Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Skin Food Tea Tree Facial Cleansers

Waahhh! It's been awhile since my last update and the next thing I know its November already. I've been busy lately, trying to catch up on stuff that needed to be done because I'll be going on a week-long vacation next week :). I hope I'll be able to accomplish it all before that day comes (cross-fingers). 

As I was looking at the stuffs I need to bring, I noticed that one of my facial cleansers is almost empty. I realized I have never reviewed this when this had been with me for almost a year now. This is the Skin Food Tea Tree Cleansing Foam. I used to have the bubble foam one. I'll share my thoughts on both cleansers. What's the difference?

Skin Food Tea Tree Cleansing and Bubble Foam

Contains tea tree extract, a natural antibacterial agent, 
and AHA to effectively exfoliate dead skin with deep cleansing. 

My say:
Performance: 4/5 stars
Packaging: 4/5 stars
Pricing: 3/5 stars

I had the bubble foam cleanser first before I venture on the other one. I'm happy to say that both works well with my skin. They help in fighting those unwanted zits plus help soothe troubled skin :) There is a refreshing feeling after and gives a smooth skin. Doesn't leave tight-feeling nor irritations. My only problem is that after a few months of using, my skin tends to get immune to it that I have to simply switch to another cleanser. And this is the reason why they get to stay for an entire year or so.  But recently I use different cleanser in the morning and the evening. I use this in the morning and an Etude House cleanser at night (which I'll hopefully review soon). I noticed then that my skin don't get immune to it anymore. So I changed my habit of using one cleanser. Though I still would love to use just one facial cleanser. The packaging is okay. My only problem is with the bubble foam which tends to leak when I bring it with me on my travels. But I don't know if it really is a problem or maybe my bottle just tends to leak. I think I got the cleansing foam at around Php300 via a pre-order and the bubble one at around Php700 at the local Skin Food store. The bubble foam is much cheaper if bought directly from Korea. Overall, there's no difference between the two. I'm happy with both cleansers and would love to use it again. But I got my eye on Innisfree Apple Juicy Liquid Foaming Cleanser and I'm finishing up first my Etude cleanser plus my sister just gave me a J&J cleanser :)

Too much papers to finish up plus my system is still killing me :( I hope this will not give me horrible skin (hehehe!). How was your day? Hope not like mine.