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By Wishtrend Green Tea and Enzyme Powder Wash Review – Is This Real or Yet Another Shady Product In The Market?

Product: By Wishtrend Green Tea and Enzyme Powder Wash      By-Wishtrend-Green-Tea-and-Enzyme-Powder-Wash-Review.

Price: $22.00 retail)

Where to Buy: wishtrend.com

Size of Container: 70 g

My Rating: 8.5 out of 10

Customer’s Rating: 9.5 out of 10

Recommendation: Highly recommended

Experience with the product: 6 Months experience

Product Test: PH Tested and Approved By Wish Medical Team

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Do you feel like you are spending too much on your skin care routine and not getting the expected result?

Have you been having problems with finding the right exfoliating product without irritation?

Have you been having problems finding the right gentle cleanser with a moisturizing finish?

Do you think you need something that will cut down on your skin care budget yet give you even better than the expected result?

 

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Disclaimer: –

I am not a beauty guru, skin doctor, expert or any of such. This product was bought with my own money with the intention to review it on my blog because I only recommend products I have tested and approved, and I believe will be good for my audience as well and I am not being paid to write this review. Every thoughts and impression on this review, are all mine unless stated otherwise. While This product might or might not have worked for me, it might or might not work for you as well. Because your mileage may vary.

(YMMV)

Note: –

This post contains affiliate links, if you make any purchase through any of those links, I earn a little commission which goes back into the blog for more work. But if you do not feel comfortable using any of those links, that’s completely fine by me.

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In fact, permit to tell you that the reason I decided to do this By Wishtrend Green Tea and Enzyme Powder Wash Review is because of the reaction I got for the first time I tried it out in my routine.

 

It was actually recommended to me by a friend and after giving it a try, I was so excited about it so I decided to share this information to help others out. It is not a professional review but a review based on my experience.

 

I’ve used enzyme products only about once before and it was a similar product. It was also a wash product and what makes this wash so interesting is that it is in powder form.

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So, when you are using it, it’s like you are washing your face with powder but it’s not as crazy sounding as you may think.

Basically, it is a preserved product. The reason why it’s in powder form is that it’s keeping the ingredients in a preserved and an inactive state.

 

Then what you do is, you simply add water to the powder in the palm of your hand or on the sponge of your choice for cleansing and it instantly activates the enzymes within this product.

 

The Inside Out Of The Cleanser

The product is a mild cleansing powder that can be used on a daily basis. It consists of baking powder, coconut-derived surfactant and enzymes.

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It is also good at controlling blackheads while hydrating. Because it is a low irritant cleanser, that makes suitable for sensitive skin type. With that being said, it is also good for exfoliating the skin.

 

Exfoliation is usually not advisable to be done on a daily basis but you can exfoliate with this powder wash on a daily basis without any effect.

 

Recommended for: –

  • For all skin types, especially for acne-prone skin.
  • For those who prefer a gentle cleanser with a moisturizing finish.
  • For those who want an exfoliating product without the irritation.
  • A good cleanser that can gently exfoliate sensitive skin without the irritations of a scrub or a chemical exfoliant.
  • Blemish prone skin
  • Aging skin with hyperpigmentation
  • Fine lines and wrinkles.

 

The Green Tea contains in it, is a powerful antioxidant and is rich in vitamin A, C, and E.

The relaxing effect from the comforting fragrance makes it a popular ingredient in K-beauty for calming and improving the skin tone.

 

Why Is It Call an Enzyme Cleanser?

It is called ENZYME CLEANSER because it is a cleansing foam and an exfoliator at the same time. A fine leaf that has been transformed into a soft powder. Once water is added, it foams and provides a deep, yet gently cleanse and exfoliates.

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Collection of enzymes work together to help with the following: –

  • loosen the conjunction between dead skin cells,
  • Peel off-dry and rough skin,
  • Removes make up,
  • Reduces excess sebum from the pores,
  • Reduce swelling,
  • Reduces tenderness,
  • Reduces redness and pain, Anti-inflammation,
  • Leaves the skin smooth and revitalized after cleansing.

 

Enzymes are a good replacement for facial scrubs and microdermabrasion out there. Which are products that are too harsh for the skin and can exacerbate the skin issue you thought the product was going to help resolve?

 

Enzymes also help to break down the upper layer of the skin which contains dead skin cells and cleaning them away. The process of breaking down keratin leaves your skin smooth and silkier.

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Some of the best enzyme fruits you can find out there:-

  • Papaya
  • Blueberry
  • Pineapple

 

Ingredients

Before you purchase any skin care product out there, make sure you check the ingredient before you go ahead and buy.

