Etude House Review || SoonJung pH 6.5 Whip Cleanser

While searching the world wide web for a new cleanser for my double cleansing routine, I came across the Etude House SoonJung pH 6.5 Whip Cleanser.

Soko Glam claims that this is “the soft, moisturizing cleanser of your dreams”. Now, to be honest, I don’t know anything about that but I decided to give it a try since I’m halfway through my COSRX Low pH Good Morning Cleanser (that you can read about here).

This cleanser has a whipped cream-texture and it has a low pH of 6.5 and uses 98.8% naturally delivered ingredients to cleanse the skin in the gentlest way possible. While it’s supposed to reduce skin irritation and heal damaged skin, it is also a great choice for those who are looking for a care solution for sensitive damaged skin). So far, it does look like the perfect product.

It also seems like its free from toxic ingredients however the information on the Etude House webpage might be misunderstood, but then again – that is just so Korean. This cleanser contains panthenol which is great for soothing irritated skin and madecassoside that heals skin damage. Panthenol is a skin-benefitting compound closely related to Vitamin B5, not only does it soothe the skin but it also delivers deep hydration. Madecasscoide is delivered from Centella Asiatica, just regular Centella! Centella Asiatica boosts antioxidant activity at the site of wounds, strengthening the skin and increasing blood circulation.It is beneficial in the management of eczema, psoriasis, veins and stretch marks. For acne sufferers, it speeds healing, helping to prevent scarring and prevent future blemishes!  This mild bubble formula reduced skin friction and cleanses mildly without irritation. Since the pH levels are low and similar to the skin, it helps to keep the skin healthy and balanced.

The concept behind this cleanser was kinda like figuring out what their customers wanted and they decided to deliver it! A great solution for sensitive skin.While being a soothing cleanser for all skin types, and suitable for sensitive and & acne prone skin, you might hit jackpot with this. As previously mentioned, it’s also free from harmful ingredients.

I use this as the second step of my double cleansing routine in the night, for the morning I prefer using my COSRX cleanser since it gives me a more “fresh” feeling. The main reason for this is the fact that my COSRX cleanser contains tea tree. The directions are quite clear,  pump two to three pumps and gently massage the foam onto damp face. However, I do feel like one pump is enough! Adding two or three pumps is just too much product for my opinion. A little goes a long way when it comes to this cleanser.
To be honest, I had pretty high expectations for this cleanser. Its the first foam cleanser I’ve tried and I didn’t have any allergic reactions, something that is great for sensitive skin. Since a pump goes a long way I do think that this cleanser will last a long time. It does clean your skin pretty well, but just as a reminder – this won’t remove makeup. So if you are frequent makeup user, don’t forget the first step in double cleansing.
For now, I don’t think I would repurchase this cleanser for now. Its a really great cleanser, however, I do wanna try out some other cleansers until I decide which one I wanna implement into my skin care regimen. However, try it out. You won’t regret it.

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