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ETUDE HOUSE SoonJung 5.5 Foam Cleanser 150ml | Hypoallergenic cleansing foam for sensitive skin | Korean Skin Care?

A total of 1 review of this product on Reddit.

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18th May 2021

I had to do a double-take because you look like you could be my best friend’s long lost brother or cousin.

I tried dandruff shampoos for years on a patch on my scalp. It was frustrating because I didn’t want to be using products with sulfates or silicones (usually dimethicone). Only after I’d cleared up my issue did I come across dermaharmony.com, so I haven’t tried them but appreciate the ingredient lists. I also had dryness in my eyebrows from dehydrated skin and a stripped moisture barrier.

While massaging argan oil in on my scalp for the first time all the little flakes came up. It was sooo gross, but it worked and I ditched the shampoos. Argan oil is non-comedogenic but I haven’t used it on my face. My friend uses it in his beard and it’s working for him though.

I’d recommend an electric exfoliating brush a couple times a week and a non-stripping cleanser. I like Etude House SoonJung (etude.com, Amazon). No fragrance, but a lumpy texture before foaming due to limited ingredients, which is good. I’m using The Ordinary’s Squalane Oil (theordinary.deciem.com, Amazon, Ulta) that doesn’t leave me greasy, and plan on trying Twinlab’s Na-PCA Moisture Spray (twinlab.tlcchealth.com, Amazon) as it’s worked well for my father for years. I’m still on the hunt for a good toner and sunscreen so I can’t comfortably mention anything there. Moisturizing, sunscreen, and drinking plenty of water will definitely help slow the development of more fine lines.

I also use incidecoder.com to analyze ingredients.