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ãDouble-layer designã: two-layer design, the first layer has a spherical handle cover to prevent dust in the cotton swab layer, and the second layer has an open cut, which can easily remove the cotton pad or cotton ball. Very simple and convenient for beauty use.
ãEasy to cleanã: easy to clean with soap to keep the bathroom neat and orderly without effort. Comes with a lid with a handle that can be removed quickly and easily.
ãAcrylic materialã: made of transparent, smooth acrylic material, looks like glass, but safer than glass. Easy to save.
ãUsageã: This transparent cotton swab/cotton pad holder can easily store many items in the home office, such as lipstick, eye shadow, office supplies, home accessories, safety pins, nails, cotton balls, cotton swabs, makeup pads and other bathrooms Accessories.
ãQuality assuranceã: If you have any problems in the purchase, please contact us in time, we will solve your problems in the first time, and will not cause you any loss.
1. Multifunctional: suitable for storing cosmetics, stationery, remote control, etc.
2. Colorful life: it can make your cosmetics and other small things clearer.
3. Easy to use: Each tank has a removable lid, making essential items and bathroom accessories easy to use and clean.
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