Just for the record, I’m pretty crazy about mint. I like it in my shampoo, and my toothpaste, and my shower gel, and now I even like it in my skincare.
Mint and me are close.
A little more discussion about the joys of minty fresh skin care lay ahead!
After my review on the Etude House Happy Tea Time Cleansing Foam many of you had asked for something that a little more easy to locate within the US and also something a tad more affordable. I felt the Etude House one was very affordable BUT since online retailers jack prices up it actually joins the realms of pricey at times.
Try out Kanebo Naive Deep Cleansing Foam Peach instead!
The Muse has already attacked the stubborn blackheads on her nose with the Sana Pore Vacuumer Hot Gommage and failed epically but she was up for battling the rest of her face with the Sana Pore Vacuumer Hot Cleansing Gel.
Jump ahead to see how that battled worked out.
I do wonder, is it too taboo to talk about TP on my makeup blog? You know, toilet paper.
Oh Muse why are you bringing up such an intimate thing like toilet paper?
Well…it took me a very long time but I finally figured out what Etude House Eye and Lip Remover smells like. It smells like toilet paper! Um ok step back for a second and let me explain it smells like unused toilet paper, don’t want anyone getting the wrong idea here. You know I think Charmin is the TP that has that cloying powdery floral cheap scent going on…am I making sense?
I absolutely loved the Etude House Eye and Lip Remover but the scent totally murdered me. It was cheap, it was powdery, and it had a whole lot of floral going on. No likey. It took ages to finally pinpoint the scent and finally a light bulb went off and I realized, “hey this smells like toilet paper!”
Oh..I got long winded there for a second. I’m telling you this because it’s generally made me scared to try skin care bits and bobs from Etude House as a few items sport this same scent.
I took the plunge and gave in to purchase Etude House Cloud Bubble Foam and yes you guessed it, it smells like toilet paper.
I dunno when but Etude House released this really cute collection of Happy Tea Time Cleansing Foams. The Muse happens to be obsessed with a good cuppa tea so these simply delighted her. I was really good and only indulged in the Peach Tea Cleansing Foam as I wasn’t sure how my skin would react with these. As per the norm, cleansing foam seems to really make my skin tight and dry feeling after use so I was naturally wary about indulging in more than one.
But honestly I was simply gagging to get all of ‘em! They have Lemon Tea, Green Tea, Etc….so cute! From what I understand the “teas” aren’t meant for any specific skin type and can be used by anyone who wants a squeaky clean face.
Check out my review of the Etude House Happy Tea Time Cleansing Foam in Peach Tea after the jump!