Saturday, 16 May 2015

REVIEW: CNP LABORATORY ENZYME POWDER WASH


During my CNP Laboratory haul, I got a free bottle sample from the shop, and my, it's quite a big sample with quite a lot of uses.This is the first time I've tried an enzyme wash, but I've heard many great things about it before.

I feel that the traditional Korean peeling gels aren't really effective, as I've tried rubbing the peeling gel on different surfaces (including the stone bench top), and the same rubber pieces still appear. I've also been told many times that scrubs are too harsh for the skin, especially if you have thin and sensitive skin like me.

So here I am with my powder wash. It's not the first powder wash I've tried though, as my first was with a Japanese brand, Fancl. The difference between the two, is that the Fancl required the use of a sponge to foam up, whereas this enzyme powder wash foams up with water alone.

So, back to business, this is the
CNP Laboratory Deep Enzyme Powder Wash.

Full Size Product: 70g 


Ingredients
Mixed fermented complex (pomegranate fermented extract, pu'er tea fermented extract, bean fermented extract), green tea EGCG

Product Description
Plant originated protein decomposition enzyme cleanses old impurities deeply.
Creates smooth skin texture.
Enzyme removes dead skin cells on skin surface to activate turnover period and create healthy skin.
Fine lather exfoliates without burden to the skin
Skin remains moisturised skin without dryness after cleansing
Contains niacinamide and rice bran extract for dull skin improvement to brighten the skin.
Enzyme in the powder wash activates the best among 35-40 degrees.
No additives, artificial colours, talc, benzophenone, mineral oil, alcohol, silicon, sulfate, surfactant.


How To Use
Pour a moderate amount into your palm and add some water.
Add some water to create enough lather.


Apply the foam all over the face, and gently massage.
Rinse off with warm water.
Apply 2-3 times a week depending on your skin condition.


Tip 1: Put some water to the powder, and rub against the face for a scrub effect. *Avoid the eyes
Tip 2: Rub the powder to wet nose to remove sebum and blackhead.
Tip 3: Mix the powder to your usual facial cleanser for a richer lather and deep cleansing effect.


You only need around a penny size worth of product to work with. There's a slight fruity scent, but not artificial or too overwhelming. It foams up easily with water, but it may feel slightly beady at first when the powder is still dissolving. The powder only foams up slightly, as it does not contain any foaming agents. After rinsing the foam off my face with water, I instantly noticed that my face felt super soft, smooth, and pores were minimised. My face did not feel dry afterwards.
There were so many uses out of the small bottle that I still haven't finished my bottle yet, though I went to buy myself a full size product during the Mother's Day promotion. I use mine at least once or twice a week, and have loved it since! I'm really loving CNP Laboratory so far!!


Rating: 10/10

Thank you for reading, and have a nice day!

3 comments:

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