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.
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.
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.
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