Boscia is a skincare company founded by Kenji Ikemori in 2002. All products are preservative-free and contain their "Botanical Blend" which is a "mix of jojoba leaf and willowherb." They are also made without preservatives, ethanol alcohol, bactericides, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colorants, mineral oil, animal ingredients, or gluten. They are headquartered in Irvine, CA. *Source: Company website

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63% would repurchase

Recent Boscia Reviews

Masks -Boscia -Charcoal Pore Pudding

on 6/11/2018 1:23:00 PM


This looked cool in the jar and I was excited to try it given rave reviews. But this is was a big no for me. It was really difficult to spread, and leaves your face looking like it was smeared in coal. If it works, that's fine by me. But I didn't notice any benefits, and what's more my skin began to break out the days following the treatment. My skin is somewhat breakout-prone, but pimples were popping up in spots where I rarely get them. So if you are at all breakout prone I would be apprehensive about this one.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Scrubs -Boscia -Tsubaki Oil-Infused Exfoliating Powder

on 5/26/2018 8:32:00 PM


I’ve been hanging onto a sample packet of this for months that came with a Sephora order and I finally had an opportunity to try it. After a day of sun and swimming I thought a good exfoliator was in order to remove my sunscreen and this did work really well in that regard. My skin felt smoother and very clean without feeling dry or tight. I don’t think it was “brightening” as it claims but it was still a nice way to gently exfoliate my skin. I don’t see this listed on Sephora’s website so I’m not sure this is even available anymore.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Masks -Boscia -Luminizing Black Mask

on 5/9/2018 10:40:00 PM


I thought this mask was a gimmick but it actually works. I purchased the Sephora Skin Food kit and it was included, so I had to try it out! I actually used every other product before bothering to give it a shot. It's my first peel-off mask and I like that it's actually able to be peeled off, though it takes a pretty thick layer to make it happen. My first application was on the thin side, so I ended up rinsing off more than I was able to peel away. The second time, I applied an extra thick layer which was just the right consistency to properly peel it away. My skin felt softer, smoother and any breakouts were reduced quickly and faded away. I keep hoping to see more "goo" in the peel but considering all the masking, scrubbing, exfoliating in my routine, I guess I should be pleased I don't. I like this mask and will buy the full size.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Masks -Boscia -Charcoal Pore-Minimizing Hydrogel Mask

on 4/28/2018 4:21:00 PM


The masks were a little tricky to put on, but it stays on well once it's placed.
I like that it's two pieces so that it can fit your face really nicely. They are generously sized masks that leave your face feeling a little sticky

I found it pretty underwhelming overall. It was a little boring and I didn't see any difference. I prefer the Mediheal IPI hydrogel mask or the Boscia Charcoal Peel-off mask instead.

Cleansers -Boscia -MakeUp-BreakUp Cool Cleansing Oil

on 4/12/2018 1:57:00 PM


Very nice oil cleanser. I apply this to dry skin and over my entire face including eye area. Massage it in for a minute or so and then massage water onto my face and rinse. This completely removes my makeup and the cleanser rinses very clean with no residue at all. I love how clean my face feels after using this but not dried out. Big issue I have is the price. I found it very expensive for a cleanser and because it's not that much better than body shop cleansing balm I will likely stick with that one due to cost. Would repurchase if it was cheaper.

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