Hey, you guys! I’m so glad to be back here in the blog. I wasn’t able to post reviews because my computer got infected with malware and I lost all my files. At the same time, my phone which I use most of the time to take photos also got broken. How tragic is it that my devices decided to give up on me all at once haha. But yeah, I’m gonna save that story for another blog post.
Today I’m going to share a quick rundown of my current favorite cleanser. Let’s jump straight into the review.
Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam
The Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam contains organic green tea extracts and other antioxidant-rich ingredients to cleanse away impurities without stripping moisture from the skin.
Squeeze an appropriate amount on the palm of your hand and create a rich lather. Massage onto your face in a circular motion. Rinse with lukewarm water.
Quantity | Price | Availability
150 ml | PHP 420 | Althea Korea or BeautyMNL
I’ve always been a fan of Innisfree’s cleansing foams. I like that they are effective and they contain a number of organic ingredients. I also like that a little amount of product goes a long way, which makes this cleansing foam so sulit.
The Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam is packed in a squeeze tube with a flip-top cap.
The product information is written in Korean and English.
Like most cleansing foams, this one also has a short nozzle at its end. (It’s pretty basic, why am I even mentioning that? Okay, moving on.)
The product comes in a pasty texture. It has a strange herbal scent which I couldn’t quite pin down exactly as green tea but it smells relaxing nonetheless.
I use this cleaning foam in the morning and at night time. It works well as a morning cleanser, thanks to its mild and gentle properties. The soothing scent is also a plus for me as it serves as a reminder for my senses to finally wake up and start the day.
As a night cleanser, I feel like it doesn’t remove all of a day’s worth of dirt and impurities. You know that feeling after washing your face that some film or layer of dirt is still left clinging on your face? It feels exactly like that with this cleanser.
To make up for its not-so-impressive cleansing properties, I make sure to double-cleanse using a cleansing water followed by this cleansing foam. But despite all of that, I like that it doesn’t strip moisture off of my skin and it still leaves my face soft and nourished.
4.5 out of 5 stars
What I like:
- It is mild and gentle, and it works well as a morning cleanser.
- It cleanse my skin without leaving it dry and flaky.
- It smells relaxing and soothing.
What I don’t like:
I’m taking away half a point for its average cleansing properties.
Will I repurchase?
Probably at some point.
Will I recommend?
I recommend the Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam to people with normal skin who are looking for a mild and decent cleanser.
I am not paid or compensated to write this review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. All items featured in this post are purchased through my own means.
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