[Review] ByWishTrend, Green Tea & Enzyme Powder Wash
This product was sent to me by Wishtrend for review purposes. I was not paid for this post but please note that affiliate links are used on my blog.
It’s finally the weekend and one of my favorite Korean brands has just launched a new product that I will review today:
Where to buy
However, as a special launch promotion, you can now buy it at a 20% off (USD$17.60) or save up at 30% on the special sets. This promotion ends soon, so if you’re interested, get on it!
Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Powder(2%), Lysine HCL, Proline, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Acetyl Methionine, Theanine, Carica Papaya (Papaya) Fruit Extract, Sorbitol, Papain, Betaine, Cellulose Gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Hyaluronat
- Low-acid moisturizing cleanser + refreshing scrub = green tea powder wash
- For all skin types (esp. good for oily & acne-prone skin) Baking soda + coconut derived surfactant + enzyme
- >moisturizing without pulling or tightening & blackhead car
green tea, papain, sodium bicarbonate, sodium lauroyl glutamate, sodium cocoyl isethionate
– Green tea powder
- A powerful antioxidant rich in vitamins such as vitamin A, C, and E.
- Relaxing effect with the characteristic, comforting fragrance of green tea.
- Green tea cleansing is one of the Asian skin care tips for calming and improving skin tone.
- Eliminates proteolytic enzymes, old keratin, and skin wastes to improve the skin texture.
– Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda):
- Works as a soft and gentle scrub agent, excellent for blackhead and skin care.
– Amino acid surfactants
- A weakly acidic surfactant derived from coconut. Great skin-affinity and excellent moisture retention.
- Slightly acidic cleansing (pH 5.5)
- Blackhead care
- Gentle exfoliating
How to use
- Take an adequate amount into your hand and use a small amount of water to work up a lather.
- Adjust the frequency of use according to your skin type.
- For thin, sensitive skin, we recommend limiting use to 2-3 times a week.
- Do not use along with another skin care products that have exfoliating effects (retinol, high concentration vitamin C, AHA/BHA, etc.)
What do I think about the packaging?
I honestly do not like it a lot because the writing is a bit difficult to read and hurt my eyes a bit. If the green was just a bit darker or have the writing traced would be easier on the eye.
The bottle that contains the product is pastel green and in the same style of the box and plastic wrapped. I think this was plastic wrapped in order to prevent spilling powder afterwards.
To open the bottle you just flip it on one side and pour. There is no blocking system inside. You just pour as much powder as needed in your palm.
This contains 70 gr so this should last you at least two months if you use it twice a day.
What do I think about the powder?
Because this is a green tea product I was really curious if this would be scented or if the powder would be green.
And yes this powder smells like green tea but in my opinion not in a good way because I would like the scent to be more delicate since it is very strong.
How do I use it?
I use it in the morning to clean my face.
The best thing to do is to damp your face and pour some powder in the palm of your hand, I usually dry the hand where I pour the powder and keep my other hand damp and I lather that hand onto the powder until it becomes a mousse.
Then I apply it to my face doing a circular motion to exfoliate my skin and after a minute I rinse it of with lukewarm water.
Well… does it work?
Yes, it works perfectly because it makes my skin brighter and cleaner. My skin feels also a lot softer and not at all dry or oily.
Do I recommend it?
Despite I do not like the scent of this product, I will say that this product does what it claims to do and it is very good. I think that for this cheap price, it works amazingly! So yes, I recommend you this product!!