Dewytree 7 Cut Clean Healthy Cleansing Foam Review:
I have recently fallen into like with more natural and flowery brands, so then I thought I should take a break and go back to my dermatological brands for a while. Because in my case the dermatological and natural skin care work the best when used hand in hand.
And since I’m using a lot of herbal stuff lately, I thought my cleanser (since it’s one of my favorite skin care steps) should go back to dermatological. I had used The Clean Lab AC DEW FOAM Cleanser from this brand and loved it, and since I already had it at home I thought it was about time for a skin-premiere. Especially since Dewytree 7 cut is becoming gradually more popular!
– A pH-balanced (~4.5 to ~6.5) cleansing foam that nourishes sensitive skin.
– Cleanses to gently remove dirt and impurities.
– Maintains skin’s natural moisture balance.
– Formulated with antibacterial tea tree oil to soothe, relieve, and condition troubled skin.
– Ideal for oily, combination, and sensitive skin types.
7 cut is:
No Mineral Oil
No Synthetic Colorant
No Synthetic Fragrance
Purified Water, Laureth-1 Phosphate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Potassium Lauryl Phosphate, Dipropylene Glycol, Glycerin, Ppg-12, Potassium Phosphate, Peg-120 Methyl Glucoside Diolate, Tea Tree Leaf Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Lavender Oil, Tea Tree Leaf Oil, Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Geranium Oil, Rosemary Leaf Oil, Peppermint Oil, Sage Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Disodium Iodide, Acrylate / C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Benzoate, Butylene Glycol, Caprylic Glycol, 1,2-hexanediol, Fennel Extract
How to use:
At the time to wash your face, be it in the morning or at night, apply lukewarm water to your face and then apply the product and scrub the skin gently.
My Skin Type:
Oily T, dry U, sensitive, blemishes easily, and allergic. Currently irritated by the dry winter.
Dewytree 7 Cut Clean Healthy Cleansing Foam Review:
Just like the first cleanser I tried of this brand, this one too has cute little imprinted things (this time in green) in the inside of the package. Although it’s a waste of ink it does make it 3 times cuter!
They do promise that it’s good for sensitive skins and they do claim in very big letters that it was dermatologically tested.
Also this is the right time to mention the design. Whereas in the previous cleanser I tried it was “okay” and pink (pink makes me feel like it’s good skincare for some reason) this one is simple and white, making it more attractive as a design. And also makes it look more “clean” which does match the concept of the collection.
Before opening of course there was a protection of some sort, and so I decided to show it to you. Nothing special but, you know, extra photo for you to see.
Sorry for my hairy hand haha. But on to the review. The cleansing foam looks like those creams that are a mixture of cream and gel, and the texture is also sort of like those creams.
I tried several different amounts of the cleanser and figured this is about the right amount. Also, it’s dense but relatively liquid in the way that it just comes out of the package very easily.
As you can see, that amount of cleanser covers (more than) all my hand and it doesn’t foam much. I mention this because some people only feel clean when their cleansers… foam. Which is why Dewytree generally sells this baby with a bubble maker. Which I didn’t get when I bought it… mea culpa. Regardless, I have another bubble maker, but I don’t care about the bubbles because being clean isn’t regarding bubbles.
Before showing you the results I want to write about everything else regarding the foam.
So, I have been using it for a little over one month. Thanks to my inability to regulate the amount of cleanser at first I wasted a lot of it. The cleanser honestly doesn’t have the most pleasant smell. It smells like medicine and it’s kind of strong in a way, but not as strong as a soap of course.
The cleanser cleans terribly well but unfortunately it also makes my skin feel a little stripped of its moisture. Not too much, not to the level of squeaky clean, but I do wish it wasn’t this strong. The skin doesn’t feel dry afterwards, just not moist either. If I have to give examples of foam and mousse cleansers that let my skin feel almost as moist as before but still clean it, then Etude House Soon Jung Whip Cleanser, Elizavecca 24k, and Dewytree AC Dew Foam Cleanser.
So, up to here I must say the cleanser is completely average. But let’s look at the results.
There is a significant reduction in the dirt in the pores, as you can see on the nose photo. You can also see in the bottom photo, however, that the skin needs more moisture after using this foam. In the long term it does clean the impurities of the skin.
In the dry season, combination skins might want to avoid this, but otherwise both them and oily skins can use this without worrying about sensitiveness.
So, it is an average cleanser, but it effectively cleans the pores and impurities in the skin, which might be something to keep in mind if you live in the city.
I personally won’t repurchase it because my pores haven’t been that bad recently, but if pores are a concern and your skin doesn’t suffer from dryness… maybe give this a shot!
Where to buy:
Have you tried Dewytree 7 Cut Clean Healthy Cleansing Foam?
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