Review – Witch Gentle Exfoliating Face Wash


The Witch Skincare Gentle Exfoliating Face Wash is formulated with witch hazel extract- a natural astringent with soothing and toning properties. It uses rice powder to naturally exfoliate and has willow bark extract (a natural antiseptic) to target and prevent blemishes.

I’ve always been intrigued by products containing witch hazel – it’s a name thing as well as sounding a bit magical! So when I got to hear more about the Witch Skincare brand at the Pegasus Healthy Beauty Forum I felt it was time to give it a try and find out what it was all about.

If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know that I double cleanse using a product designed to remove make-up first and then following up with a cleansing product to make sure my skin is really clean. So for the last few days I’ve been using the Witch Gentle Exfoliating Face Wash for the second step of my cleansing routine.

I squidge a generous blob of the face wash onto a hot muslin or flannel and rub my face with it in circular motions and then rinse the cloth and repeat the excercise to make sure all of the product is removed.

It’s been making my skin feel super clean and fresh. For my skin type, which is combination, I do find that  my skin can feel a little dry but my routine always involves toning and moisturising too so I don’t need to worry too much about this.

I love the colour of the product and packaging and that you can see through the tube to see how much product is left. It’s really good value for money at only £3.49 for 150ml and is currently on offer here for £2.29. Why not give it a go and let me know what you think?


This product was gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and not prescribed. This post contains affiliate links.


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