Comodynes towelette came from my friend's Birchbox, and the L'Oreal towelette is something you can find at any drugstore. Here's how they stacked up:
L'Oreal $1.67 per towelette
Comodynes $2.25 per towelette
Scent: Both wipes claim to have a "fresh scent" rather than the typical sunless tanner smell. The Comodynes scent is stronger and smells like a light floral perfume. The L'Oreal wipe has a light citrus-floral scent. When I first applied the products, I definitely preferred the smell of L'Oreal. However, about 20 minutes after application, the L'Oreal scent fades into that typical sunless tanner smell.
Packaging: The packaging is nearly identical for both products. The wipes are folded, and the user is instructed to gradually unfold the wipes as they're applying the product.
Staying power: Comodynes beats L'Oreal in this category, hands down. The tan was still there well after a week. My L'Oreal tan only lasted a couple of days.
Streaking: Both arms came out streak-free (woohoo!), but I've noticed subtle streaking with Comodynes in the past — especially on my legs.
The verdict: I would definitely use both of these sunless tanners again. Because I don't have time to use sunless tanner more than once every couple of weeks, I will probably repurchase the Comodynes wipes. Overall, staying power is the most important quality for me. If you're looking for a less expensive option for a night out, I would recommend using the L'Oreal wipes.