The product’s dispenser is easy to use; just depress the pump once with the index finger of one hand to disperse some product into the palm of your other hand. The foam pump doses out a Goldilocks amount of foam – not too much, not too little, but “just right.” Next, work the foam into more of a lather by rubbing it between your hands. From here, you can apply it directly to your face and work it in just as you would with any soap suds, or alternatively, you can apply it to your face and scrub it in gently with a terry cloth towel.
Interestingly, the aromatics and the feel of the Precious Cleansing Foam are slightly divergent. The scent is very light and subtle, with subdued floral notes. The scent does not really stay with you – especially if you’re using it in the morning, because the travails of the day will soon neutralize most of your cleansing endeavors. On the other hand, the feeling of the product on your face is a bit heavier. Not in a greasy way, but it lingers on your face a bit longer than your average bar soap or liquid soap.
Last but not least, using the Precious Cleansing Foam is a pleasant and soothing experience. Don’t worry, we’re not going all new age on you here – no healing crystals or anything. The aromatics and the feel of the product on the face just combine to provide you with a brief but welcome moment of decompression from your busy day.
So what’s the damage if you want to get yourself all foamy? Street value of the Precious Cleansing Foam is $28 for a 5.1 oz container. (Note – this product also comes in a convenient 1.7-oz size for travel; that version costs $11.50.) It lasts quite a while if you use only one pump per cleansing, as we recommend. And some quick Man-math will tell you that a container will last twice as long if you use it once a day, instead of twice daily, as the product’s label recommends. We suggest using it only at night, before beddie-bye time.