The cleanser contains the following ingredient: –

  • Sodium Bicarbonate,
  • Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate,
  • Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate,
  • Zea Mays (Corn) Starch,
  • (2%) Camellia Sinensis Leaf Powder, (Green Tea)
  • Lysine HCL,
  • Proline,
  • Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate,
  • Acetyl Methionine,
  • Theanine, Carica Papaya (Papaya) Fruit Extract,
  • Sorbitol,
  • Papain,
  • Betaine,
  • Cellulose Gum,
  • Citric Acid,
  • Sodium Hyaluronate

 

Sodium Bicarbonate: – Just to mention a few, Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), can be a controversial ingredient in various cleansing products out there.

 

So, I just raised an eyebrow at this ingredient because I do know how certain quarters of the skincare community feel about baking soda.

Actually, baking soda is an alkaline ingredient, it’s pH level is 9, but it also contains citric acid and a pH adjuster. Baking soda is antiseptic and will kill those bad bacteria on the skin.

 

Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate: – Sodium lauroyl glutamate which is plant-derived, is a gentle surfactant made from both amino acid and fatty acids and will leave your skin soft and smooth.

 

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate: – This is a fatty acid; it is also a coconut derived surfactant. It helps to solubilize oils and allowing water to mix with oil and dirt.

 

Green Tea Leaf Powder: – It contains 2% green tea leaf powder. This allows for some physical exfoliation together with the baking soda, it is a rich source of antioxidants, polyphenols, and tannins. These rich properties of it provide soothing care against irritation and swelling.

There is one thing i have to make clear here. Green tea is an ingredient found in most skin care products out there due to its many benefits for the skin including its anti-aging properties. But the thing is, it does not go by the name GREEN TEA on all these products, some companies adopt the Latin name for green tea which is CAMELLIA SINENSIS. So, if you look at the ingredient list of the powder wash in this review you will find green tea by that name and not GREEN TEA as you already know.

 

This cleanser also contains some anti-oxidant amino acids with water binding properties which act as moisturizers in this formula.

These properties are: –

  • Lysine HCL,
  • Proline,
  • Acetylmethionine,
  • Theanine, theanine is an amino acid from green tea.

 

Papaya: – Papaya is an ingredient that contains an enzyme called papain. Papain has some anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits.

 

Papain will exfoliate your skin chemically without irritation by gently loosening dead skin cells and removing them from your skin, making your skin smooth, vibrant and healthy.

 

Papain also has the ability to solves a variety of skin issues such as: –

  • acne,
  • dry skin,
  • premature aging,

while giving good care to the pore and sebum.

 

Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate: – Sodium ascorbyl phosphate is a very stable and water-soluble derivative of vitamin C. This helps brighten the skin tone.

 

Humectants Sorbitol and Sodium Hyaluronate: – This ingredient makes sure that the skin is properly hydrated.

 

How To Use It:-

For the best result, you need to follow the steps bellow!!!

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  • When you take off your make up, don’t wet your face before cleansing.

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  • Pour a little quantity of the powder in your hand. You do not need much, just a little is enough to do the magic.

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  • Mix a little bit of lukwarm water and rub hands to bubble.

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  •  Cleanse eye make-up, cleanse lip make-up first, then cleanse away base make-up.
  • If you use waterproof make-up, use eye, and lip make-up remover before cleansing
  • Rinse off with lukwarm water and cleanse for the second time
  • Then for the last time, rinse off with same lukwarm water.

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The final result!!!

 

CAUTION: –

It is practically unadvisable to use enzyme cleansers as a second cleansing/foaming cleanser step.

Do not use this cleanser along with another skin care product with exfoliating effects such as: –

  • Retinol,
  • High concentration vitamin C,
  • AHA/BHA, etc.

 

I have personally used this cleanser with other acids with no side effects, but since we are not the same, you have to know your skin before using other exfoliating products.

 

And ALWAYS and I mean ALWAYS wear your sunscreen.

 

What I Like About This Cleanser.

This product comes in a matcha-green colored plastic squat 70-gram bottle. It has a flip top cap. The matcha-green colored grains are well milled and it smells like matcha.

 

The bottle size makes it travel-friendly and you know what, just a small quantity of the cleanser is enough to work its magic.

From a mere visual experience, you can see the quantity of product you have used already from what you see left.

 

This cleanser is the nicest scented enzyme powder cleanser I have ever used. Sometimes I feel like I should just make a cup of matcha instead of putting it on my face!

 

If I must say this, the cleanser does not cause any stinging or irritation (like I said before) on my skin and when I rinse it off, my skin does not feel dry or stripped per se.

 

It rather feels like I just put on a thin layer of emulsion on my skin. Not only does my skin feel smooth, it feels moisturized as well.

