[INNISFREE] Green Tea Pure Cleansing Foam: Review

7:09:00 PM Mei B 0 Comments


Hey cupcakes!
Many of you may not know it, but I'm a huge fan of Innisfree's products, especially their cleansers, mask sheets and their green tea line.
Today, I decided to review one of my top 3 cleansing foams, which is Innisfree's green tea pure cleansing foam.



Description and claims:
This mild cleansing foam cleanser contained with jeju eco-friendly green tea moisturizing, antioxidant ingredients and kaolin washes off not only makeup residue but also soft facial hair impurities with its refined and foamy lather as it helps to create a fresh and clean skin. (RIP English...)

Volume: 150 ml

Ingredients:
Glycerin, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Stearic Acid, Water, PEG-32, Potassium Hydroxide,  Kaolin, Lauric Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Trehalose, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Orchid Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract, Disodium Edta, Cocamidopropyl Bentaine, PEG-100 Stearate, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Benzoate, Fragrance.

The packaging  notes that there are 88% natural ingredients in it.


How to use: 
Squeeze an appropriate amount onto clean hands and create lather, Smoothly massage over your face and thoroughly rinse with lukewarm water afterwards. 

Packaging:

The packaging gives off that natural concept feel, and the simple squeeze tube makes its usage more hygienic. 

The scent:
I personally am in love with its fresh scent. But it may be too strong and artificial for your taste, but it's perfect for me.

The performance:
The product has a creamy consistency, not too hard nor too watery. With a little bit of water it lathers up quite nicely, that becomes more like a milky liquid when you use a lot of water.

This cleanser does a great job washing off the impurities as claimed, without stripping the skin from its natural moisture nor making it feel squeaky clean.
it also claims that it washes off the makeup, but it didn't stay true to its claims since it left some makeup residues on my skin after using it, but it doesn't  really bother me since I use a cleansing oil to remove my makeup.

Summary
Pros: 
- Affordable price.
- Cleanses w/out stripping the skin from its moisture.
- Hygienic tube.
- Fresh green tea scent.
- Many good ingredients  (88% natural ingredients)
- Somehow moisturises the skin.

Cons:
- leaves some makeup residue  (especially lip stains)
- Some people might dislike it due to the added fragrance.
- High pH (like most of the other cleansing  foams)

Would I repurchase it?
Absolutely. I'm planning to try the Jeju volcanic pore cleansing  foam as well since I've read many good reviews about it.


Where can you buy it?

Innisfree Green Tea Pure Cleansing Foam retails for $8.20 here


4/5


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