The Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge ($18) recently launched and I couldn’t be happier as it has made me a double cleanser lover. I have a few Konjac Sponges, they aren’t really a new beauty epidemic however, Boscia will likely make them a more wide spread phenomenon here in the US for those that aren’t terribly familiar with Asian beauty tools and products.
As much as I’d like to be a double cleaning person I’m not. When I get home at the end of the night I typically remove my eye makeup with an oil based eye makeup remover and proceed to follow up with a cleansing oil. Occasionally if I have the time I do a double cleanse. Double cleanses consist of cleansing first with a cleansing oil and following up with a lathering cleanser or foaming cleanser of some sort.
Konjac Sponges kinda make you a believer of double cleansing because they are great gentle exfoliating sponge that really get your face super squeaky clean.
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Boscia Makeup-Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil ($26) is a deep cleaning cleansing oil that’s suitable for all skin types.
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The Boscia Cool Blue Calming Mask ($34) is a peel off facial mask is a calming, cooling, moisturizing mask formulated with anti-inflammatory ingridents to help and sooth redness as well as aloe vera for moisture.
I was curious and decided to give this a whirl but I don’t fit into the exact demographic for the mask, here’s a few thought anyway.
I’m currently obsessed with the new Boscia Tsubaki Beauty Oil. Facial oils seem to be on super trend alert the past three years or so with no end in sight. They’re a skincare god sent for those of us with drier skin and those just interested in keeping their skin as hydrated as possible.
Personally, I believe the key to prevent skin from aging is as much moisture as you could possibly get especially if you have dry skin. So treating my own skin with beauty oils is a no nonsense way to hydrate them especially during PM use when my skin has time to rejuvenate as I sleep.
Let’s take a look at Boscia’s Tsubaki Beauty Oil.
It’s rare I’m impressed by bronzers but Sonia Kashuk Undetectable Creme Bronzer and the new Boscia BB Cream Bronze Broad Spectrum SPF 27 PA++ are possibly two of the easiest to use bronzers I’ve run across lately.
Boscia calls their BB Cream Bronze ($28) a one step wonder and I have to say that’s exactly what it is. What magic is in this bronzer that allows it to apply and blend out so easily?!