheduled activities, these were a godsend. They are mild yet thorough and I LOVE the scent. Just what you need for quick cleansing or the occasional pick-me-up.

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  • This product is really great. It’s cheap and gentle on the skin. I will always use this Pacifica wipes.

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  • So happy that you reviewed these. I picked these up for those lazy, totally ready to crash nights and the price is right.

    However, I’m highly suspicious about the “natural fragrance” claim. Smells synth to me (which is fine) but claims like “natural fragrance” aren’t regulated so it drives me bonkers when I see it used on products.

  • Kym

    I purchased some of these on Sunday, I can’t wait to try them out. I have gotten into the habit of trying to use up what I have before I open anything new.