Wow so cutting age, E.L.F. has a washing powder.
If you’re not in the know on your Asian beauty you might not know that washing powders are fairly common in various parts of Japan, Korea, etc….
What is it?
Sounds odd right? It’s simply a powder in a bottle of some sort that you shake out (like salt or sugar) into the palm of your hand and you add a little water to it to. Once you add the water it’ll lather up and you can clean your face with it. I’ve literally tried hundreds of washing powders most of which have whitening or brightening promises. I don’t particularly love washing powders as I find they are messy to work with. As here you are jugging a wet face and hands, struggling to get a bottle open to pour a powder into your hands, etc….etc….I also don’t think many of them deliver on their promises and in a few cases they end up making my skin very tight and dry after use.
I do find it completely novel that E.L.F. is one of the very first washing powders I’ve seen in the US market.
Take a look!
This promises to be a rich cleanser that gets your skin squeaky clean with a noticeably brighter and smoother complexion after use. The lather not only cleanses but exfoliates as well.
The formula is infused with active minerals and skin nourishing ingredients such Aloe, Green Tea, Jojoba Avocado and Vitamin E.
The best part is the $8 dollar price tag which is in the realms of what you would pay in Asia.
This is available now at www.eyeslipsface.com.
Pretty great find if you’re not interested in tracking down an Asian brand and dealing with airmail costs, etc…
Do you use washing powders?
What do you think of them?