Review: Rosette Gommage Peeling Gel

Tuesday, June 20, 2017


Gommage Peeling Gel



First place @ cosme for 2014

Information taken from Rakuten

Fruit acid works to get rid of the dullness and leaves you with silky, rejuvenated skin. Makeup goes on better!

Use 2-3 times a week depending on skin condition
After cleansing, use the peeling gel on dry skin.
Take appropriate amount (size of large grape) and massage onto face
While massaging, residue resembling eraser peelings have started to accumulate on the surface of skin. Massage for one minute and rinse thoroughly

Purified Water, Ethanol, Glycerin, Steartrimonium Chloride, Carbomer, Allantoin, Lactic Acid, Glucose, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Methylparaben, Fragrances

Not a lot of ingredients!

The peeling gel up close

The peeling gel spread out

The residue started accumulating after a while

My thoughts

Simple tube packaging.
The opening is small and it is easy to control the amount dispensed

It has a strong floral/fruity scent
I did not particularly enjoy the scent but it is not disturbing!

Clear gel texture

This is quite similar to my holy grail, Cure Natural Aqua Gel! It is not as runny/watery as Cure which I actually like. It is easy to spread and feels very gentle on skin. It does not irritate my skin in any way. My skin feels so smooth and soft after using this. The brightening effect is not as obvious as Cure. I actually like this and the price is so much more friendly!

Makes skin smoother and softer
No allergic reaction
Gentle on skin

Scent is a little strong


I highly recommend this! This is one of the best peeling gel with a friendly price tag :)
Not suitable for those who hates strong scents

*Despite it being similar to Cure in so many ways, I actually still prefer Cure Natural Aqua Gel*

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