Hello, peeps! Our daily dose of skin care always includes a face wash which is the first step for our Cleansing-Toning-Moisturising routine. It cleans our face, removes all the dirt and sweat and makes us look fresh. I always have an inclination towards herbal face washes as these don’t do any harm to my skin. Patanjali is a brand that I trust as I haven’t faced any issues till date with their products. And so when I bought this Patanjali Face Wash for my mum, I was so game to try it myself too (though I have dry skin). Scroll down to know how I feel 🙂
What does Patanjali Face Wash Neem Tulsi claim:
Patanjali Face Wash Neem Tulsi is a soap-free herbal formulation. Its gentle cleansing action controls moisture and natural balance of the skin. Neem and Tulsi kill germs, while Honey and Aloe Vera moisturise and rejuvenate the skin tissues to make complexion fresh, smooth and beautiful. It also helps to prevent pimples. That makes this Patanjali face wash product great.
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How to use Patanjali Neem Tulsi Face Wash:
Apply on wet face, massage gently for 1 minute with water and then wash.
Patanjali Face Wash Ingredients:
Each 10 gm contains extract of
Aloe Vera- 50 mg
Neem– 5 mg
Tulsi- 5 mg
45 INR for 60 gm
The product comes in a white opaque plastic tube with a flip top cap which shuts very tightly with a click. The cap is so tight that sometimes I feel my nails will break while opening it 😛 All the information of the product required is clearly mentioned at the back of the product which is an advantage. The packaging is haulable and can be slipped into your handbag due to its compact size. Like the packaging which is simple yet thoughtful. 🙂
Consistency: The consistency of this face wash is gel-like which spreads really well on the skin.
Fragrance: One of the major issues I have with Patanjali products is their smell. They smell like artificial chemicals and the fragrance is too strong. Patanjali face wash smells really fake too which is really bothering.
Colour: The Patanjali Neem Tulsi Face Wash is greenish-yellow in colour.
My take on Patanjali Face Wash Neem Tulsi: Patanjali Neem Tulsi Face Wash is specially curated for oily skin beauties as it has a number of ingredients that cater to oily skin issues like no one else. This face wash has a gel-like consistency which doesn’t clog pores which are an added advantage for all oily skin divas. But for dry skin, this can be a little drying (as in my case 🙁 ) The artificial fragrance is really bothering but the absence of SLS and Parabens really makes up for it. Overall, for me a decent buy at a pocket-friendly rate!
Why do I like the Patanjali Face Wash -Neem Tulsi?
- Great for oily and combination skin beauties
- Haulable packaging
- Easily available
- No SLS or Paraben present
Why do I dislike the Patanjali Face Wash – Neem Tulsi?
- Too drying for dry skin
- Presence of chemicals
- Artificial smell and colour present
- Doesn’t prevent pimples
Recommendation and repurchase: This is a Patanjali face wash which is specially meant for oily to combination skin beauties and I am sure they will like it too. Dry skin peeps can skip it! I won’t be repurchasing it as I have dry skin.