I didn't know what acerola was, but based on the image it looks like a cherry. After a quick Google search, I figured out it's a type of tropical cherry from Central and South America, as well as the tropics around the world. The sample is entirely in English, with the front stating that this is for all skin types and the back listing the ingredients. The Face Shop's webpage gives more detailed information on the product. Each flavor targets a specific need; acerola is suggested for whitening skin. The online descriptions states that this product is "a mild, natural cleanser, effective in cleansing and brightening." To use, rub on your face until the product is foamy, and rinse off.
The consistency is rather smooth and liquidy, making it easy to use. This cleanser has a slight pinkish hue that turns white as it's mixed. With lots of water, it easily foams. The amount pictured above is very abundant for washing the entire face.
- The mild, cleanliness scent isn't overpowering nor bothersome.
- My face feels and looks clean afterwards.
- It is very smooth and mild, making this cleanser gentle on the skin.
- This product seems too mild, and seems equivalent to using plain hand soap.
Overall, as a mild cleanser or for someone with sensitive or very healthy and normal skin, this isn't a bad product. Of course, I'd have to use this cleanser frequently until I can judge whether or not my skin has gotten brighter and whiter. In all honesty, I probably won't buy this product because it is too mild and the effects seem comparable to using an ordinary bar of soap.