G9 White in milk whipping foam
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G9 White in milk whipping foam: review

G9 is a sister brand to Berrisom

The prizes of this brand are really great and I will definitely order more product from this brand to try them out.


Travel/sample size 30 ml
Full size is 120 ml
12 USD (full size)

Description of G9 White in milk whipping foam

  • It is a chewy whipping cream type, smooth when in contact with skin, fine and abundant whipping bubble removes makeup and waste clearly.
  • Nature origin AHA, BHA component contained cares mildly on dead skin cell of skin and gives you smooth skin for perfect makeup.
  • 9 types of ingredient that are good for skin purification and calming moisture supplement component cares your tired skin more clear and comfortable.
  • No Paraben, Penoxyethanol additives.
  • Hyaluronic acid + Ceramide contained maintains moistness after washup.
G9 White in milk whipping foam
G9 White in milk whipping foam


Ingredient analysis. Skincarisma 

Water, Glycerin, Palmitic Acid, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, Myristic Acid, Potassium Cocoyl Glycinate, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate, Polyquaternium-7, Milk Protein Extract, PEG-100 Stearate, Glyceryl Stearate, Beeswax, Ethyl Hexanediol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Fragrance, Glyceryl Caprylate, Sodium Chloride, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Niacinamide, Royal Jelly Extract, Macadamia Integrifolia Seed Oil, Bacillus/Soybean Ferment Extract, Salicylic Acid, Ceramide 3, Sodium Hyaluronate, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Bark Extract, Panthenol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Galactomyces Ferment Filtrate, Rice Ferment Filtrate (Sake), Centella Asiatica Extract, Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Hydrolyzed Linseed Extract, Nelumbo Nucifera Flower Water, Origanum Vulgare Leaf Extract, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Extract, Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Salvia Hispanica Seed Extract, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Leaf Extract, Pinus Sylvestris Leaf Extract, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, PCA, Propylene Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Glycolic Acid, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract, Malic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Pyruvic Acid, Tartaric Acid, Hydroxypropyl Cyclodextrin, Glutathione, Disodium EDTA, Biotin

How to use it

This is your second cleanser if you are following the double cleanse method. If not, you can use this as your only cleanser.

Add an adequate amount to your palms and add a little amount of water. Foam it up and massage your face until clean, rinse with lukewarm water.


My thoughts on G9 White in milk whipping foam

I got a larger sample of this one (30 ml) in one of my Bomibags so I do feel I have enough product to do a full review of this one. Of course after using all of it.

Due to the really nice pH I would say it suites most skin types. The ingredient list is really long though and a really recommend you to make an ingredient analysis (Skincarisma) to see how it might affect your skin type.

This is a mild acidic pH5.5 cleanser (according to themselves) and other bloggers agree with the pH on this one.

Semi translucent white gel and it foams really nice and makes my skin clean after using it. It doesn’t strip the moisture of my skin and I am not in a hurry to apply the rest of my routine after using it (which I usually am).


I am totally hooked on the smell of this one. I usually prefer my skin care products to be unscented but this truly makes me just want to sniff it. Believe me I do.

Packaging is nice. It is a white softer tube it is just the best type of packaging for this kind of product. And it is easy to get the last product out of the package.

I don’t know if I will buy the full version of this one. The is definitely a possibility but there is so many great cleansers to try out.

I give this product 5/7

Where to get it




Other cleansing foams

The Face Shop Herb 365 Cleansing Foam Acerola

Missha Flower Bouquet cleansing foam cherry blossom, line minion


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  • Kim

    What do you mean when you say you’re “PR-friendly”? Read it on your IG. To me that sounds Iike it’s more important for you to please PR agency’s than being honest with your followers? I don’t mean to be mean, but I’m always confused why some bloggers feel like they need to write something like that. It feels shady.

    • Tess

      Ohh those words really hurt and I truly haven’t thought about it like that. But I will try and explain my thoughts.

      As a blogger, small and fairly new one I do feel that it is important to let others know that I do sponsored posts. If that makes a blogger shady to expect sponsored posts that is the first I have heard of it. I have had a few collaborations with companies that I after collaboration actually boycotted since I felt that they were not being very nice to either customers or me as a blogger and i truly won’t recommend them as a company. For example Etude House. I have been writing about that in my blog. I was in their pink bird program, which means that they send me a box of products over 6 months and they wanted my review of the products.

      If you really think about it. I do a lot of reviews on my blog and to be able to support it and keep up with all the product I need to try out to keep the blog running, I would have to spend so much money on products that it would be ridiculous. Of course one could always do full review of samples, but that is truly not what I do. To be able to do a full review of products I really need a full sized product or at least a lot of the same samples. To me shady bloggers are the once that get a lot of PR products and try to sell you the product even though the product isn’t good, and at the same time isn’t honest about it. PR is of course a way for a blogger to get products to try out simply without paying for it. If that would in any way affect the review of the product, then it would be a shady blogger. And it is only up to the readers to decide what they think in the end. I can only give you my word that it is not the case on this blog.
      I do have a full page trying to explain why I do sponsored posts and what I expect from a company. Under disclaimer and contact. And as a blogger or a youtuber you are obliged to disclaim if a post is sponsored or not or if it is an affiliation link. I actually haven’t thought of that the words PR friendly would be negative, so just for that I will actually remove the text from my IG. I think me as well as a lot of other small bloggers felt that it might help us show that we are welcoming that type of collaboration. I do know that the larger bloggers and youtubers have a huge problem with this since they make a lot of money on their blogging. But this is not the case here. I have also never been contacted by a company wanting me to give a great review of their product. Sometimes they give you a very short time in reviewing their products, like Etude House and wishtrend. But when that is the case I usually only do a first impression and then write a bigger review later on when I have tested the product out thoroughly. My readers are of course the thing that keeps a blog running, and I am glad you wrote to me. If you have any other thoughts just let me know and I will get back to you. //Tess

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