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I’ve used several face washes that left me dissatisfied, but I had high hopes for this product because I’ve been impressed in the past with other items from Dove. This one, however, ended up being a letdown by not delivering what is promised.
As a cleanser, this does a fairly good job. Although the consistency is slightly soap-like, it doesn’t create many bubbles or leave an oily feeling on your face after use. I could have done without the slight fragrance, but it did make me face feel refreshed after use. The biggest disappointment came about half an hour after use, when my face started to feel dry and tight, much more than it had previous to even using the product. For a product designed to hydrate dry skin, I found it had the opposite effect.
My experience doesn’t seem typical when reading other reviews, and I don’t want to slam this product despite my dissatisfaction. Dove is a good brand, and hopefully others who choose to try this product will have a better outcome.
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Unlike most conventional “tube soaps” Dove has a consistency very much like lather from the bar. The consistency is much like lotion, and the texture is a little bit like Clearasil. It is nothing like the neon translucent body washes of today.
I use it in the shower, it has a nice smooth and light feel to it… it’s not “heavy” like other gel soaps tend to be. As I said before, it is pretty much a lathered form of the Dove bar soap so you are pretty much getting the same feel with this soap, just skipping a step. Though, it is much easier to use than bar soap (I haven’t used bar soap in years).
The scent seemed a bit overwhelming at first, being as strong (albeit different) than say Old Spice or Axe. It doesn’t smell like typical Dove soap, but has more of a cologne-esque scent. Not a bad smell, and doesn’t linger for very long, but initially quite a punch. I do prefer this facewash to most I have tried… it is a nice more mellow alternative to the douchey (no pun) washes that are out there these days.
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