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DHC Face Wash Powder Review

I wasn't familiar with DHC products until a few months back when I first tried their Bio Cellulose Mask . DHC is one of Japan's mo...

I wasn't familiar with DHC products until a few months back when I first tried their Bio Cellulose Mask. DHC is one of Japan's most well known direct skincare companies providing beauty products including skincare, body care and make-up items. I recently received their reformulated Face Wash Powder and having never used a face wash powder earlier, I was very curious and fascinated. The DHC Face Wash Powder is a silky-soft powder which creates a micro-fine lather when water is added to it.

DHC Face Wash Powder Review

The powder contains soothing, hydrating botanicals and comes packaged in a flip-top, sturdy plastic container. It is very simple to use. Wet your face. Pour a small amount of the powder onto your palm and add some water. Work up a lather and gently massage into your face to cleanse away impurities. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.

The powder has a soft, non-gritty texture and is mildly exfoliating making it perfect for my sensitive skin. The face wash powder contains protease enzymes which help to dissolve amino acid bonds and dead skin cells on the surface thus providing mild exfoliation without stripping the skin of its natural pH. Liquorice and honey are also included in the product to soothe, soften and moisturise the skin.

DHC Face Wash Powder Review

I have sensitive, combination facial skin and the powder cleans my skin well without irritating or drying it. It leaves the skin smooth, soft and clean. But what I love the most about this product is its powder format. It's perfect for travel. No risk of leakages. And like all other DHC skincare products the powder is fragrance-free, paraben-free and suitable for sensitive skin. Overall, the face wash powder does its intended job well and I am happy with it.

Priced at £9.50 for 50g, the face wash powder is available online at

What do you think about this face wash powder from DHC? Is it something you would use? I would love to hear your thoughts.

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