I have been using DHC products for a couple of years now but I don't think I've ever talked about them before. I've tried countless of their skincare and makeup but funnily enough I don't I have ever tried they're start product, the Deep Cleansing oil.
I've finished both these products a few months ago and have just found these pictures on my laptop so I'll give you a quick opinion on them.
The Pore Cleansing Oil ¦ £25 here*, is a thick oil cleanser that removes makeup effortlessly and cleanses thorougly. It promises to reduce sebum production and pore size but honestly I didn't see any changes on that department. It can be used as both a evening or morning cleanse and it leaves the skin perfectly clean and balanced.
It contains several natural oils and no mineral oil which is a plus for my skin, and every skin for that matter. It doesn't clog pores and you can either rinse it off (it turns into a milk when mixes with water) or remove it with a warm flannel which is my favorite way of removing any cleanser.
I might give this another go but I have way too many cleansers on my backup drawer at the moment.
The Face Wash Powder ¦ £9.50 here*, is as the name says a washing powder, I rephrase that an exfoliating washing powder. You mix the powder with water until it lathers and then wash your face, preferably after using the cleansing oil as a part of a double cleanse.
This was my first washing powder but I really enjoyed using it, I do quite like foaming cleansers (there's something very satisfying about rubbing my face in foam) but I try to stay away from them as they tend to be a bit drying.
The DHC face wash powder is sulfate-free and contains hyluronic acid as well as protease enzymes which makes it a very mild, suitable for daily use, exfoliating cleanser. It's perfect for Summer but I especially enjoy using this during the winter as my second cleanse, every other day, as it helps to keep my face clear without any dry flakes.