Really cheap foam cleansers from Holika holika. Daily garden cleansing foam

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~6 USD
120 ml

Holika holika daily garden cleansing foam

How to use it

If you double cleanse, you use this as your second cleanser. If you don’t double cleanse, you use this as you regular cleanser. Add a pea size in your palm and add some water, then rub your hands together and make a lather, this lather you then use to clean your face with.

Swatch cleansing foam Cammelia
Swatch cleansing foam Camellia

My thought on Holika Holika Daily Garden Cleansing Foam Bamboo and Camellia

I bought two versions of this because I was really curious (mainly because it was so cheap) that I really wanted to try them out.

The versions I bought was bamboo (soothing) and Camellia (moisturizing).

They do the job, that is clean your face, but without that squeaky-clean feeling, but afterwards my skin is clean and it doesn’t leave any residue on my skin after I rinse it off.

Swatch cleansing foam Bamboo
Swatch cleansing foam Bamboo

I usually don’t wear a lot of makeup so for me they really do the job. If you use a lot of heavy foundation and a lot of makeup, it would be great to get the information if they worked on you too.

If you use a lot of makeup, I would really recommend the double cleanse method.

I like that packaging, it is simply a tube, but it is easy to bring on travels and the packaging really serves its purpose. They have a strong smell, but the smell is really fresh so it really doesn’t bother me (and you know that I am really sensitive to smell).

Holika holika daily garden cleansing foam Holika holika daily garden cleansing foam

I really like these foam cleansers. It is not a wow feeling, but it does what it supposed to without making my skin too dry. I do feel a difference between the two and if you have dry skin I would definitely go for the Camellia. I don’t think i will buy them again. There are simply too many great cleansers that I just need to try.

I give this product 4/7

Where to get it

Ebay

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