This is the most popular type of Biore facial foam according to their official website, that’s why I chose this one. Another reason why I wanted to try this facial cleanser is that my previous one can’t seem to moisturize my skin well in this cold season. Winter chill is nearing and my skin starts to feel really dry so I need a facial cleanser that can cleanse my face and at the same time help retain its moisture. I’ve been using Biore Skin Care Facial Cleanser Moisture (also known as Biore Skin Care Facial Foam Moisture) for almost 3 weeks now and here’s my straightforward review.
- A facial cleanser that has Skin Purifying Technology (SPT), a cleansing technology developed by Biore. A technology that removes dirt that causes irritation to the skin and protects the original moisture of the skin .
- Makes your skin moist and smooth after washing.
- It primes skin for lotion.
- Helps makeup go on smoothly.
- Can be used on baby’s skin.
- Other 4 types: Acne Care, Oil Control, Scrub, Rich Moisture
Water, glycerin, stearic acid, myristic acid, laureth-6 carboxylic acid, palmitic acid, K hydroxide, lauric acid, sorbitol, polyquaternium-7, PG, sodium benzoate, EDTA-2Na, fragrance
HOW TO USE:
Take an appropriate amount (about 2 to 3 cm) and mix a little water to make a lather. Gently massage all over your face. Rinse well.
- A little amount of this product can do so much.
- Smells refreshing (fresh floral scent).
- It can truly make my face feel smooth and moisturized after washing. How to know if your skin is moisturized after using this product? You don’t get that flaky skin after using it.
- Doesn’t give me that tingling or tightening sensation during or after use.
- Easy to rinse off.
- It doesn’t only moisturize your skin, it also helps combat acne as it contains lauric acid. An ingredient that has antibacterial properties according to Healthline. I think it must be true because my acne prone skin has been free from it since the day I started using it. Sometimes my skin breaks out when I try a new product.
- I’ve checked all the ingredients and found out that they don’t pose a health risk to humans. Even if it contains stearic acid which may be toxic when used in concentrated solutions as stated by Raw Chemistry, my sensitive skin hasn’t shown any signs of irritation since day one. This means this cleanser contains stearic acid with a very low concentration.
- Made in Japan
- Contains synthetic fragrance. Yes, it’s refreshing but I actually would prefer to use fragrance-free skincare products.
I’ll keep using this throughout winter since my skin is quite satisfied with it at the moment. Recommended!
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