Yadah Anti Trouble Bubble Cleanser
This is a non-acnegenic skin care product based on antioxidant rich herbal ingredients. It’s soothing formula will gently refine your skin. We have minimized using chemicals to create naturally pure and healthy skin.
Where does it fit in your routine?
This is a water based cleanser. In the morning, use at the start of your routine. At night, use as a second, after an oil cleanser.
Size and Price
The bottle contains 150ML of product. I received this at no cost from BBCosmetic. It is available on BBCosmetic ($20), Amazon (~$20), or Memebox (currently on sale for $8).
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I love the packaging for this cleanser. The cleanser is contained in a plastic bottle with a pump mechanism. When you press down on the pump, it dispenses the cleanser which is pre-foamed for your convenience!
Smells like lemon peels. Not a scent I would’ve guessed that I would like, but I love it. It smells so fresh, so clean.
Color and texture
White and billowy foam.
What’s in it?
- Cleansing Agents: TEA-COCOYL GLUTAMATE, COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE
- SALICYLIC ACID
Beta hydroxy acid (BHA) is a very effective chemical exfoliant, but cleansing products are poor delivery systems for it. Hydroxy acids require specific concentrations and pH ranges to work. You also need to keep it on your skin for more than the 30 seconds a cleanser touches your skin before you rinse it off.
Acne Triggers & Irritants
Full ingredients are on Cosdna, which identifies no acne triggers or potential irritants.
With cleansers, there is a spectrum of the effort it takes to get the cleanser ready to be put on your face. On one end, you have powder cleansers which require you to add your own water before working the cleanser into foam. On the other end are auto-foaming pump cleansers, like this one, which are as convenient and easy to use as you can get. I haven’t used a auto-foaming pump cleanser for awhile and this cleanser reminded me how much I appreciate the convenience.
However, the cleanser itself doesn’t jive with my skin. Despite its low pH I find it to be quite harsh. After use, my skin feels stripped of its natural oils and at times, even slightly aggravated.
I have since repurposed this face wash to clean makeup brushes. I have a few other reject-2nd-cleansers I use this way, including a Japanese drugstore foaming cleanser with a pH of NINE that is somehow less harsh (on my hands at least) than this one. Pretty bizarre but also a good reminder that low pH is just one of many requirements that go into making a gentle cleanser.
The things I like about this cleanser are it’s convenient pump and its lemon peel scent. However, despite its appropriate acidity, I find this cleanser to be too harsh. If you’re in the market for a gentle cleanser, here’s one I like a lot and here are all my cleanser reviews.
Overall rating: 2.8/5
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