Melvita Cleansing Foam


Evanhealy skincare has become the mainstay of my daily regimen, but I do like to change things up sometimes, especially with my cleansers. A few times a week I use Laventine’s Cleansing Facial Oil either on its own or before I use the evanhealy Rose Cleansing Milk. Other days I crave a foam cleanser, but hadn’t found one with all of the qualities I require: all natural ingredients, lovely scent, soothing lather and of course, efficacy.

I have Nathan Branch to thank for passing my name onto the folks at Melvita, as their Cleansing Foam matches my criteria. Well, almost. The Cleansing Foam is not 100% natural, but pretty darn close at 99.54% with 33.80% percent of the ingredients from organic farming. Those are numbers I can live with to experience a fabulously foamy cleanser.  Additionally, Melvita’s products do not contain parabens, DMDM hydantoin, phenoxyethanol, PEGs or phthalates.

After my Melvita Cleansing Foam arrived, it found its home in my shower, ready to go on those mornings when I’m in a hurry. And let’s face it, that’s most mornings. It’s incredibly fast and easy to use as the pump dispenses the product with little effort and a few pumps is plenty to create a luxurious lather. Aloe vera is the second ingredient which lends its soothing properties while blackcurrant fights off free radicals. I don’t see orange blossom on the ingredient list, but this cleanser has a very delicate citrusy floral scent that is noticeable but neither overwhelms nor lingers. I love it.

For more reviews on Melvita, check out Product Junkies Rehab for a review of Melvita’s Young Skin line, and their Frequent Wash Shampoo.

Melvita Cleansing Foam ia available at and skinbotanica. $19 for 1.7oz pump.

Posted by ~Trish

Disclosure: A sample was sent to me for consideration by Melvita. The opinions in this review are my own. I was not financially compensated for this review or any other.


8 thoughts on “Melvita Cleansing Foam

  1. Trish, I’m happy to hear about another Melvita product! I had a sample of an anti aging moisturizer I liked very much and vowed to find out more about the line. I thought I might replace my Lotus Moon Hibiscus Moisturizer with it, but I’m still in love with the LM, and it’s so reasonable priced, have you sampled it yet? All best, Q

    1. Wendy,
      I have not heard of Lotus Moon, thanks so much for the tip:-) Hope to sample their line someday.


  2. Oh, you liked, you liked! I’m happy to hear that. This is just about the only line I’ve used that my skin doesn’t rebel against. Needless to say, I stocked up. Their Apicosma cream cleanser is great for dry skin.

    1. Indeed I did like! Their foaming cleanser is so gentle, that it should be good for dry skin too. We’ll see how my skin likes it this winter. (fingers crossed!)

      Thanks again for sending them my way!

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