I bought this product specifically for the pore cleansing part. I have been trying out products to fix my pore problem for ages. My oily skin causes my pores to get clogged and enlarged easily, so I bought this hoping it could fix this problem. Here’s my review!
Etude House is typically known for their extremely and overwhelmingly cute packaging, but for this product is wasn’t as cutesie as their others. I actually really liked the look of the packaging. It was pretty simple with nice colors.
What it says it does
Formulated with baking powder and to gently exfoliate skin and penetrate pores for a thorough cleanse.
Wet face and dispense small amount onto hands. Lather and apply foam to face, gently massaging entire area. Wash and rinse thoroughly with warm water.
You really only need a little bit of product to cover the entire face.
After it is mixed with water and lathered it foams up very nicely.
When I was rubbing in on my face, I could actually feel the baking soda grains in it. The tiny little granules are probably what gives it its exfoliating property. It also kind of smelled like lemon-lime soda. Like Sprite, but it wasn’t bad or anything.
I think this product was pretty effective at cleaning out pores. My pores felt a lot more clean and they also looked less visible after using this. My skin felt very clean, but it didn’t give it a tight dry feeling. I think I would buy this again since it makes a good everyday foam cleanser.
Foams up very nicely
Cleans out pores effectively
Left skin clean but not dry or tight
Not much– maybe just that it didn’t have a very drastic effect