Witch Oil Control Foaming Face Wash isn't the type of product which I'd ever have tried had it not been sent to me for review. I tend to avoid foaming cleansers, preferring to use oils and balms to balance my acne-prone, combination skin. I also try to avoid skincare products which contain alcohol (as this does), although I'm admittedly not strict about this.
Witch Oil Control Foaming Face Wash is described as having a deep cleansing action to wash away excess oils and impurities. It contains mild and naturally derived cleansers to leave skin looking clear, healthy and smooth to the touch.
The bright turquoise packaging is on brand and would stand out on a crowded drugstore shop shelf. The directions were clear and easy to follow and I appreciated the functionality of the pump dispenser, which releases just the right amount of product, without wastage. One downside of the packaging is that the opaque plastic bottle meant that it was difficult to tell how much product was remaining.
The pump dispenser releases a soft foam which I found easy to work into skin. It has an inoffensive, fresh scent. The foam rinsed away easily, leaving no residue but my skin was left feeling squeaky clean (a feeling I don't like).
I found it frustrating that the product can't be used around the eye area and that I had to use a separate eye makeup remover, as I personally prefer the convenience of all-in-one products.
Following use, my skin felt soft but didn't feel stripped or tight although I still needed to moisturise.
Witch Oil Control Foaming Face Wash costs £3.99 for 150ml.