Real Simple magazine seems to be mainly about making pointless things, buying pointless things, and following trends. And men, well, they are actively dis-invited from reading it.
And Simple cleansing comes in wipes in a plastic container.
That said, I have them because I used Klout and got offered them as a free "perk"--which isn't actually very simple to begin with.
And I kind of liked them, and I liked the idea of simple natural ingredients.
Above the fold is says: vitamins, alcohol (no oils), no perfumes or dyes.
- water (okay)
- cetearyl isononanoate
- glyceryl stearate,
- cetearyl alcohol,
- sodium citrate,
- disodium EDTA,
- propylparaben (what?)
If that's simple, I'd hate to see complicated.