The Neutrogena cleansing wipes have a clean, citrus smell but the wipes themselves can be a little drying. For the use on non-oily skin, the wipes can also potentially cause breakouts. The cleansing wipes are listed as being used for acne-prone skin, so perhaps the harsher elements, like the salicylic acid, is what makes it more of an acne-fighting agent rather than a simple facial wipe to freshen up.
The Yes to Cucumbers Facial Towelettes leave a more hydrated feeling after use with a refreshing, subtle scent of cucumber. When used on normal to dry skin, the towelettes do a good job cleaning away makeup while not feeling like the skin is being stripped. These towelettes also come in a smaller, travel-size perfect for on-the-go. But if skin is oilier and more prone to breakouts, than it may not be as effective as a treatment versus just an end-of-day solution to remove makeup and buildup on the face.
Neither product is recommended to replace regular face washing, but in a pinch as a substitute or to use to complement a skincare routine, both products have their perks. However, the *win goes to Yes to Cucumbers Facial Towelettes.
*based on normal to dry skin use