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Foams can add such wonderful textural nuance to certain foods. The frothy head of a pint of beer or a cup of cappuccino immerses our palates in rich flavour and texture. And let’s not forget the ultimate indulgence: shoving heaps of whipped cream into our mouths.

However, these foams don’t just heighten our culinary experience – they’re delightful to look at too. Some even resemble the foam that certain facial cleansers produce, and sometimes, we can’t even tell them apart. To put this to the test, we came up with a fun little quiz for the Daily Vanity team to see if they could distinguish the foam of food from the foam of the Freeplus Mild Soap A.

Spoiler alert: Eight out of 10 members on the team couldn’t get all the questions right! That’s because the cleanser lathers up to produce a foam that’s fluffy and dense, so it can be pretty indiscernible next to the foam of a beverage.

When used on your face, the foam glides on your skin to remove dirt, sebum, and pollutants without stripping your skin of moisture. You won’t find any traces of alcohol, fragrance, artificial colouring, parabens, and mineral oil on the ingredients list too, so it’s perfect for those with sensitive skin.

If you think you’ve got a keen eye for detail, take our quiz below to see if you can differentiate food from the cleanser!

Which foam is from food and which is from a cleanser?

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FreeplusFreeplus is a skincare brand which Kanebo Cosmetics released in 2001 for the sensitive skins and sensitive hearts of women after many years of researc...Read More