Organic Cotton Balls

100 count

Retail Price: $3.89


Our Price: $2.75 (Save 29%)

100 count

Why You’ll Love It

A small item used daily can have a big impact on the environment. So whether you’re using cotton balls to remove makeup or treat wounds, make sure they’re chlorine-free and made with 100% organic cotton—the purest form of cotton grown with traditional farming methods that don’t use any pesticides or chemicals. This also makes them gentle and safe enough to use on babies and even the most sensitive skin. Strongly knit fibers prevent shedding. Great for makeup and polish remover, cosmetic, and ointment application. Includes 100 organic cotton balls per pack.
SKU: 895199001248

About This Brand

We here at Maxim Hygiene Products, a family run company, are a little particular when it comes to good hygiene. Our Founding Father and CEO, Kenneth Alvandi, named the brand after his main goal of providing women with MAXIMum natural protection for good hygiene. He spent twenty five years in the industry learning exactly what that means when it comes to a woman's most intimate feminine products. He combined his experience with his personal values for healthy sustainable living, and having three very special women in his life (his wife and two daughters), in order to take his vision 'to the max' with the first complete line of 100% Organic and Natural Chlorine Free Cotton feminine hygiene brand products to launch in the U.S. Inspired by her father’s vision and her own personal virtues, Rebecca Alvandi, our Co-Founding Daughter & Vice President, teamed up with Kenneth for Maxim’s official launch in 2008. Rebecca’s devotion to the company is driven by her desire to keep women...
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Ingredients

100% Organic Cotton


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Reviews For Organic Cotton Balls

Based on 7 Reviews

Fall Apart Easy

These are awesomely soft but they unravel super easy. Still better than using others with who knows what in them!

- Skye

The softest ever

These are the softest, most gentle cotton balls I have ever used. They even feel healthier.

- Rhonda

love

I love that these are organic and biodegradable

- marlene

Love Them

I love that these are organic! They are nice and thick and work just as well as the non-organic kind.

- Lindsey

Great quality, good price

I used to get cotton balls at Whole Foods, but knew I could find a better price. I found some at Target & Walgreens and bought the Target ones, which were a similar price. I have to say that these have a much better quality than the Target ones. The Target organic cotton balls feel thinner, cheaper, and even a little synthetic. These, however, are thick, of a good, medium size, and feel much more ample and truly cotton. Thrive used to not have organic cotton balls, and I'm so glad they have them now! Thanks for listening.

- JS

Just a little small

I like that they are organic because I use them daily to remove makeup but I wish they were a little bit bigger. Will continue to buy.

- Linda

Good product

I prefer organic cotton so I like these.

- Catherine

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