March 18, 2011

Etude House Cleansing Dream Cleansing Foam Review

I’ve had Etude House Cleansing Dream Cleansing Foam hanging out in my stash for a while. I purchased and reviewed the Etude House Cleansing Dream Cleansing Oil a while back ago as well.

Let’s take a look at the cleaning foam today!

A cleansing foam for removing dirt, oil, and makeup.

Don’t quote me here but I don’t believe Etude House does the Cleansing Dream Collection anymore but I’m sure if you fall in love with this after my review you can easily find it on evil bay.

I think the main appeal when I purchased it was the packaging. I’m such a packaging junkie and the sweet, delicate floral motif really slayed me and I felt like I actually needed another cleansing foam. Can you say problems?

It’s pretty much a traditional Asian collagen wash formula in my opinion. It starts out life as a pearly, rich cream which when wet works into a highly moisturizing foam. It does super duty on foaming up and creating thick, glorious mounds of lather for cleaning your face with. It does a great job of getting skin squeaky clean and has a soft floral scent that’s quite pleasant, thankfully it doesn’t sport the toilet paper scent that Etude House Cloud Bubble Foam had, phew dodged a bullet there! It’s not going to remove eye makeup so of course use an oil based remover first before following up with this and for the best results use a cleansing oil and proceed to follow up with the foam.

It made my face slightly tight after use but no long term dryness so long as I follow up with a moisturizer.

A friend got this for me as she lives in Korea however it could prove a pain to track down online with jacked up prices.

  • Anyone who hasn’t tried an Asian Cleansing Foam before (this is a nice one to start with).
  • Anyone wanting a solid cleanser that gets skin squeaky clean!

  • Those unwilling to deal with online shopping, airmail fees, etc…(this is sold in Korea and a few select Asian countries).
  • Those who already own a slew of cleansing foams (the packaging is cute but the formula is the same one you’ll get with any other product of its kind).

I love Etude House and enjoyed this however if you already own a heap of cleansing foams you probably don’t need it. If you’ve never tried a cleansing foam from Asia before this is a nice one to track down.

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  • CedriceCCentriC

    I got mine through G-market.
    Not only does this cleanser makes my normal/combination skin feel tight, it also leaves a residue. I find it impossible to rise completely.
    Next time I’m in Asia I’ll rather stock up on Shiseido’s Perfect Whip Foam cleanser, that one works perfectly for my skin. It was also voted as the nĀ°1 cleanser by the readers of Beteki, a japanese beauty magazine.

    • the Muse

      hi cedrice I’m not a fan of gmarket so that’s why I normally don’t recommend it here. and Perfect Whip dries my skin out awfully šŸ™ I think you mean Biteki magazine šŸ™‚