Boscia Purifying Cleansing Gel or Korres Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser
I read so many good reviews about both products, but can't make up my mind in regards to which one I should get. I have been using Shiseido's Pureness line for the past 5 years or so, but now feel like it's too drying and just want to try something new. I had recently purchased Philosophy's Purity Made Simple cleanser, as I have also heard good things about it, but didn't like it at all. I'm 27 yrs. old and have normal/combination skin, with extremely large pores on my nose and occasional breakout on my forehead.
Any suggestions anyone?
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
(Bay Area, CA)
on Purifying Cleansing Gel
I have used both. I like thus much better. It is gentle but cleans better.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I used to use Philosopy Purity as well. I prefer the boscia handsdown, its light, gentle, effective in removing dirt and makeup and doesnt dry my skin out. Hope that helps!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
I haven't tried to Korres but I have combination skin with redness, the occasional spot, and scars. The Boscia cleanser has balanced my skin--the red areas are more even, the oil areas less oily and the dry areas less dry. I still have the occasional blemish, but overall my skin has improved and is less irritated.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
I completely recommend it, I haven't had any problems with it drying out my skin at all. I too have used Philosophy Purity Made Simple, and I like the Boscia one a lot better. It's super refreshing and does a really good job of cleansing the skin without overdrying.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
If youre getting the cleanser only, get the Korres. If youre getting a whole regiment def go with boscia. (the cleanser, the toner, the serum, and the moisturizer). I have your problem with the blackheads and i have oily skin to boot. I havent had a problem with the products whatsoever. If you want more dramatic pore reducing results go with Boscia. I've been with them for a year and their mini test drive packs run for about $50 i believe, and thats what i buy. this last one has lasted me about 3 months and i wash with it once a day at night or if my skin feels too oily twice a day. For the first month, go twice to get those pores reduced, and then see how you do going once a day to save you money$. Hope this helps you.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
As for the difference between this and the Korres product, I can't compare. However, I've tried Boscia gel and am now HOOKED! I also alternate between Clinique liquid soap and L'Occitane Red Rice liquid cleanser-both are great. But with my skin issues, I feel that Boscia has served me best. I live in Florida and the humidity affects oily skin, this helps control break outs.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
I recommend boscia, I use it everyday and have for a year. My skin is similar to yours, normal/combination, tends to dry if over washed or in the winter. It was drying my face out a little and then I started using it at night and just rinsing in the morning, now I have no complaints. I recommend the moisturizer and toner as well. They are light weight but still moisturize. I almost need a heavier moisturizer for wonter tho.. The bottle has lasted the entire year as well-very good bang for your buck, just use a pea size amount and lather it up
answered 3 years, 11 months ago