For roughly 7 years, I was faithful to my St. Ives Apricot Scrub . But it finally got harsh for me, so I ventured out to find a new facial wash.
Since I was already using Happy Teatime Cleansing Foam – Peach Tea of Etude House, the SA of the store suggested I use their Yogurt Peel Cleansing Foam – Super Berry Mix. Among the 5 “flavors” to choose from, this suited the combi skin type. Me, believing the SA, I got it and tested it when I got home.
Yogurt Peel Cleansing Foam – Super Berry Mix isn’t exactly something that will make your face peel. It’s just a regular cleansing foam. With little pink beads.
How to use: Just like any facial wash, you squish the product out of the tube and massage it on your face. A little amount of the product goes a big way. It lathers up well, and has hint of raspberries (somewhat like the cheap, factory-made raspberry smell).
The beads sort of rolls on to your face until it dissolves completely. It’s not that abrasive, at least for me (note that I’m a St. Ives Apricot Scrub user, they’re pretty abrasive).
Results: This cleansing foam doesn’t give you that squeaky-clean feel on the face after use. But it did gave me bumps and pimples (which occurs very rare on me!!!!). 😦 This may work for people who are less sensitive as compared to me.
The cost? You’d get a 150ml tube for a price of P278 (roughly $6.18). The tube would last you more than a month, but that would be based on your usage. Not bad, huh?
Will I buy this again? Definitely not. I didn’t even finish the entire thing for my face and decided to use it to my arms and legs.
*Sigh* I guess I should stick with my Happy Teatime Cleansing Foam – Peach Tea…. For now. :p