I have been using this Atopalm Real Barrier Cream Cleansing Foam for about 30 days and have formed a pretty good opinion on it, so here's my honest review. I received the product in exchange for an honest review from Amabie.
The first thing I did was test the pH of the cleanser with a pH strip because while my skin has been weirdly alright with most cleansers, I noticed that high pH cleansers tend to really strip my skin and exacerbates the condition of existing eczema patches. I'm gladly reporting that the pH of this is at a respectable 5-6, which I'm completely fine with. There's no tight sensation after cleansing, and no new breakouts. Yay. The cleanser does foam pretty well and I only need just a tiny bit of it to wash my face. I'm happy to report that I'm very pleased with it. It is a creamy cleanser and has a complex of ceramides that help protect and strengthen the skin barrier.
However, if compared to the Cosrx low pH cleanser that I've been using previously, it's not actually a mild as that. I really do hate the watery consistency of the Cosrx cleanser though, so I'll happily exchange this with the cosrx. ^^ The consistency is a lot more solid, as you can see and I think this will probably last a year based on how little I've used in the past 30 days.
As is with the Cosrx low pH cleanser, I find that I do have to double cleanse when using this cleanser in order to be safe, which is no trouble at all.
It is formulated without parabens, mineral oil or artificial fragrances. It does contain quite a lot of ingredients though, so if you know your skin reacts badly to some, it's best to patch test first. I've pretty much given up trying to guess how my skin would react to products based on ingredients list since my skin just decides to freak out for no reason.
Honestly, I'm quite pleased with this cleanser. This is comparable to the Cosrx cleanser with the advantage of not finishing in like, 2 months. =.=