Blog about Korean cosmetics, reviews and articles
I am 28, have combination skin, freckles, and one forehead wrinkle (yes, one).
I bought this cleanser for two important reasons – a pretty packaging and a good discount on eopenmarket.com (but their shipping isn’t free). You can buy this on eBay or Amazon.
I must have been craving summer and watermelons.
The colorful plastic bottle only has two things in english – the name of the product and a warning on the back “Don’t Shake!”, the rest is in Korean.
[wc_column size=”one-half” position=”first”]
[wc_column size=”one-half” position=”last”]
I had to turn to the interwebs for usage instructions and ingredients list. I tried squeezing it out of the tube right away, but I think it did get shaken in transit, because all I got was some watery liquid. So I let the bottle sit in my shower, and now when I squeeze it, I get amazing, thick foam. I don’t have to foam it in my hands or with one of those nifty foamer mesher. The foam is thick and soft – really awesome. I definitely can’t make something like that with just my hands.
The products smells like fresh, juicy watermelon. A real watermelon, not some chemical alternative. It cleanses well without overstripping the skin. I don’t even have anything left to pop on my face after using this 🙂 I like using it in the mornings most of all, when I can’t even open my eyes yet, haven’t had my coffee, and I’m too lazy to foam anything in my palms.
The cleanser contains several types of acids, extracts of lemon and papaya, watermelon seed oil, and aloe juice. Even though these acids will not cause photosensitivity, you should still always use sunscreen during the day. I’m still not ready to use this daily, as I am new to acids, but I love it.
Ingredients Phyto Tree Watermelon Cleansing Bubble Foam Cleanser: water, glycerin, palmitic acid, stearic acid, potassium hydroxide, myristic acid, PEG-8, butylene glycol, polysorbate 20, Glyceryl Stearate, lemon fruit extract, betula platyphylla japonica juice, carica papaya fruit extract, chamomilla recutita flower water, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, hydrolyzed collagen, watermelon seed oil, ceramide, hyaluronic acid.
By Daniele Zedda • 18 February
By Daniele Zedda • 18 FebruaryNEXT POST → 34