This stuff is brilliant! Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Soap is like a can of squirty cream with the densest foam that looks like shaving foam or a tight meringue mixture and feels softer than (I imagine!) a cloud.
I know that the minute you say ‘foam’ a million skin care experts die a little inside but I have found recently that cleansing foams have vastly improved on formula, so forget about any of the drying connotations. I use Erborian Foam Cleanser as the second part of a double cleanse and my skin never feels or acts dry. So, Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Soap is in the same vein but not as sophisticated in formula, but it is very creamy on the skin and doesn’t dry it out. It certainly seems to do a decent cleansing job but I’d only use it after I’d removed all my makeup with something else – makeup removal is too much of an ask for this.
It’s just a really fun formula – don’t make the mistake of squirting too hard – you only need a tiny bit and a lot comes out at once. It definitely reminds me of the canned aerosol cream (I only know this because when my niece and nephews were little the big treat of coming to stay with us was being able to have squirty cream – no idea how that ever came about but even now they’re a bit older they definitely expect to find it in my fridge!).
Mr BBB got Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Soap for me on a NYC trip and as far as I know it’s not available in the UK.
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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