April 8, 2010

Fun and Games With Rosette Foaming Sponges: Rosette Foaming Sponge Review

Sometimes you need a little stupid with the serious.

I introduced you to Rosette a few months ago when I showed you some of the sweet Hello Kitty offerings from the brand. When I hauled those pieces I also got a set of Rosette Foaming Sponges, a completely stupid beauty product that’s actually quite helpful and cute.


What is it?

It’s a trio of three sponges that almost sport the texture of a brillo pad but are a tad on the softer side.

What the hell are they for Muse?


You take your favorite foaming face cleanser, squirt a little on the sponge, squish and squeeze to create foam and wash your face with the lather and foam the sponge creates but NOT with the sponge itself.

What’s the point?

Well, none really. It’s a nice way to gently clean your skin with lather from your favorite face wash and its also an easier way to get great mountains of foam from your cleanser without having to apply the cleanser to your hands and face first. I know I hate that sometimes my favorite cleanser doesn’t foam up nearly as much as I’d want. Solution? Use these!

It comes with three sponges and a tiny stand for each one. It’s completely sanitary since you aren’t using the sponge on your face merely squeezing to create lather and applying that onto your skin with your hands. You can save some money with these as you only need a less than a pea size amount of cleanser as this creates MASSIVE foam. These rinse clean in a snap as well and you can simply sit them on your sink in their little stand to dry off.

I only paid a two bucks for three of ’em but I noticed Sasa has the same trio for $5.

Is it worth a haul?


Particularly if you use Asian foaming cleansers as it works best with those.

Stupid ?




Happy days!

Muse Approved for purchase.

Available from JPmon (got mine there) or Sasa.

What do you think?

Would this be a beauty tool you MIGHT embrace?

Do share!

Disclosure: The following item was purchased by me for review purposes (and because I like flinging my money at makeup products of any kind) on Musings of a Muse. For further information please see my FTC Guidelines or my Disclosure/Disclaimer posts.

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  • Bora

    I wonder if this would work on soap? I don’t need these for my facial cleanser but I have some Lush Spice Curls soap that I love the whiff of but it’s a struggle to get any kind of lather from it. I don’t expect mountains of foam from it (it’s a hard soap formula) but a little would be good when I wash my hands with it.
    The sponge is so cute along with it’s teeny little stand! It’s that asian attention to detail that we love. I have a similar thing from Missha which is a mini net sponge to lather your facial cleansers with.

    • the Muse

      aw no bora use this dear:

      most drugstores have ’em. They are great for soap. Stick in your soap, later up and go 😀 creates MOUNTAINS of lather 😀 I use it in the shower.

      Asians def go with the kawaii 😀

  • Marcy

    Hey Muse, this looks pretty similar to a foaming sponge/ball that Fancl has which they recommend to use on their washing powder!
    I never thought of using it on other cleansers too though. Mmm i like that. And the packaging is so cute.

    • the Muse

      marcy yes! same thing! I have the fancl one 😀 it’s a little larger though. hehe yes, packaging is adorable!

  • Heather / Eyeconic

    My nighttime cleanser refuses to foam. These would be amazing.

  • Comrade_Garlic

    I swear I’ve almost bought these 20 times in the past 2 weeks. I know I will never get more than a weeks use out of one. But they look so cute, and so cheap. Cute, cheap gimmicky Asian things always suck me in.

  • angela

    this seems like a fun thing to give as gifts to others lol 😛

  • shion

    i swear these thgs work!…u will fall head over heels in love with your favorite cleansers again!!! 😀

  • Lara Debono

    Haha I ordered mine from Sasa and was wondering how to use them, and then I see your review. . . .is it telepathy?!!LOOLLL

  • knownever

    very cute! I like that they included little stands, very considerate since these would probably roll all over and wreak havoc in your bathroom.

  • Christine

    yes! i was looking on where to buy this. there was a similar thing sold in a asian store for $8CAN and I was so shocked at how th eprices are so different!