Tony Moly foam cleanser Pikachu
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TONYMOLY foam cleanser Pikachu review


7-10 USD

Comes in 4 versions

  • PIKACHU: Vanilla Scent, Moisture
  • FAIRI : Grapefruit Scent, Brightening
  • KKOBUGI : Lotus Scent, Hydrating
  • ISANGHESSI : Green Tea Scent, clear pores

I have the Pikachu moisture version

Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma

How to use it

Just add a pea size amount to your hands, wet them and start building a creamy lather massage it all over your face and rinse off with lukewarm water.

Swatch Tony Moly foam cleanser Pikachu
Swatch TonyMoly foam cleanser Pikachu

My thoughts on TonyMoly foam cleanser Pikachu

This is a foam cleanser which can be used as an only cleanser or as a second step in the double cleanse method.

I really love this cleanser, it makes my skin really clean but without stripping it from every drop of moisture I have in my skin. When comparing this one to one of my former cleansers (Innisfree Jeju volcanic pore cleanser) I really do prefer this one. It is gentle on my skin, but still does a great job.

The packaging is really nice, it is a strong yellow colored tube with a picture of Pikachu on it (what can go wrong with that).

According to CosDNA there are some acne triggers in this cleanser, so if you are acne prone I would really recommend buying some samples first to see if your skin react to any of the ingredients.

It has a really nice scent, not strong but still there. I usually prefer my products to be without scent but this is towards the fresh side and not flowery or perfumey. You are not supposed to use this as an eye makeup remover, but if you do get product in your eyes, it won’t sting.

I give this product 6.5/7

Where to get it



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