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Recent Boscia Reviews

Cleansers -Boscia -Purifying Cleansing Gel

on 11/11/2017 7:35:00 AM


Years back, I purchased a Boscia konjac sponge and it came with a teeny tiny sample of this cleanser. I've been using it every since and just the other day purchased a new bottle, something that rarely happens as I always end up wanting to try something new. I was briefly wooed away from this by Peter Thomas Roth, which seemed to offer better value for money but I don't like nearly as much as I did when I first tried it and I'm left with this honking huge bottle of a cleanser I'm not crazy for. But I come back to Boscia every time. It's the best combination of thorough and cleans really well but doesn't strip my face entirely of moisture (though I do follow with moisturizer). This cleanser works for me all year 'round - hot humid summer and cold, harsh winter. The pump packaging is neat and convenient to use and for me, this is a reliable, affordable and perfect face wash.

Cleansers -Boscia -Charcoal Jelly Ball Cleanser

on 11/3/2017 9:11:00 PM


I'm glad that I waited before posting this review. I really enjoyed using this cleanser when I got it. It left my face clean but not dry and the jelly like texture felt really nice on my skin. I even liked the smell of it.

Unfortunately, now that I'm half way through it, the ball turned into a mess. It didn't hold it's shape so I'm left with a blob that is falling apart with every use. There's chunks of jelly dropping everywhere, meaning that a lot of the product is literally going down the drain.

All of this means that, for the price, you are only getting max 2/3 of the product that you can actually use.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -Boscia -Clear Complexion Cleanser

on 10/15/2017 12:50:00 PM


Ever since I switched to this cleanser, my face has been clearing up! Even though it is quite expensive, it's money worth spent. It's not harsh (my skin doesn't feel dry and stripped of oils), it's not foaming, and it lathers really well (one pump is enough for the whole face). As for ingredients, homegirl I checked 'em on CosDNA (my fav website which I highly recommend) and they are completely safe! You do not need to worry about fragrances, parabens, colors, and sulfates, etc. cause it's completely clean.

I use this AM and PM and I absolutely love it! Plus the packaging is small so it is easy to travel with. Hope this helped~

Masks -Boscia -Luminizing Black Mask


This mask is dangerous; especially if you tend to have some soft facial hair-which most of us do. This review goes for any black/peel off mask on the market. The act of peeling the mask will pull out the tiny hairs on your face which leave the pore irritated and more open for other bacteria and dirt to get inside causing deep cystic pimples and irritation. I used this mask specifically for black heads around my chin and jaw line, and ended up with some serious pimples that took me at least 30 days to get rid of. Gentle exfoliation and an alcohol free toner will do just as good of a job without the risk of creating more pimples and clogged pores than before using this mask. ANALYZE YOUR SKIN PRIOR TO USING PEEL OFF MASKS!!! I promise it will save you a month of staring in the mirror hoping that you could take back the skin you peeled off in the first place.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Treatments (Face) -Boscia -Exfoliating Peel Gel

on 9/14/2017 4:10:00 PM


This works, but it has a really weird texture that I find creepy. It comes out like black tooth paste and then as you rub it into your skin it turns into a clear slime with rubbery black bits. This is a very non-abrasive peel and does leave you skin feeling fresh and smooth. But I can't get over the weird texture. I won't be re-purchasing this.

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