[Aritaum] Aloe No Wash Cleansing Water
For today, already free from pending reviews, I wanted to bring my experience with this, which is my first Korean cleansing water. I had a couple of bad experiences with Western products, so I decided not to keep losing money despite the immediate buying experience and overrated things in here, and I found something Good, cheap and pretty that has me very happy, because it also saved me in a couple of occasions, Either because there was no water, or because I was very lazy and did not want to do my double cleansing.
This Aritaum cleansing water has 85% of its content in Aloe Vera leaf extract, and promises to effectively cleanse the skin and make-up, without drying the skin, balancing its pH.
Will it be so? What do you think? ... for my part, I can tell you that Aritaum once again succeeded and fulfilled their promises. You know, AmorePacific seal of quality.
* Contiene 91% de esencia de aloe natural de la Isla de Jeju.
* Elimina completamente el maquillaje y deja la piel hidratada sin sequedad.
* Libre de fragancias artificiales, colorantes sintéticos y aceite mineral.
* Ligeramente ácido y suave en la piel.
El mucopolisacárido del Aloe es un excelente hidratante,
que no es muy afectado por la humedad externa y siempre
mantiene constante el contenido de agua. Se sabe que es eficaz para
prevenir el daño de la piel como las asperezas, también calma la piel
estimulada por el calor y luz UV, y proporciona una sensación de enfriamiento
a la piel frágil.
Humedezca un pad de algodón con agua limpiadora y limpie su cara.
Para un maquillaje ligero, presione suavemente durante 5-10 segundos antes de limpiar.
No necesita enjuagar, pero puede enjuagar con agua fría.
The lid opens and closes securely.
But there is also the issue that I suffer a lot in the cold season by double cleansing. The issue of rinsing twice, makes me bad for the sinusitis I have, then makes it worse. That's why I finally decided to buy a cleansing water and see how effective it was. Sure, I was not going to lose the money with something random here ... I was going to be safe, and in that case Glowpick was the best adviser, because the first thing that caught my attention was this cleansing water from Aritaum, which promises to leave the skin hydrated (rather, not dry, that is a common defect of the micellar-cleaning water) and balanced (thanks to its slightly acidic pH). The size and price is also something to take into account, since it brings 300 ml of product and has a value of 10-11 dollars.
The list of ingredients is very short, and I love that. The main ingredient is Aloe Vera leaf extract, and then includes solvent, emollients and moisturizers. There is no water on the formula...a waterless product uhm. The only ingredient with acne potential is butylene glycol, and there are no ingredients that can irritate the skin. To me, in these almost two months using it, it has not caused me any outbreak.
This water has no color nor a notorious scent, rather than something clean and refreshing. Its pH (tested) is 5-6. It is literally a water in terms of texture and if you shake it some bubbles appear.
Although it is a make-up remover or a cleanser and the brand does not indicate that it can act as a waterproof makeup remover, IT IS capable of effectively cleansing this type of makeup. It takes a couple of more passes, but every time I've used it, it removes effortlessly my makeup, and in the swatches that I will show below you will see that although Peripera's ink blackara and Clio's lipnicure resisted a little, they went after a couple of extra wipes.
The test of fire with this water was when the water was cut in Santiago and we were a couple of days like this. I could not do the double cleaning, because there wasn't running water and needed to wash the remains of sunscreen and the makeup that I brought, so I used this water and met expectations, although I do not recommend leaving it without rinsing - unless you really doesn't have water - especially if you have combination skin to oily, because you feel a too moisturizing sensation in the skin that becomes annoying. Maybe it's my issue because I really can not tolerate being without my skin without proper washing.
So now you see ... I have on the way another water of another brand to test their level of makeup removal. Point for Korean cleansing waters!
In conclusion: Recommended for all skin types, and especially if you wear waterproof makeup. It does not dry out, it does not irritate or cause pimples (unless you are allergic to its components), it brings a lot and is very cheap. Please rinse it, more if you are going to include acids or First Essences in your routine since a clean skin is key to the absorption of the ingredients of the products.
Have you tried Korean waters? Which one is your favorite?
Tomorrow I will take the photographs to start the Anniversary Giveaway 😀 and on Wednesday I will tell you in detail everything you need to know in order to participate (Obviously, the first is to be a Blog followers 😌).