Best Pick: DETclear Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash

Best Pick DETclear Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash

You may have read my review on the Biore Skin Care Facial Foam (Acne Care) which has a nice, lightweight foamy texture that leaves skin refreshed but not stripped; the DETclear Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash is of a similar ilk — albeit a different form. It’s a foaming powder that you add water to work into a lather, that lifts dirt and dead skin cells to leaves the skin thoroughly cleansed and smooth.

Unlike regular face wash, there is a learning curve with powder; you can’t haphazardly dump it in your palm (or sneeze), or it’ll go flying everywhere. You definitely don’t want to drop the bottle with the cap still open — although its opening is narrow enough to thwart major spillage! What this is great for, though, is skin that is normal to combination, congested, and dull. It contains papaya enzyme (papain), AHA (malic acid), and BHA which are all very effective natural exfoliating agents, helping to loosen and slough off pore-clogging, skin-dulling dead skin cells. It’s thoroughly cleansing and skin-renewing yet non-stripping so a good option for anyone who wants very gentle (yet effective) daily exfoliation that’s non-abrasive.

I prefer to pour the powder (I use about a quarter-sized amount) into dripping wet palm that has a small pool of water in it, then lather it up with a wet foaming net — the wetness prevents the powder from flying off and the foaming net greatly enhances its lather.

Best Pick DETclear Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash close-ups

I would say that I still prefer cleansing foams over powders simply because they are more convenient, but the Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash is an excellent choice for a night cleanser and for an exfoliating kind of cleanser. Its powder formula also make its super handy for travelling light (if you decant it into a small Ziplock bag) — just be sure to clearly label it!

You can find the DETclear Bright & Peel Fruits Enzyme Powder Wash at Amazon Japan for ¥709.

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RocMarci
RocMarci
5 years ago

I really like this product, it’s very economical and not harsh. But if I don’t shave my beard with a razor every 3-5 days I get bumps/clogged pores/(sometimes ingrown hair post-shaving) etc. so if I would be thinking about buying a beard trimmer I would definitely need a stronger exfoliation for my neck/beard area – what is your opinion on Electric facial cleansers/brushes (I know you’re not fond of physical exfoliators on the face area but the skin is thicker on beard/neck area)? I also own Awayuki exfoliating wash cloth/towel for body areas but that’s probably even more irritating for… Read more »

RocMarci
RocMarci
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Interesting. I assume that “Men” version is just a marketing thing and the “Mini” version can do it’s job, right? 🙂 Also not sure about the anti-aging mode, but for now I don’t think I need to be bothered with that kind of problems heh. Thank you for your response.

RocMarci
RocMarci
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Interesting. I assume that “Men” version is just a marketing thing and the “Mini” version can do it’s job, right? 🙂 Also not sure about the anti-aging mode, but for now I don’t think I need to be bothered with that kind of problems heh. Thank you for your response.

RocMarci
RocMarci
3 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Didn’t notice that pre-lotion serum booster from this same company, seems like the powder is not exfoliating enough unless I leave it on for a couple of minutes but then Im forced to apply a lot of serum+moisturizer otherwise the skin feels tight/dehydrated, will probably try the pre-lotion as it is cheaper and also similar quantity to Neostrata solution 2, but I feel the latter will leave me with the same tight feeling due to high BHA %, do you remember if the pre-lotion is milder?

Rebecca
Rebecca
6 years ago

Hey Ratzilla. Would like to ask if this powder wash available in convenience or drug stores in Japan? Will be travelling there soon. Thought of giving it a try. Thanks!

Sarah
Sarah
6 years ago

Can you please post a link on Rakuten where we may buy the wet foaming net? Thanks.

Sarah
Sarah
6 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thanks! I’ll try Mujij as there’s a store nearby.

yob
yob
6 years ago

is it okay to use this powder wash everyday, then DETclear Fruits Peeling Jelly once a week? or would i be overdosing my skin with AHA and BHA with that routine?

yob
yob
6 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

okay, maybe the powder wash is worth the try.(^_^) i have been reading your product reviews recently and your “worst picks” are …interesting, as some of them work wonders on most women (based on other reviews), haha. i might refer to your reviews more often now. because i also tried some of the ‘holy grail’ stuff out there but didn’t work on me. my skin is so stubborn. lol! please also post reviews on body washes and body moisturisers if possible.=)

Cedric
Cedric
6 years ago

Can you tell the difference with Kanebo Suisai Beauty Clear Powder and FANCL Facial Washing Powder?

2cats
2cats
6 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Hmmm… I have tried both Suisai Beauty Powder and DET, and I must say I prefer DETclear. Maybe it’s my skin, but Suisai did absolutely nothing out of the ordinary. Just a solid average cleanser. DET packed a punch and made my face look great. It took time getting used to it, just like you said. At first I could not get it to foam properly and wasted loads of powder. I also use the gel peel from DET, and I must say that I prefer it to the peel from House of Rose – it’s gentler and softer and… Read more »

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