No dry feeling after cleansing with Althea Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser.
Some cleansers leave your skin dry and squeaky after washing. This leaves my skin really dry if I will not apply my toner immediately. I’m glad that Althea launched a new product, the Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser, a hydrating cleanser that moisturizes and purifies pores while keeping the skin’s pH balance.
About Althea Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser
Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser removes makeup, dirt and oil without drying the skin. This lightweight liquid has a dual moisture cell system that envelopes the skin in a serum-like formula thus keeping the skin moisturized and soft even after drying naturally or with a towel.
It also has a light cooling effect that helps maintain the skin’s temperature, leaving the skin smooth with noticeably minimized pores.
Jojoba seed oil deeply moisturizes with the heavy feeling while mint and tea tree leaf extracts soothe and purify the skin.
Honestly, the packaging reminds me of Laneige Perfect Pore Cleansing oil. The only difference is that it lacks the pump to easily dispense the product. Anyway, I did not have any problem dispensing the product by shaking and turning the bottle upside down.
I use this after cleansing with Micellar water. I just followed the direction to dampen my skin first before applying the serum cleanser. It spreads easily on the skin and three drops are enough to cleanse my face. My skin feels smooth and moisturized after rinsing with water. I love how it maintains my skin’s moisture as I do other stuff before I proceed to apply my toner.
This serum cleanser is very gentle. It is indeed recommended for all skin types, even sensitive skin. I did not have any allergic reaction with this one.
Why purchase Althea Pore Purifying Serum Cleanser?
This is one of the products from the Althea exclusives that I like because it works great with my sensitive skin. This 150mL serum cleanser will go a long way and only costs you 430 Php from Althea.
Have you tried this product? Share your experience in the comments section. Thanks for reading! Hope this helps!