Bioré Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash

19 Apr

By the time I am penning this review, Bioré Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash is already not new in the market. In fact, it has created much hype during its launch in late 2011 but being one who is more particular on makeup remover and cleansing oil than facial wash, the mega promotion has failed to cast its magic spell on me.  Thanks to Cozycot, I finally get to chance to break away from my usual facial wash powder and experience the novelty of whipping my face with this ultra fine fluffy foam.

Foaming facial wash is always a more popular choice of facial wash among the Japanese women because they believe that the pulling and putting pressure on the skin while washing would lead to the loss of firmness and causes wrinkles and lines and Bioré Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash takes this belief a step further with its collagen enriched, soft and bouncy foam. This marshmallow whip foam acts as a cushion between the hands and skin to prevent pressure and tagging while cleansing. It is claimed the foam is made up of bubbles that are even smaller than our pores so as to provide better cleansing abilities. Generally, 2 pumps are sufficient to cleanse the entire face and each bottle is equivalent to 150 pumps so one bottle would probably last you slightly more than a month assuming you are washing your face twice a day with 2 pumps on each wash.   

Alright, so much so about the Bioré Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash itself, now let’s talk about how I feel after using it.

When dispensing out the first pump, I instantly like how soft and fine this dense and fluffy foam feels on my hand. Though the texture of the foam is so light and bouncy, it does not even drip a bit and it feel so smooth and gentle on the skin. When cleansing, it works out into a thick lather and rinse off easily and I absolutely love how soft and clean my face feels after washing.

Oh, did I mention that I find the mild scent is very soothing and refreshing too? 

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