Monday, September 9, 2013

Review: belif Cleansing Herb Water

I had been using belif Cleansing Herb Water for quite sometime and today I'm going to review it! ^_^

belif Cleansing Herb Water is a non-slippery, non-oily, non-irritating, refreshing cleansing water. With water-soluble hydrating ingredients, it cleans the skin and washes out make-up. It leaves the skin feeling refreshed and hydrated. Cleansing herb water contains belif’s Tri Herb complex that relieves daily stress and makes the skin clean, clear and fresh.


The ingredient list is in a sticker form, just like every other belif products. However all are written in Korean.

Belif Cleansing herb water contains 3 main plant extracts: Dill, Burdock and St. John's wort extract.

Expiry date printed on bottom of the bottle.

Initially I thought that the water is blue... actually it is the back of the sticker which is in blue! Silly me! ^_^"

Easy flip and pour system.


How to use?
Apply to cotton pad and smoothly remove make-up by rubbing onto the skin. Follow until face has been completely covered. Rinse off with lukewarm water.


Swatch
Flows like water, look just like water!

Below shows cleansing test done on right half of the back of my hand.

Cotton pad soaked with Cleansing herb water BEFORE & AFTER use. 
To be frank, I not only cleanse the right half of my hand but also the whole arm, that is why the cotton pad got sooooo dirty. Lolx~
1 cotton pad soaked with the water is enough to spread out on 1 whole arm.

Here shows the 'after' pic of my cotton pad when I cleanse it with my face. Very different from the one I cleansed on my arm (I hardly scrub my arms so... there's more dead skin cells there lolx~), that's because my arm has more dirt and dead skin cells than my face. I cleanse my face with Cleansing herb water everyday hence there is less dead skin cells on the skin surface, therefore resulting in lesser residues on the cotton pad.

Review
- a little medicated with floral scent
- after soaking the cotton pad with the cleansing herb water, I lightly glide it over skin surface
- cleansing herb water feels slippery, kind of like soapy water
- cleanses away dead skin cells and dirt easily
- forms foam if I pour enough cleansing water on the cotton pad, otherwise there will be no foam if water is too little
- skin instantly feels refreshing
- the scent is calming and nice, lingers on the skin before rinsing
- after rinsing, the skin appear more radiant as the dead skin cells have been removed
- skin overall feels soft and smooth
- the cleansing water doesn't have the ability to unclog or remove clogged pores, it only removes dirt and dead skin cells
- doesn't cause irritation or allergies
I use this everyday in the morning when I just woke up with a rather oily face. It cleanses all the sebum, last night's skincare, dirt and dead skin cells altogether. I do not use this to remove makeup although it does say that it can be used to do that. Perhaps it can remove tinted sunblock/moisturizer (I had not tried removing makeup with it) but I would still recommend using makeup remover to do so.
At night, I will use cleansing herb water after I had removed my makeup plus cleansed with a facial foam. I do this just to ensure that my makeup has been thoroughly removed as well as to cleanse away the remaining dead skin cells left on the skin surface.
I do find my skin looking a lot smoother, cleaner and more radiant than it used to be. Less dead skin cells means brighter, radiant skin.
belif Cleansing Herb Water is a daily basic cleansing water for not only face but also for the neck and decollete area.


Complimentary from belif
Besides the belif Cleansing herb water, I also received the following:
- belif Numero 10 essence
- belif Problem solution green essence

Next up is belif Numero 10 essence review! ^_^ Do follow my blog to read more reviews of belif products~


Where to buy?
Plaza Singapura (new wing) 68 Orchard Road #01-61 Singapore 238839
Wisma Atria Shopping Center 435 Orchard Road #B1-64 Singapore 238877
Junction 8 #01-28B (Opening in April 2013)
Suntec City #02-339 (Opening in May 2013)

Websites
belifcosmetic.com (Korean)
global.belifcosmetic.com (English)
belif Singapore website
belif Singapore FB

belif Blog posts
Korean Skincare belif 4 best items
Discover belif


Till then! Cheers! (●♡●)



Products name written and coloured in cyan are sponsored by belif (Singapore) to me for trial & review only. All photos (watermarked) are taken by me. All photos & swatches are true.
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