#Review# Whip your face with fluffy Marshmallow!

Do you know there exists a marshmallow, as fluffy as the clouds (i guess clouds are fluffy? Have not touched them before!) which you can whip it all over your face, to achieve a baby smooth skin?

There is!

For so many years, so many foaming cleansers which I’ve tried, this is the ONE for me right now!

* Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash *

Keeping your face clean is the first step to beautiful and healthy-looking face. Without a clean face, no matter what luxury brands of essence, skincare you put on, nothing will be absorbed effectively into your skin.

BUT cleansing is not just about keeping the face clean! Facial cleanser has its importance that during cleansing, the face skin layer structure is not damaged due to the tugging, rubbing, and stressing on the skin in the long run.

Let’s take the skin of most Japanese girls as an example.

You’ve prolly noticed most Japanese girls have got porcelain skin, and how “boing boing” the skin is.

So what’s their secret?

Hmmm, there maybe 101 answers to that question, but let me share with you the ONE answer!

It’s their basic 3 step skincare, with minimized stress being exerted into the skin!

Step 1 is their cleansing method. Japanese girls have the habit of using a foaming net/ball to create quality and moderate foam from their cleanser to provide cushion and reduce stress exerted during cleansing. They know that during cleansing, tugging of the skin is unavoidable, so in order to minimize the skin tugging, the cushion from soft foam created during cleansing helps!

Step 2 is using lotion. In most Japanese skincare, toner is replaced by lotion because they believed not everyone has pore issue, so there’s no need for a pore minimizing toner. Instead a lotion helps to soften the skin, preps the skin for Step 3. In Step 2, skin tugging is minimized by gently patting the face using palms or cotton pad which are soaked with lotion.

Step 3 is applying moisturizer using the middle and 4th finger to pat the moisturizer into the skin, because these two fingers are the ones with minimal strength exerted, and hence less skin tugging. Fingers move in the outward motion.

With all these minimized stress and skin tugging, the bounciness of the face will be well-maintained.

Ensuring enough foam is created during cleansing can be a hassle, especially during the morning rush or when we are desperate to get onto the bed.

Biore has launched one of its latest “invention” on foam cleanser, the Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash. To me, it is the best foamy cleanser which I’ve tried so far. Why so? The name (marshmallow whip) tells us so!

Just 1-2 pumps from this marshmallow whip, I can have the best fluffy foam on my palms. No matter what/how/when, the foam which is pumped out always has the same quality and bounciness!

Here’s the foam on my palm, it is so dense, feels soft and smooth, and has small tiny bubbles.

Even when I flip my hand upside down, the foam doesn’t drip!

Compare with a normal foamy cleanser, the foam created from the normal cleanser is less thicker, less cushion than Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash!


Thin lousy foam that cannot cover face well.

When comes to foamy cleanser, it is the foam that does the cleansing. Foam must be dense and concentrate enough to clean the small pores on the skin.

With the cushion from the foam, the foam is well-spread easily and less tugging of the skin is involved.


With 1 pump of Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash, after spreading on my palm.

When I zoom in to look at the fluffy foam, I see the super tiny bubbles and feel the ultra fine texture on the foam. The bubbles are like so much smaller than the pores, I am sure the foam is able to clean my pores without clogging.

Another point to take note, most foamy cleanser leaves a tight feeling on the skin, but the foam from Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash is very gentle and I can immediately feel the smoothness on my face after cleansing!

The instant baby smooth comes from…. collagen!

Yes, Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash is enriched with collagen to moisturize the skin and gives it a baby smooth feel.

Skin smells nice too!

How I use is, wet my face, get 2 pumps of the Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash, spread the foams all over my face and start massage the face gently. Massage for about 1-2 minutes before rising. My face looks brightened up instantly!

My skin doesn’t feel dry despite I have dry cheeks. Now, who says dry skin isn’t suitable for foamy cleanser?

With Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash, I can be sure my face is thoroughly cleansed.

Each bottle is able to give you 150 pumps, and if each time I will need 2 pumps, twice daily, it means Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash can last me a month!!

Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash (S$13.90) is now available at major supermarkets & medical stores.

Refill packs are available too!

The shelves are very “foamy and bubbly”, very eye catching, you won’t miss seeing them!

You will prolly notice this cute picture on the shelves,

nnd the many many cute bottles of Biore Marshmallow Whip Facial Wash!

Also, there is this application game that is going on now at www.marshmallow.com.sg!

In this game, you will just need to click on the correct pictures which will be flashing on & off, increasingly fast as the clock tick tocks!

Clicking on the different correct pictures earn you different points.

That’s not all, there will be series of questions posted to you after the above Spot game. In this game, you have to be accurate and fast enough to complete all questions and click the <SUBMIT> button. Each correct question correctly answered earns you additional 10 points.

*Hint: Most of the answers to the questions can be found in this blog post.

Top score winner gets to win a $300 H&M voucher, while the next top 10 scorers will win $80 worth of Kao products!

So start playing today!

And start your way to “boing boing” skin!

www.marshmallow.com.sg

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