Nature republic fresh herb snail clenasing foam
Cleansing,  Reviews,  Skincare

Nature republic fresh herb snail cleansing foam review


All skin types
170 ml


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How to use it

Apply a small amount to your hands and add a small amount of water and foam into a nice lather and wash your face with it. Rinse with lukewarm water.

My thoughts on Nature republic fresh herb snail cleansing foam

I have tried a few foam cleansers by know and some I really like and some are ok. I don’t think I ever tried a foam cleanser that I really didn’t like at all. Normally I go for cleansers made for my skin type so that might be it:-)

The Nature republic fresh herb snail cleansing foam is no exception. This is a really nice foam cleanser for a really nice price. I simply love products that I can buy without spending a fortune.

It comes in a regular tube packaging which is the most common packaging for this type of products so there is really nothing more to say about that:-). The cleanser contains snail extract which you can read about HERE..I love snail products and feels that they area amazing for my skin.

As for cleansing properties it does what it is supposed to and my skin feels really clean after using it. If you use a lot of sun screens or makeup. I would recommend you to double cleanse, and start with an oil cleanser. Then finish with this one and your skin will feel really nice.

Since I have really dry skin I am always aware if a product tend to dry me out. This one doesn’t.

Nature republic fresh herb snail cleansing foam is scented, but not super strong so it isn’t bothering me at all. I do feel that it smells rather fresh.

This is absolutely a cleanser I recommend

I give this product 6/7

Where to get it


Other foam cleansers

IUNIK Centella Bubble Cleansing Foam

Shiseido Senka perfect whip foam

Missha Flower Bouquet cleansing foam cherry blossom, line minion

Where to buy Korean skincare

Peach and Lily

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