This Anti-Sebum Cleansing Foam from Innisfree looks to be the answer to my facial oil problems. It effectively removes oils and keeps my face oil-free for hours. Unfortunately I am not loving it too much. Sometimes I feel it is a little bit too harsh that it also strips it of moisture.
And a confusion: The label says it is from Herbtea, with the brand name Innisfree also printed on it. I used to think Herbtea is a line from Innisfree, but looking at the website I can’t find if it is true. It could be a collab product between two companies, so if anyone knows for certain, do enlighten me.
The label at the back is in Korean.
A pet peeve: messy caps and flaps. The cap of this product was designed to irritate OCDs out there.
The opening of the tube is smaller than the opening of the cap. And there is a gap between the two so product accumulates there. After squeezing some products in my hand, what’s left inside the rim of the cap doesn’t get suctioned back into the tube because the opening is smaller, it just stays there. So when you close the cap, the product oozes out and messes up the cap and its flap.
I used to clean it up every time, but I finally gave up. It’s now covered all over with cleanser.
The cleanser has a “normal” consistency. It lathers fairly well and rinses easily. It doesn’t leave any film or residue on my face. It does somehow makes my skin a little drier.