Previse marine cleanser
Cleansing,  First impressions,  Skincare

Previse marine cleanser: first impression

Previse marine cleanser
Previse marine cleanser


All skin types including sensitive skin


Water, Glycerin, Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Algae, Quillaja Saponaria Bark Extrakt, Silver Citrate, Citric Acid, Methylpropanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenylpropanol.

Previse marine cleanser
Previse marine cleanser

My thoughts on Previse marine cleanser

I received a sample of Previse marine cleanser in one of my Glossyboxes. I only got a small sample of 15ml so I have only tried it about 10 timers.

I follow the Korean double cleanse method, which you can read about here. But basically, it involves a lot of steps for my regular skin care routine. In the evening I always double cleanse so I have only used this in the mornings so my oil cleanser wouldn’t affect my thoughts on the gel cleanser.

Previse marine cleanser
Previse marine cleanser

I love that this product comes without scent. I am really sensitive to smells (not my skin, but my nose is) and I would prefer more skincare to have milder scents, or none. So, I was really happy that this one doesn’t smell at all.

Previse marine cleanser is a  gel cleanser and you only need the tiniest amount so it does last a long time.

I really like how this cleanser feels on my skin, it does what it is supposed to (that is cleanse my face) I my skin doesn’t feel super dry after using it.


If you have sensitive skin or are just in the need of a mild cleanser this one is really great.

Where to get it

Apotea (Sweden)

Previse care (International)

Other cleansers

COSRX Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser

Etude House O-le-mong one shot sherbet cleanser


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