Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam

Jeju Island, the source for Korean Skincare

In Korea, the popular trend for cosmetics & skincare is to use ingredients that come directly from Jeju Island. Located just off the southern tip of South Korea, Jeju Island is known as the Hawaii of Asia (volcanic island). Everything here is well protected (from pollution) and naturally fermented. It’s even a home to a large number of endangered species, with the soil of Jeju Island containing mixed volcanic ash and rocky terrain, as the vital place to grow natural organisms. Moreover, Innisfree is highly known for using volcanic clay, camellia petals, Gapado barley, nutmeg tree and Jeju Island’s Gamgul tangerine in their products.

What is it?

A cleansing foam enriched with squeezed green tea and green complex from pure Jeju Island, to deliver abundant moisture and nourishment deep into your skin.

Packaging: 10/10

Its brand packaging is very simple. The container is green, and it’s shaped like a tube that makes it easy to stand and store next to all your cleansing products. It’s also recyclable! Look at the side of the bottle, and you may find the recycling label. The expiration date is also located at the very tip of the bottle, which usually expires after 3 years of your purchase. Everything about the soft, green bottle is very eco-friendly and great for your daily usage.  

Application: 9/10

Squeeze an appropriate amount onto clean hands and create lather. Smoothly massage over your face and thoroughly rinse with lukewarm water afterwards.

Innisfree - Green Tea Cleansing Foam

Texture: 8/10

Once you squeeze the right amount onto your hands to wash your face, the texture is very cool and creamy. It also has a mild green tea scent that is non-irritating and smooth on the skin.

Removability: 8/10

It does a great job of removing all dust and makeup from your face, but I recommend that you use the cleanser twice (rinsing with water several times) to completely remove makeup. This cleansing foam is better when you are wearing light makeup.


What kinds of cleansing foams do you use? Have you used Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam? I’d love to hear your review, thoughts & experiences in the comments below!

This review is based on Jihee Park’s editor review. Her review is based on real usage & review with her skin type as listed.

Skin Type: Dry
Skin Color: Light (No.21)
Skin Undertone: Natural beige, warm undertone

Editor’s Review – Innisfree Green Tea Cleansing Foam
  • Texture
    8
  • Application
    9
  • Packaging
    10
  • Removability
    8
The Good

Easy to apply

Smooth texture

Green tea scented

The Bad

Creamy

8.810
Jihee Park

Jihee Park is the Lead Beauty Editor of K-Beauty Now. Based in the heart of Seoul, her professional expertise and approach in academic, social media, and lifestyle coverage provide compelling articles the community can trust. Translated from Korean to English, bringing you the latest k-beauty news straight from South Korea.

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