Today, I am reviewing an oil-control face wash. I was in search of a face wash to control oil on my T-zone and this face wash claims to control oil and without any second thoughts, I bought this during my last visit to Superdrug. To know whether it works or not, read on.
Our Witch Oil Control Foaming Face Wash is a gentle foam that has a deep cleansing action to wash away excess oils and impurities. Now with an even better blend of mild and naturally derived cleansers, this product will leave your skin looking clear and healthy and smooth to the touch.
- Oil eliminating formula combats shine.
- Works from first use.
For clean, fresh feeling skin, simply wet your face, pump the foam into your hand and work across your face in circular movements. Rinse away either by splashing water onto the face or using cleansing pads or a flannel. If you are using these, be sure to clean them regularly to avoid the build up of bacteria that can cause spots and blemishes to appear.
Packaging and Price:
Comes in a big bottle with a pump dispenser.
3.95 GBP for 150 ml.
I bought mine from Superdrug here.
- Witch hazel extract: natural astringent, soothing and toning properties.
- Gentle cleansers: contains no SLS or SLES.
- Glycerin: conditions and hydrates skin.
My Opinion about Witch Naturally Clear Oil Control Foaming Face Wash:
First thing that I noticed about this product is the packaging. A big plastic bottle with a pump dispenser or nozzle. The formula is similar to L’Occitane Cleansing Foam. Its very smooth, foamy in texture and lathers well. It doesn’t have any unpleasant smell. I like anything which smells like tea tree, witch hazel, etc., so I like this too. It does a good job of removing impurities from my face. It is not at all harsh like other cleansers. This one removes light makeup. I have combination skin and this product worked for me. It didn’t make my skin dry, but I recommend this to combination as well as oily skin beauties.
For dry skin ladies, I don’t recommend this as I don’t know whether it dries out the skin area. It did control oil on my T-zone and I can’t comment really on its shine-controlling properties. It can be used as a mild cleansing foam which controls oiliness of the skin. For shine control, I had to use blotting papers in between my trip. However, I am happy to repurchase this. It almost does the same job as my L’Occitane Immortelle Cleansing Foam. This one gives soft, radiant skin soon after the wash, which will last for a while. This is overall a good product.
Pros of Witch Naturally Clear Oil Control Foaming Face Wash:
- Easily available at all Superdrug stores and Amazon.
- Controls oil and gently removes dirt, light makeup.
- Not harsh on the skin.
- Good fragrance.
- Lasts longer.
- Key ingredients are all acne-controlling ones, which help in preventing acne.
- Suitable for sensitive skin people too (I have sensitive skin and it worked for me).
- Gives a healthier glow after face wash.
Cons of Witch Naturally Clear Oil Control Foaming Face Wash:
- I didn’t notice any shine control.
- May not be good for dry skin people.
Will I Repurchase Witch Naturally Clear Oil Control Foaming Face Wash?
Yes, I will.
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