In fact, I feel a protective barrier of lipids on my skin and the cleanser is oily and greasy. Whenever I use it my skin is quite clean and the light moisturized feeling I get is actually quite nice and I enjoy it.

 

I feel sometimes like, this is not just a cleanser, but also a natural oil on my skin. One thing that thrills me about this cleanser is that the producer does take into consideration the pH level of the water you use.

 

At home, I got a pH level of 8 and for that reason, I personally do not find that to be high or bad, as the results on my skin are positive enough.

 

What I Don’t Like About The Product.

This first thing that got me jittery about this cleanser is the fact that, though the bottle size is nicely small and very portable, the quantity of the product is just about 40% compared to the size of the bottle.

 

It seemed to me like a waste or a deceitful step to attract clients. I don’t know how you see it.

It could create some uncomfortable skin issues if the caution of it is not kept or followed.

 

Conclusion: –

The by Wishtrend Green Tea and Enzyme Powder Wash is a good and solid enzyme cleanser with a lovely and unique scent for a skincare product.

 

The grains are all small and not rough, really nice ingredients and it foams up well enough, with good exfoliation.

I enjoy the fact that after using this cleanser, my skin feels clean and moisturized and it is a good skin smoother.

 

Though not as smooth as (the Naruko’s defunct Raw Job’s Tears Supercritical CO2 Pore-Minimizing & Brightening Wash Powder) oh yeah! I won’t miss spelling out its full name!

 

Wishtrend recommends that people with sensitive skin type, should use this cleanser 2 to 3 times weekly, but as I do not have sensitive skin, I have been using it daily during the last 2 weeks.

 

Have you tried this cleanser yet? Are you interested in trying it?

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Well, I hope this was able to help, and if you have any question any contribution to, do leave a message at the comment section and I will be very glad to help.

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9 thoughts on “By Wishtrend Green Tea and Enzyme Powder Wash Review – Is This Real or Yet Another Shady Product In The Market?

  1. Thank you for breaking down the ingredients and what they do. Seeing those names on listed is off-putting because it makes you think that it is more chemical and harmful if you are not sure what they do to the skin.

    1. Hi Shamane, thank you for taking the time to go through my post.
      As a matter of fact, my blog is my job so, I take time to bring out quality for my readers and clients as well.
      Once again, thank you very much.

  2. Two questions that popped into my mind that I didn’t see an answer for:

    1. Does green tea contain the enzymes or is it just a marketing trick to make the product more desirable (and pricier)? Just like with chocolate, honey, etc. products. For some reason people like to buy skin care products they associate with delicious food. Go figure.

    2. Does the product contain xenoestrogens or other endocrine disruptors like phthalates or parabens? These compounds seem to be in almost every skincare product for some reason.

    1. Hello Jukka, sorry for the delay in response. Havn’t been around in days just got back. Green tea is an ingredient found in most skin care products out there due to its many benefits for the skin including its anti-aging properties. But the thing is, it does not go by the name green tea on all these products, some adopt the Latin name for green tea which is CAMELLIA SINENSIS. So, if you look at the ingredient list of the powder wash in this review you will find green tea by that name and not GREEN TEA as you already know. That is where most people get confused and I think I will have to go back and include that point in my post to get that out of the way.
      Next, about the endocrine disruptor. The product checklist already says PARABEN FREE meaning the product does not contain anything like such.

      I hope I was able to help. Let me know.
      Thank you.

  3. Eric, I’ve just finished reading your detailed review of the powder wash. I found it informative and helpful. I like how descriptive you are and I agree that it seems to be a good product. After all, it has coconut and tea leaves in it – why not? Thanks for this helpful review.

    1. You are very correct Shirley. Blogging is all about sharing helpful information so, I do my best to bring out all the facts about what I am writing about to enable my readers to get the best understanding of the topic.

  4. Hi Eric!
    It seems to be a helpful product. We never use a powder cleanser, thus it was interesting to read your article. I am sure many people will have a benefit from it.

    I know how such preparations are important for the skin if the quality is great. A lot of chemics is included in them, so finding the right one can be a tedious task. Your cleanser proposal seems to be a great alternative to the liquid cleansers.

    I like the breaking down of every important aspect of the product. Well done!

    I wish you great success with your cleanser.

    Best regards,
    Igor

    1. Igor, I appreciate your contribution. With the rate of beauty struggles going out there, there is a lot of skin care errors, skin care myths and misunderstanding about skin care products and their application. Like I mentioned in the review, I am not an expert or a dermatologist. My information is based on thorough research and cross-examination. So, I make sure I break everything down in detail so that my audience get the right information and understanding on what actually the product is.

  5. Hi, This is a very informative, analytical post, giving pros and cons of the product. I will make my wife aware of this product as she may be interested, Alan.

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