Another month had passed and we are now entering the month of July. And I shall be 26 in a few months time. *shudders at the thought of turning 26* LOL! Still haven’t decided what I wanted to do on my 26th birthday this year. Maybe an impromptu trip to somewhere on my own? Or perhaps not, since I am asking Sister to get me a couple of branded bags and wallets if she is going Europe at the end of this year.
Anyways, here’s a very much awaited skincare product review on Kose Sekkisei White Liquid Wash. I did not buy an individual product of this one but it came in a package with several other products – Kose Sekkisei Lotion 100ml and Kose Sekkisei Emulsion 70ml. I couldn’t remember what’s the price of the whole complete set but I think it was about S$87.
Before I started using Kose Sekkisei White Liquid Wash, I was using Kose Sekkisei White Powder Wash. Both products were the same, just that the former is in the form of liquid while the latter is in the form of powder. Albeit the latter was in powder form, it could work up a lather as thick as the liquid one. When I first bought the latter, the BA informed that Kose Sekkisei White Powder Wash is much more suitable for oily skin like mine. I could still use the former but I would need to cut short on dosage.
A blog reader of mine once mentioned in one of my comment box that it’s best to avoid using skincare products which are formulated for oily skin as they will dry out your skin eventually. It’s actually quite true though. Thank you very much for the heads up! Anyways, the consistency of the liquid wash is very much runny and it smelled very herbal just like any other Kose Sekkisei range of products. Albeit it smelled like herbal, it’s not unpleasant but nice.
When you added in a little bit of lukewarm water with the liquid wash, the texture would turn very smooth and massaging them into the skin became easy. The liquid wash doesn’t leave my skin feeling all tightened up after rinsing them off with lukewarm water. My face looked very squeaky clean and smooth. Honestly speaking, I think I preferred Kose Sekkisei White Liquid Wash more than Kose Sekkisei White Powder Wash despite they were both the same.
1. Smooth and squeaky clean.
2. Refreshing herbal scent.
3. Doesn’t leave skin feeling all tightened up after rinsing.
1. Kose counter unavailable in Brunei anymore.
Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Price: RM124 (East Malaysia) S$42 (Singapore)