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EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam Review

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EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam is advertised as a low irritation formula with a cream texture for a gentle cleanse. The series features 5 types of face washes: apple, cica, lemon, rice, and tomato. In addition to being gentle, the Tomato variety is supposed to help improve elasticity and revitalize the skin. It’s available on YesStyle (reward code KBHOBBIT) and Stylevana (code INF10KBH).

EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam

How to use

  • Foam a small amount into a lather

  • Gently massage over the face and neck

  • Rinse and follow with the rest of your routine

For me, this is a second cleanser in the evening, after a cleansing oil or balm. I’ve had it for a couple of months and have been using it regularly, but not daily. EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam has a noticeable pleasant scent that doesn’t linger. It doesn’t smell like tomatoes, more like something floral. The texture is creamy, as promised.

EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam

My impressions

First of all, I wouldn’t look to a cleanser for improving elasticity or hydrating the skin. The job of any cleanser is to… well… cleanse! To give me a clean start without stripping the skin so that the following skincare steps can do their job. I don’t love when cleansers promise to do more than their basic function. It’s very unlikely that one would see benefits of increased elasticity, for example, from a product that only stays on the skin for a minute or two, if that.


This isn’t my favorite foaming cleanser, but it’s definitely not bad, especially for the price (I’ve seen it on sale for as low as $2.99). I enjoy the fluffy foam and the scent, but it definitely lacks the sophisticated feel of many other foaming cleansers that I prefer. I suspect that using it daily might be drying, but a few days a week is fine. I also sometimes utilize it for shaving my legs, because I’m currently washing the body with bar soap, and it doesn’t create as much foam as the EYENLIP cleanser. I can get a full leg’s worth of foam from the tomato cleanser with just a dime sized amount.

EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam

Overall, it’s not bad. I don’t think I would purchase it specifically as a face product, but I will finish the tube I have. It makes an excellent makeup brush cleanser as well. Someone with oily skin who likes a good smelling wash might see this as a holy grail, but to me it’s just another affordable product that isn’t particularly memorable.


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EYENLIP Ceramide Tomato Cleansing Foam ingredients: Purified Water, Stearic Acid, Myristic Acid, Lauric Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Polysorbate 20, Glycol Distearate, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Methylparaben, Sodium Chloride, Butylene Glycol, Disodium EDTA, Fragaria Chiloensis Fruit Extract, Malus Domestica Fruit Extract, Punica Granatum Fruit Extract, Citrullus Lanatus (Watermelon) Fruit Extract, Solanum Lycopersicum (Tomato) Fruit Extract (113ppm), Capsicum Annuum Fruit Extract, 1,2-Hexandiol, Octyldodecanol, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Ceramide NP, Caprylyl Glycol


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