Etude House Baking Powder Pore Cleansing Foam How to Use
Foam cleanser exfoliates with micro scrub beads to remove oil, dirt and residues for a pore deep cleanse.
Etude House Baking Powder Pore Cleansing Foam is formulated with baking powder and to gently exfoliate skin and penetrate pores for a thorough cleanse.
How to Use
Apply to wet face and lather.
Massage thoroughly and rinse with warm water.
Etude House Baking Powder
The pore cleansing foam has a rather unique citrus scent as you press it out of the tube. It seems to be a scent that hasn’t been mentioned in any other reviews. There is a sweet soda like smell that follows the citrus, now that has been mentioned before in previous reviews. Both smells are equally lovely and enjoyable as you apply the cleansing foam to your face.
The Etude House cleanser can be used like any other normal cleansing foam. I used the pore cleanser morning and night every day. It doesn’t foam up as much as you think it would foam up and you only really need to use a pea size amount. The cleanser can be rubbed straight onto you face without needing to rub it around in your hands first. With only using a pea size amount each time, it will definitely last you a while.
Etude House’s cleansing foam does a great job of removing make up with just a small amount of foam. After washing it off your face, you really do feel that it has done a great job refreshing your skin. Before starting to use the pore cleansing foam I had pretty bad dry skin, mainly because of the cold dry weather that we’ve been having in the UK. Since using the foam, about 5 days ago, my skin is feeling softer and full of moisture. The texture of my skin is a lot smoother because it does an amazing job at washing away the grease and build up from going on the Tube every day.