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About the product

What Is It:

Barrier-friendly cleansing doesn’t have to be boring, thanks to this luxurious cleanser from Sulwhasoo. Despite its low pH and gentle cleansing agents, this herb-infused foaming cleanser foams up into a lush and cushiony lather to thoroughly cleanse and lightly hydrate skin, leaving you glowing after every wash.

Our insight:

A high-pH cleanser is the culprit of many skin problems, so if you’re suffering from excessive dryness or Read more in our Beginner’s Guide to Cleanser pH here unusual oil production, experience sensitivity and redness after cleansing, break out often, or have other issues you can’t seem to fix, make sure your cleanser is at a good pH for your skin..

How to use:

Use first thing in the morning and after cleansing oil in the evening. Wet face and hands. Squeeze a small amount of product into your palm and work into a thick lather. Massage onto face. Rinse thoroughly.


Water, potassium cocoyl glycinate, glycerin, acrylate polymer, propanediol, coco-glucoside, cocamidoproyl betaine, licorice extract, caoline, snake needle grass extract, hydrolized red ginseng saponin, mulberry tree root extract, madonna lily extract, honey, lotus flower extract, Solomon’s seal tree extract, gingseng extract, peony extract, rehmanni chinensis root extract, 2,3-hexanediol, methoxy PEG-114/poly epsilon caprolactone, butylene glycol, sodium lauryl saccharinate, sodium methyl cocoyl taurate, titanium dioxide (CI77891), polyquaternium-7, potassium hydroxide, ethylhexyl glycerin, disodium EDTA, sodium benzoate, phenoxyethanol, fragrance.

Brand info:

This prestige beauty brand, focused on hanbang ingredients indigenous to Korea, is as highly respected in its native land as it is abroad. Proof? Locals say its Ginseng Cream is something you’d gift to a potential mother-in-law. In its earliest iteration, that ginseng cream was what launched Sulwhasoo over 50 years ago. While helping his mother’s camellia oil business, Sulwhasoo founder Suh Sung-whan came to appreciate the power of traditional Korean herbs. Working with Kyunghee University of Oriental Medicine to blend traditional Korean medicinal herbs and methods with science-backed research, Suh founded the company that would become Sulwhasoo in 1966. All of Sulwhasoo’s ingredients are meticulously cultivated in AmorePacific’s herb farm, from the saponin-rich ginseng to white lily to East Indian lotus. Its signature formula of jaumdan, which consists of five potent herbs, targets the body’s Yin energy to fight dryness, dark spots, and inflammation. In 2004, Sulwhasoo became a best seller in Hong Kong, and in 2010, the prestige skincare line made its North American debut at Bergdorf Goodman.

Reviews & Comments 5


One quarter-sized dollop is enough to make my face feel clean (and not irritated). However, the pine smell goes right up my nose. It's too strong for me.


So luxurious and creamy with an addictive hanbang scent! It perks me up whenever I use it. Ideal for evenings after removing make-up.


This is used as my 2nd step cleanser. I have been using this for almost 3 weeks now and I really like it. It smells clean and its gentle on my skin - my skin feels clean & soft. I have t-zone oily skin, so all I need is about a dot on my forehead, dot on my nose and then on my chin. I add a tad bit of water and work it in my t-zone area first for 30 seconds, then i spread it onto cheeks for another 30 secs, bcuz my cheeks are dryer. A little... Read more


I can't live without it. My favorite cleanser of all. It's very gentle, but effective, and leaves my skin super soft


One of my favorite cleansers! I love the herbal pine scent and the foam is to die for!


Is this product the same as the snowise ex cleansing foam? Is this a reformulation because of different name?


It's a reformulation. I used to love the EX foam, as it was very moisturizing and gentle, but the newer version dries my skin out (even in the little info pack that comes with it says that it has a higher pH than the older formula, so that's probably why).