Washing my face with Innisfree Jeju volcanic pore cleansing foam; review

innisfree jeju volcanic pore cleanser

innisfree jeju volcanic pore cleanser


150 ml or 300 ml from 10 USD
This is a foam cleanser and it is suitable for all skin types.
Herbal scent, not too strong
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma

A perfect product to be used after an oil cleanser if you double cleanse. There are Jeju volcanic clusters which are supposed to help in cleaning your pores and absorb excess sebum.

How to use it?

Apply a small amount (pea size) onto wet hands and work into a rich ladder, then massage your face gentle and wash off. And listen to the squeaky sound.

innisfree jeju volcanic pore cleanser

My thoughts on Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam

I really like this cleanser. I love the smell, the packaging, and the consistency of the product

My skin tends to get a little dry after using it, but not at all as dry as some other cleansing foam. I usually don’t use cleansing foams just because they are a little bit drying. But I just had to try this one. It really gives you a squeaky clean feeling and I don’t think that any other cleanser has done that for me.

The consistency is creamy and thick but you only need a small amount and then you should work up a ladder and then wash your face. I love how the product feels on my skin, almost soft as shaving cream.

A downside is that it really stings your eyes, and usually I get it into my eyes when I wash it off. You should not use it as an eye makeup remover. That is a big no no.

If you have dry skin like me, be sure to really moisturize afterwards. If you really like this product and think it is too drying then you can use it only in your evening routine and use another cleanser in the morning.

I like the package, a tube gives easy access to the product

I give this product 6/7

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