Ariul Spa Water 24hours Moisturising De-tox Mask - review


I received this cleanser in Memebox Special #73 Brighten & Correct, and I've been using it for a while now.

It's an ok cleanser but nothing special, which is a bit of a let-down because I really loved the Ariul face spray I received in another box. Plus the name of the product is a bit annoying because it implies it's a mask, which it isn't - definitely a cleanser!

On top of that, the cannister leaks between uses - so each time I open the cap I'm confronted with a thin, sticky and bubbly film that's all over the inside of the cap and also on the applicator etc.

I'm not sure whether that's an issue with the design or whether I just got a bung product.

Ariul claims/product details:
  • This daily cleanser creates hydrating and pore clarifying bubbles that penetrate deep into the skin
  • Aims to remove all pore-clogging impurities
  • Good for those with dry and easily irritated skin
  • Also delivers deep moisturising, brightening and tightening results
  • To use: take a tiny amount and spread over your face; bubbles will start to foam; add water, massage, then rinse off
  • RRP $26 for 100ml


These self-foaming cleansers seem to be all the rage at the moment. Aside from various samples I've wound up with, I received an Original Raw self-bubbling cleanser in another box - and that was the better product.

This one feels nice enough on the skin - at least to start with - and foams as it says it will. Problem is, I don't think it's a particularly great cleanser. It doesn't seem to remove much dirt or feel refreshing, and it leaves behind a sticky residue that I then have to remove with another product when I double-cleanse (and with this product, I definitely recommend double-cleansing because it doesn't do too much in one hit).

As for product claims, I guess it would be good for those with dry or irritated skin because it's gentle, but I reckon you can find a much better cleanser for sensitive skin if that's what you're looking for. This one just doesn't cut the mustard. I'm also not feeling any of the deep cleansing this product claims to deliver, nor am I seeing any brightening/tightening results.

Having said all that, this cleanser certainly isn't the worst I've tried and I will use it - it may just get banished to the body wash department because that's where I tend to put face cleansers that aren't doing much for me.


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