According to the description on Sasa, this is what the Suisai powder claims it will do: Kanebo’s Suisai Beauty Clear Powder is a cleansing powder that containing 2 enzymes to: help exfoliate and remove pore-clogging dead skin cells and excess sebum to prevent acne. It gently cleanse face while preventing moisture loss. It makes your skin smoother and pore-less. There is 1 active ingredient: Dipotassium Glycyrrhizinate. It also features Hyaluronic acid, Lactic Acid, and Fermented Soy Milk extract. I recommend going to COSDNA.com to check out the full ingredient list if you’re interested. The Suisai powder is a gentle cleanser that is suitable for sensitive skin like myself. It is fragrance free and it doesn’t contain any artificial coloring. It can also remove most traces of makeup.
How to use: Empty 1 capsule into your palm and add a small amount of warm water. Use both hands to lather the powder into a small milky foam. Apply the foam to your face (try and focus the oily areas first and then move on to the rest of your face). Rinse off with warm water and continue with your beauty routine.
Where to find: The normal packaging can be found in most drugstores in Japan. However, the Disney edition will only be available for a short time and in a limited quantity in Japan. There is no announcement of when they will stop releasing the Disney edition as of now.
Recommendation: The Suisai powder is a great gentle cleanser. However, it is on the expensive side ($$) compared to other facial cleansers ($) out on the market. I would recommend using this for during vacations or as a quick cleanser after a gym workout. If you want to incorporate this into your beauty routine, I would recommend using it 2 to 3 times per week.