Etude House Baking Powder B.B. Deep Cleansing Foam Review

Sunday, March 8, 2015

I hope your Sunday is bubbly bliss :) Today's Sample Sunday product is Etude House (Korean Beauty Brand) Baking Powder B.B. Deep Cleansing Foam. Let's start off with the GOOD! It's a thick, creamy, white paste with micro beads that foams up (lots & lots of lather) when you add water to it. It feels REALLY GOOD when you wash your face! Your skin will feel refreshed, soft and squeaky clean. It smells exactly like baking soda. You only need a SMALL amount of this product to get a good cleanse. Now, the BAD! It strips your face of everything. My face felt a little dry and tight afterwards (I have dry/sensitive skin), but there was no redness or irritation. I'm not sure, but I don't think DEEP cleansers are meant to be used everyday. I would caution anyone with dry, sensitive, or even normal skin to use this only once or twice a month. The only skin type I see using this more, are oily skin types. I applied a really good moisturizer afterwards, and my face feels soft. It's not a bad product, but I would use it sparingly. Have you tried any cleansers from Etude House or deep cleansers in general? Here are my other reviews of Etude House.




Sweet-Bittersweet-NotSweet
supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff) 
  Etude House Baking Powder Deep Cleansing Foam is Bittersweet

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jo said...

Hey Kim, I can't keep up with your beauty reviews. Haha. Everything you tried sounds so amazing! Looks like another great product!

xo Jo

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Emmylou said...

This actually sounds like something I need. My T-zone is so oily that it can be a natural resource! I need all the deep cleansing I can get:D

Happy Sunday, Kim.:)

Jackie Harrison said...

I had not heard of this product but after reading your review will love to try it.

Mica T said...

I knew about (and use!) bb creams for SPF, but I didn't know you could get BB cream in a face wash too, how unique! :)

I think a good deep clean now and then sounds like a lovely idea - although like you I wouldn't want to use it too often either!

Away From The Blue

Nats ~Coral Tinted Perceptions said...

Good point Kim about stripping your face and making it dry, I definitely feel that way about baking powder based products.

fhenny said...

such a nice review!

xoxo
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Gabrielle said...

I've never heard about anything like this before, thanks for the info - i do enjoy your reviews! :)

Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

Samantha Mariko said...

I think finding a good deep cleanser is really tricky. I also realized recently my skin is actually more on the dry side, so i only use my deep cleanser one or twice a week. hope you find a good one for your skin!!
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Ashley said...

This sounds like sometime I would love because my skin is more oily!! a lot of prodcuts I used make my skin feel dry and tight afterwards but they do good things for my acne and oil control haha!! Thanks for the great review Kim!

Pamela RG said...

It's a unique product for sure. Too bad it leaves the skin dry.

Lyosha Varezhkina said...

thanks for this review. it's very useful to know weaker parts of products as well

Lyosha
Inside and Outside Blog

Lyosha Varezhkina said...

thanks for this review. it's very useful to know weaker parts of products as well

Lyosha
Inside and Outside Blog

Miss Val's Creations said...

I've read that baking powder is a good exfoliating but I haven't tried it. Then I have read on the other hand that it is not good to do those types of cleansing. What is a woman to do? So confusing. :)

Shireen L. Platt said...

I've not tried anything from Etude House, Kim. The brand is huge in Malaysia but pricey and somehow I've never been interested to try Asian makeup/skincare brand even though I am Asian. LOL!

This sounds like something geared towards oily skin lovelies, my skin is dry so I'll be giving this a miss. Great review as always, Kim!

Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

LoveT. said...

Interesting Product! I also have very sensitive Skin ,but once in a month deep cleansing sounds good :)

kisses

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

Thanks for the review Kim. I've seen this product around and wondered how it was. I'd have to give a pass since my skin is both on the dry and sensitive side.

Rowena @ rolala loves

Shiny M said...

I don't think I can get away with this during the winter. My skin needs all the moisture it can get!

Tina Bradley said...

I've not tried anything from Etude House. Glad to have read this post, though. My skin is sensitive; so, this is a product I'd want to use sparingly. T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

Diana Ashuayem said...

This would be great for my oily face!! Great review as always!

Nerline Germain said...

It just might work for me. I have oily skin. Great review!

Diva Desle said...

Thanks for the review Kim. I wanted to purchase a full tube of this because it seemed that you could use it as a daily cleanser. Thanks for letting us know that you can't use it every day. xx

Lorena said...

Too bad, it started out really good with the cleans scent and the foamy cleansing feel...

Rebeca Muñoz López said...

Hi Kim've heard about this brand is well known in Asia, the truth I have not tried their products but the reviews I've read many of their products work very well on oily skin people.

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Natalia | Fashioned by Love said...

I actually used pure baking soda to cleanse my face once (and for a while). It worked really well and actually never left my skin dry (which makes me wonder what other ingredients this cleanser has in it...) But yes, even in its purest form soda can affect sensitive skin, that's for sure.

Stanislava E. said...

I have never tried their products. I think I'd like this product though, as my skin is oily. But dry on the cheeks. So probably I wouldn't, haha.

Kizzy Von Doll said...

Hmm..never tried, but it would strip my face really, haha :) Sounds good though :) x

little luxury list said...

I haven't tried Etude House yet but will give this a miss! Maybe it's just baking soda with a little scent then (which would be so easy to do at home!)

xoxo,
little luxury list formerly Chic 'n Cheap Living

oomph. said...

i can imagine baking powder to be a little drying....but i bet it works wonders cleaning!

Cee said...

There's nothing I hate more than that tight feeling after using a harsh cleanser - I think I'll be steering clear of this! Thanks for a great review, Kim :)
xox,
Cee