I love Biore, their pore strips are like my most faveeee thing ever, and the charcoal cleanser is a dream. So when I saw their new Baking Soda Cleanser products, I had to give them a try! Yes you did read that right, a BAKING SODA range. Great for combination skin, the Biore Baking Soda products take all the natural powerful cleansing and exfoliating properties of baking soda, combined with Biore purifying skin technology to deep clean dirt and oil, while being gentle on the skin. Both products have the right level of exfoliating action able to smooth rought parts without over-scrubbing and irritating skin, leaving combination skin more balanced. And, at the same time, the formula, with baking soda and cleansing agents, is busy deep cleaning and de-shining the oily t-zone.
Baking Soda Pore Cleanser (RRP £4.99)
This cleanser is lovely as it is gentle enough for daily use and the liquid cleanser exfoliates and deep cleans, removing high levels of dirt and oil, without stripping skins natural moisture. It improves the appearance of pores and skin texture, lettings your skin feel clean, soft an smooth. Ideal for combination skin, this oil-free formula contains cleansing ingredients that excavate grime and oil from pores. At the same time, the formula gently smooths away dead cells. I like this, although probably prefer the charcoal cleanser, although I do feel like this clears out my pores well and as it is so simple and suitable for daily use, it has become an everyday product for me! Also, love a pump.
Baking Soda Cleansing Scrub (RRP £7.99)
This is the product I was excited to try as it is simply a cute little pot filled with baking soda (or so it looks..). Designed as a treatment scrub to be used up to 2-3 times a week, this powder-to-foam formula gently cleanses and exfoliates pores without over scrubbing. The polishing formulation reduces shine, brightens and events the complexion and eliminates dullness. I was a little bemused as to how this works, but easily got to grips with the product. Simply first wet your face, dispense a small amount of product into hands, add water to the cleanser and massage over entire face and then rinse thoroughly. Now I do have to admit that this powder can shoot out everywhere when trying to get the right amount into your hands and at first I literally just put the powder straight onto my wet face and massaged in, until it got foamy. But mixing it with water in your hand is probably a more simple method. I do like this cleanser though as the scrub feels super delicate, yet does feel like it is definitely doing something.
Have you tried anything from Biore, what’re your fave Biore products? What skincare product are you loving right now?