Cotton too is about simplicity, quality, and personal beauty. 100% cotton, total 400 cotton balls
Soft and gentle, 100% cotton, for all kinds of skin care applications
Absorbent to facilitate application for cleanups, skin care, wiping skin
Great for makeup application or removal
Gentle enough for baby's skin
Cotton too is about simplicity, quality, and personal beauty, providing best-in-class 100% cotton beauty products.
From the manufacturer
Cotton Too is all about providing premium 100% cotton beauty and personal care products.
100% Cotton Swabs
Made with 100% cotton tips, trust Cotton Too to be soft and reliable for all of your needs. Great for baby, beauty and home.
100% Cotton Balls
Our Cotton Balls are made from 100% cotton making them both soft and absorbent. Perfect for all your cosmetic, baby care and home needs.
100% Cotton Rounds
Cotton Too rounds are made from layers of 100% pure cotton, making them both luxuriously soft yet strong for all your skin and nail care needs. The patented stitched edge provides extra strength and prevents linting.
Cotton Too Makeup Wedges are ideal for applying and blending all types of foundation, concealer, blush and creams. Use the edges of the wedge for precise touch-ups, contouring and blending cosmetics.
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