August 15, 2016

Product Review: Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick

      I'm back to a normal posting schedule this week after moving into my new apartment! I unpacked quite a lot the first weekend and last weekend and although there is still tons of stuff to do and organize, I feel like I've settled in enough to at least give the blog my weekend attention again. Today I'll be reviewing a product that I've had my eye on for forever! The first time I stumbled upon the su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick, it was sold out everywhere. When it did eventually come back in stock it was marked up way too much by third party sellers. Finally after going through enough of the cleansers that I already have, I finally bought the cleanser stick to try out for myself.

SU:M37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick
Price: $28

A convenient hypoallergenic cleansing stick-contains fermented rose flower extracts naturally derived from nature-blended with more than 90% natural ingredients-creates a delicate lather to lift away daily impurities naturally without irritation.

Glycerol, Water, Orange Peel Oil, Lime Peel Oil, Lemon Peel Oil, Green Tea Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Basil Oil, Ylang Ylang Flower Oil, Majoram Oil, Fermented Damask Rose Extract, Apricot Seed Oil, Olive OIl, Sunflower Oil, Betaine, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, Camellia Oil, Tocopheral, Rose Flower Water, Potassium Hydroxide, Lauryl Betaine


       All the other reviews I've read from other bloggers and comments from reviews left on websites say that this cleanser smells amazing. However, I didn't really get that from mine. I was expecting a lovely rose scent similar to the Milky Jelly Cleanser by Glossier (reviewed and raved about here), but instead it smells only very faintly of rose and more similar to a normal bath bar that you can get at any drugstore. Not a deal-breaker, but kind of disappointing given that this was a common comment that I had come across. In terms of cleansing, it's a very gentle cleanser. Like other reviewers have said, this shouldn't be the main cleanser you use to take off your makeup but it can be used as the second step in double cleansing. On the skin it feels creamy and it has a minimal amount of bubbles, and it does leave my face feeling clean but not stripped. The directions say to place the cleansing stick directly on your face, but I find that it's rather uncomfortable so instead I lather up the soap on my hands first. 


Concluding Remarks

     I think that this product may be a little too hyped up. I think it's a good product, but I do have other cleansers that I enjoy much more. However, I'm not disappointed in it enough to not use up the product (I do think it'll be an amazing cleanser to take with you when you travel). I'm also curious to see how the Belif Chamomile Tincture cleanser compares to the Miracle Rose Cleansing stick. If you like gentle cleansers that have minimal lather but feel creamy on the skin, then this is the cleanser for you.

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