I think we can very much say that ‘foam’ is a thing. Just like the Cailyn foaming mask in my previous post, foams have completely changed from not-much-better-than-Matey into sumptuous, velvety textures that are an absolute pleasure to use. I’ve been testing a lot of cleansers lately – my main objective is to discover if they do actually cleanse well. Most cleansers will claim to do other things, such as brightening, in this instance, but I’m not sure that it’s ever a discernable effect given that a cleanser goes on and comes off again so quickly. I think the best thing with a cleanser is judge the pleasure of use and the efficacy of the cleanse before expecting any major skin effects.
Fresh Peony Brightening Foam Cleanser is a very rich feeling cleanser and in my view, best suited to dry or mature skin, but it does contain peony and licorice root extracts with Vitamin C glucoside which *may* (in my view) help to brighten the complexion. This is far more about the cleansing experience than the claims for me – and I can’t fault it for luxury and cleansing power. It’s £32 HERE which is at the top end of what I’d be prepared to pay for cleansing.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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