April 6, 2017

Sephora Oil-in-Foam Cleanser Adds to My Foam Obsession

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Last week, I reviewed my Bubble Maker for you and proceeded to gush about how much I LOVE a good foaming cleanser. I dunno what it is but foam is just so damn fun. Am I right? The new Sephora Oil-in-Foam Cleanser might add to your foam obsession with a new texture that, wait for it, transforms from a creamy foam to an oil when it touches your skin! WHAT? Ok, so, that’s not terribly new as there are a few Korea brands that have done foams like this in the past. If you’ve read my blog a while you might recall my uneventful review of the Etude House Cloud Bubble Foam because I hated the fragrance!

I love seeing how heavily influenced US brands have been by Korean skincare lately!

This is formulated with acacia honey and promises a quite rinse off formula that cleanses dirt, oil, and makeup from skin while leaving it soft!

Do I need another foaming cleanser?

Probably not but I really want one.

This one is available now at Sephora.com for $16 bucks. I question that price tag though because I can just grab by cheap as chips Bubble Maker and make most any cleanser into a foaming one so, yeah, there’s that.

P.S. Be careful you aren’t extra tired one morning and mistake it for your favorite hair mousse!


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  • Annie

    I hope this is what I think it is — a non-runny oil cleanser!

    Do you know if this stuff emulsifies after turning into oil?

    • Isabella Muse

      Not sure, it literally just launched on the website, haven’t tried it.