The Odbo O2 Bubble Cleanser

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Hi babes! Today I’ll be reviewing another skincare product from The Odbo. Check out my blog post about the brand and its Signature Ginseng Mask here.

The Odbo O2 Bubble Cleanser costs $50. I find its pricey, as I usually buy cleansers in the $15-$25 range.  I suppose it’s going to the concoction of premium ingredients in the product.

Centelle Asiatica Urban: skin healing

Chamomile: calming, soothing and anti-inflammatory

Liquorice: brightening and anti-pigmentation

Green tea and Vitamin E derivative: anti-oxidant

Korean knotweed: anti-aging

Rosemary: anti-oxidant, anti-aging, increase collagen production

Skullcap herb: Anti-again, restores skin

Betaine and Hyaluronic  Acid: Skin hydration

Coenzyme Q10: Anti-oxidant and anti-aging

Mori Radicis Cortex (mulberry) extracts: Anti-aging, clears and rejuvenates skin

I use 8 pumps (10 pumps for makeup removal), spread the gel on the dry skin with my fingertips, then massage. It takes 30-40 seconds to fizz. The product thoroughly cleanses the skin and I notice my pores look clearer after cleansing. It also brightens the complexion.

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It does a superb job at washing away makeup as demonstrated in the pictures below. There’s eyeliner, eyes shadow and waterproof fibre mascara on my hand.

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Unlike cleansing oils, the product does not glide, but rather drags the skin during spreading and massage. Hence I don’t like to use it as an eye makeup remover.

I stopped using  this bubble cleanser daily because I find it too drying (I’ve normal skin), too harsh (experienced skin peeling on nose) and I didn’t like the idea of dragging my skin on a daily basis. The bubble cleanser is useful to deep cleanse the skin 2-3 times a week. However, I doubt I’ll repurchase as regular clay masking does a better job.

The Obdo
#02-22 Bugis Junction
200 Victoria Street

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