MUST TRY | Curel Intensive Moisture Care Foaming Wash

MUST TRY - Curel Intensive Moisture Care Foaming Wash

When we talk about cleansers, people often avoid this type of : foaming cleanser. There are several types of foaming cleansers, be it in gel, cream or bubble foam cleanser. This type of cleanser had been known to be drying to skin. The controversy  all began because of the presence of sulfates in most of foaming cleanser that should be avoided because this ingredient may strip skin natural oils and humectants. I would say back in the day, it may have been true, but now, I personally don’t think it’s relevant to say that this foam cleanser is bad anymore. Nowadays, many brands has been initiated to improvise the formulation of foaming cleansers.


“We’re living in an era of peak skin care, though, and innovations in product formulation mean that foaming cleansers no longer have to be the enemy”

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“Newer foam cleansers tend to have ‘foam stabilizers’ that doesn’t strip the skin too much. Humectants and oils can also help reduce stripping” says Michelle Wong, cosmetic chemist and founder of LabMuffin.
So basically today I’ll talk more regarding this bubble foam cleanser that I personally think is one of the best example to prove that this type of cleanser is actually very good to the skin. It’s none other than the Curel Intensive Moisture Care Foaming Wash.
 
Made in Japan, this cleanser is specifically designed for dry and sensitive skin. This product claims to thoroughly cleanse impurities ever-so-gently, leaving skin soft and supple while protecting the natural ceramides from being washed off the skin. It will also keep skin’s moisture retention capability. (curel.com)
 
Full Ingredients
Water/Aqua, Glycerin, Maltitol, Propylene Glycol, PEG-150, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Sodium Lauroyl Aspartate, Lauryl Hydroxysultaine, Polysorbate 60, Ethylhexylglycerin, Disodium EDTA, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Potassium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben
 
How to use
-Dispense 2 pumps of the product into palm.
-Apply the foam onto wet skin.
-The light lather will thoroughly remove impurities without washing away skin’s natural ceramides
-After wash, gently pat dry
My Thoughts
To be honest I used to be one of those with typical perception that foaming cleanser will be too drying for my skin. But over time when I got chance to try quite a number of cleansers, be it the cream, gel, powder or foaming cleansers, I then realised that all these cleansers are actually great for the skin if they suit your skin condition and concern with suitable ingredients for your skin. It’s the same with this Curel Foaming Wash, I’m very amazed of how it worked amazingly to my skin!
 

Since it’s a bubble foam type, this cleanser comes with a pump that is very convenient to dispense the product. I love how soft and fluffy this cleanser is. With no scent detected (since it’s fragrance free, a bonus point!), it feels very gentle on skin but at the same time works amazing to cleanse my skin. For me, with only one pump, the rich and soft lathers spreads beautifully on skin, cleanse away the impurities and dirts, leaving my skin feels so clean and fresh. It’s easy to rinse off too. 

My skin didn’t feel any tightness or taut feeling, in fact it felt so soft and smooth each time I cleanse. Since it has Glycerin, no wonder my skin feels hydrated after using it. Even though this product is specifically designed for dry and sensitive skin, I personally think it suits all skin type. I’m happy to report that I didn’t encounter any adverse reactions or skin irritation while using it. Since it’s very gentle, people with dry and sensitive will definitely appreciate it very much!
 

Rate : 5/5! I wonder why I didn’t meet this cleanser much earlier! This product really impressed me despite of it’s a bubble foam cleanser. It really changed my perception about foaming cleanser. I’m glad I’ve got the chance to try this product, and I’ll definitely come back to it after I’ve finished using it.

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Curel Intensive Moisture Care Foaming Wash

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