Type of product?
Mild cleansing foam to gently purify skin.
What does it claim?
Calming herb complex to soothe skin. Pantheon to help retain moisture. Gentle bubbles and mineral-enriched hydrogen water cleanse. Makeup is removed. Skin is left clean, fresh and comfortable.
How should I use it?
Recommended as a twice-daily cleanser. Apply to dry face, massage, then add water to emulsify. Rinse.
This was my first product from Dr. Jart+. Here in Canada it is a hard-to-come-by brand, only available online from Sephora. That means everything I try from Dr. Jart+ is on a whim having never touched their products before. Having said that I was very eager to try a few products from their range as I am quite fond of simple, mild skincare; especially when it comes to cleansers.
This cleanser is effective at removing everything from the day—sebum, pollution, makeup—but it left my skin feeling squeaky-clean. What that really means is dehydrated. Despite promising to help the skin retain moisture even my hands felt dry after cleansing. For that it is not a keeper for my ‘normal’ skin type.
If you want a twice-daily cleanser and have normal to low oil production I would not recommend this to you. If you want an evening all-in-one cleanser—and you use a micellar water in the morning to cleanse—I would recommend you take a look at Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Foam Cleanser. It is simple, effective, and if you only use it once a day your skin will thank you.