ISHIZAWA KEANA Baking Soda Moist Peeling
A peeling gel that removes dead skin cells, sebum, and blackheads to leave skin brighter and softer in texture.
ISHIZAWA KEANA Baking Soda Moist Peeling is a peeling gel that improves skin texture and appearance by removing dead skin cells, sebum, and blackheads.
The peeling action removes dull skin, leaving it brighter and softer. This special treatment can be used 2-3 times per week. It is recommended for anyone with concerns about dull and/or rough skin, including those with clogged pores or acne-prone skin.
||Peeling gel treatment
Removes dead skin cells, sebum, and blackheads
Appropriate for use 2-3 days per week
Smooths uneven skin texture
Oil Control & Clogged Pores
|Made In||JAPAN 🇯🇵|
See more products from ISHIZAWA.
How to use
- Use 2-3 times per week. Use before face wash and after removing makeup. Use 3-5 pumps and massage gently into the skin, avoiding the eyes and lip areas.
- When the product has started peeling sufficiently, rinse off thoroughly.
- Follow with remainder of skin care routine (this product replaces a facial cleanser).
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Mineral Oil Free
Full list of ingredients
Water, Glycerin, Diglycerin, (Acrylate / Alkyl Acrylate (C10-30)) Crosspolymer, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate Na, Kawara Nadesico Seed Extract, Hyaluronic Acid Na, Ethylhexyl Glycerin, Propanediol, Triethylhexanoin, Lauroyl Sarcosine Isopropyl, ethanol, red 102
I really wanted to love this product. I like that it doesn’t have much of a scent and the pump keeps it hygienic in application. Despite playing around with how thick or thin the product would layer on my face I could never manage to achieve the “peeling” that the cleanser advertised. It goes out quite goopy and almost seems to separate on the skin and when dry you have to wash it off like you would a mask but it lags a very weird and unpleasant texture. After my skin wasn’t stripped of natural oils but never feels clean, either. I will be finishing the bottle but will not repurchase again, it just didn’t seem work it for the price.