Rosette Hello Kitty Cleansing Wash Review, Photos, Swatches

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You probs remember all my Rosette Hello Kitty reviews from several months ago, if not, check the archives for those gems.

Rosette actually has a Hello Kitty Facial Sheet range that I haven’t yet indulged in but I did recently pick up the Hello Kitty Cleansing Wash they do. I already own the foaming one but this one has little tiny grains in it for exfoliation.

Yay for anything that scrubs away my dry, flaky skin…ok, I admit it, I didn’t technically buy it for that reason….I just dig that cat.

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A mineral oil free exfoliating, foaming cleanser!

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This comes in a rather cute Hello Kitty tube but don’t be swayed into believing the sweet packaging is all there is to it!

This cleansing wash has a crunchy, tart apple scent and is mineral oil free. It’s a traditional Asian foaming wash that starts off life as a rich cream which works into a super lather when water is added. Tiny grains in the mix exfoliate skin while the lather removes makeup, dirt, and oil!

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It does a mighty fine job of getting my skin squeaky clean and works as a mild exfoliator to soften dull, dry patchy areas. I had no problems with a tightness after use and thought it made a great pick for using every other day in between my normal cleanser to remove dry, dull areas.

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Nothing super bad here outside of the fact that it is available in Asia only but Sasa has it at a very reasonable $8 price tag!

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  • Anyone looking for a foaming face wash with mild exfoliating properties.
  • Hello Kitty fans (come on, tell me you don’t want to own Hello Kitty skincare? That’s boss!).

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  • Anyone who isn’t interested in online shopping or dealing with airmail.

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I actually liked this alot. It has all the great benefits of a good Asian foaming face wash with added grains for a nice, mild exfoliation. At $8 it’s very close to retail price on www.sasa.com as well. And hey, even though the packaging is kawaii it does indeed house a very nice cleanser too!

Loves it!

Muse Approved for purchase!

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  • 6/29/11 13:53 tina:

    ooo one of my asian markets sells this. the price is about $16 is this worth the jacked up price?

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    • 6/29/11 13:55 the Muse:

      ouch tina…ouch…lol no not really. It’s nice but unless you LOVE HK you really don’t need it for $16! I paid six bucks for it…jebus!

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      • 6/29/11 15:40 tina:

        oh man…this store sells a lot of the skincare you review on here but the price is about 2-3X more than the price you list here…:(
        but thanks for your input!

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  • 6/29/11 14:32 Musebeliever:

    So cuuuuuuute ! I want this !

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  • 6/29/11 21:04 gen:

    Does this work alright for sensitive skin?

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    • 6/30/11 11:33 the Muse:

      gen hard to say, my skin isn’t sensitive…:-/

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  • 10/5/11 11:52 Grant:

    Hello Muse!
    I have a question about exfoliators in Japan— Do you have any recommendations? It’s not even winter yet and I’m starting to get the flakes!
    I’ve heard good things about gommage-type exfoliators like Natural Aqua Cure, but that’s so expensive.. Do you know of any cheaper alternatives? What do you use to get rid of the flakies in Japan?

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