Goodal Bubble Peeling Wash Review
Goodal Phytowash Yerba Mate Bubble Peeling (is the full product name) is an exfoliating cleanser that is one of my staple products. It strikes the perfect balance for combination skin because it removes dryness and moisturizes without causing increased sebum production. Could Goodal Bubble Peeling be the perfect cleanser? It exfoliates, moisturizes, calms skin and is great for any skin type.
Meet my favorite cleanser.
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Goodal Bubble Peeling
Price: $18 on Amazon
Fragrance: Fresh scent; mildly botanical
Skin effect: Exfoliates, removes dry skin, brightens skin, moisturizes
Pros: Removes dry skin, good exfoliation without harshness or redness, calming
Cons: Pricey for small amount of product
This review is a little late since I’ve been using this product for almost a year. Hear me out! I have such a huge backlog of products I need to review that this one just got lost in the shuffle. Well, here it is: my favorite Goodal product.
This fun little bubble peeling wash has some ingredients that other exfoliating washes don’t have. Yerba Mate, polyphenol, saponin, Green Tea Extract and vitamins that Goodal says will brighten, nourish, recharge and calm your skin.
Recharge and Nourish
Yerba Mate Extract (Ilex paraguariensis) is used in Goodal Bubble Peeling to nourish, restore and revitalize your skin. It contains vitamins like potassium, magnesium, and manganese. It also contains polyphenols, such as the flavonoids quercetin and rutin.
I am a fan of several skin brighteners in my face washes that contain Green Tea Extract. They always smell and clean the best. While I can’t single out Goodal Bubble Peeling as the sole reason for skin brightening, it does help me in that department.
Goodal Bubble Peeling is also great for dry skin. I get some pretty bad dryness due to my combination skin, so I exfoliate and moisturize as consistently as possible with this bubble foam. It’s a fun little product that foams about 2 minutes after application. It’s exfoliating power is gentle, too.
The above is one pump applied to skin. See those microbubbles?
This is what Goodal Bubble Peeling looks like after application and sitting undisturbed for 2 minutes. As you can see, bubbles started to form.
That’s what it looks like after rubbing with a dry fingertip. I suggest doing this in a circular motion as usual when you put this on your clean face. It works quickly after those 2 minutes – just massage for 15-20 seconds and you can rinse. Amazing.
My skin feels refreshed and super clean after using. The best part is it takes away any dry skin patches you may have. I suggest using this about 2-3 times a week throughout the year to keep your face nice and polished. You’ll notice it does help with brightening and calming, and the smell is really nice.
Have you tried this? Do you see yourself making it a staple of your routine too?
Directions for Goodal Bubble Peeling:
1. Cleanse and tone.
2. Apply to dry skin, let foam develop after about 2 minutes.
3. Wet fingertips and gently massage skin in a circular motion, about 15-20 seconds.
4. Rinse with warm water.
Tip: Use 1-2 times a week and follow with a sheet mask for best results.
Optional: follow up with Goodal Phytowash Yerba Mate Cleanser (review coming soon)