Humanrace Rice Powder Cleanser Review
First, I started with the Rice Powder Cleanser ($32), which is packed with rice particles and fruit alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) to whisk away dirt while gently exfoliating the skin. I removed the screw cap, placed a dime-sized amount of powder into my hands, and mixed it with a little water. While this isn't my first rodeo with a rice powder cleanser — I've used Tacha's Rice Polish before — the one difference I noticed right off the bat was that it didn't lather as much as I wanted it to. The product is fragrance-free, and when I applied it to my face, it had a bit of a chalky smell. What I liked was that it didn't strip my skin of its natural moisture or make it feel tight, which was a nice feeling.
While I thought the product itself did what it promised, I wasn't in love with the lack of lather because I tend to like my cleansers a little more sudsy.