Patanjali Orange Aloe Vera Face Wash Review
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Some of my blog visitors are under a wrong perception that happiestladies and patanjali have some legal tie up and query me about patanjali products delivery :). My regular readers and my blogging friends know the truth that I am a fan of patanjali, Made in Bharath and a normal customer of the brand. Who would not love to try herbal skin care products that too in such an affordable price? The face wash was released long back with different flavours and I am really late in trying it. Out of different variants I choose the orange and aloe vera face wash. Go through the details, you will love it.
Rs 45 for 60g
Package: Sturdy compact tube with a flip cap for the products usage. The fibrous tube is travel friendly and has no leakage issues. The tube shows the pictures of its herbal ingredients like orange peels, aloe and neem tulsi extracts.
Nature: The face wash is thick consistent and appears differently from the other brands. The texture is so creamy and non dripping that be very careful you might be confused with the face cream. A pea size of the quantity is sufficient for the face wash. It does not form bubbles in your palm rather it stands still like a paste. Even when you apply on your wet face it more looks like a slippery cream than a washing agent. But when it comes to foaming, it lathers well with water and can be washed away easily.
Now about its performance over skin, it cleanses greatly making skin whiten up and feel fresh. The bright radiant skin lasts for quite long making them dirt free. Almost all face washes claims to be glowing and dirt free, but comparatively the rate of whitening up of skin is greater in this product. The major issue to be pondered is I felt a light starvation of moisturiser to my skin. Not much to complaint on drying, but I had a tightening over chin and lips. It can be easily overcome by a moisturiser and the strange part is the glowing effect of the face wash retains even after the moisturiser. Do not apply more of the product; this might dry to a greater extent.
Herbal extracts seems to be true as there is no experience of any allergies. Even though it dried my skin, I do not want to discard it. I made it up with the moisturiser and conceived all the good results of patanjali face wash. For oily skin this is an excellent choice which even prevents acne and may be for all skin types in summers.
Fragrance: The fragrance is mild and lingers for long. I did not find a match with fruity orange or any other ingredients of it.
Pros of Patanjali Orange Aloe Vera Face Wash:
- Cleanses making skin dirt and oil free.
- Brightens up facial skin greatly.
- Filled with herbal extracts.
- Standard non leaky tube
- Travel friendly
- Available in all Patanjali stores.
Cons of Patanjali Orange Aloe Vera Face Wash:
- Dries skin making a need of moisturiser
Recommendation: Oily skins are lucky to use it without any modification, but dry skin along with a moisturizer. But considering its excellent glowing effect I would like to repurchase the product.