Lately, I haven't been using fermentation-based facial washes (I've been using a lot of facial wash scrubs, so I thought it would overlap and have bad effects), but not too long ago I saw this being sold in a Disney Tsumtsum package, which was so cute I just had to buy it. This is the first time I'm using one again after 10 years. Back then, sometimes I would mix it into my facial wash foam, but this time I use it on its own. I guess I usually use it in the morning, for 2-3 times a week. I'm strangely good at making foam lathers (does this sound like I'm bragging?), so I'd just add a little water and lather it up using my fingers. It's a little loose, but it lathers up really well. It's easy to rinse too, which makes it convenient during busy mornings. I've always thought that fermentation-based facial washes are a little too strong, but this one doesn't make my skin feel tight after washing, and since it's so gentle, I don't feel any sting either. Despite that, the effects are really great! I'm currently using the Tsumtsum ones, so everyday I would look forward to using it, thinking which one should I use today. Sometimes I would also think that my skin is a little rough, and then I would use it and it would remove all my rough patches, which is amazing. It's sold at a reasonable price, and also sold at the drugstores, which is great! I still have another package of the Tsumtsum ones, so I'd definitely be using those too!
This skincare product features fermentation as its main specialty. This enzyme facial wash powder removes blackheads and dirt from the pores, rough patches, and exfoliates dead skin cells, creating a smooth, silky, and luminous finish.