Purifying Neem and Aloevera Face Wash : Review

Nature’s Essence Purifying Neem & Aloevera FaceI recently purchased Nature’s Essence Purifying Neem & Aloevera Face Wash and have been using it since last week.
The Details:
A soap free formulation, the chief ingredients in it are, Aloevera, Neem and turmeric. Neem is a known source for eliminating problem-inducing bacteria, Aloevera is an excellent moisture balance maintainer and Turmeric with its anti-bacterial properties keeps pimples at bay.
What it claims:
Prevents acne and pimples and deep cleanses all impurities from the pores. Everyday use advised for clear acne/pimple free skin with dew like freshness and softness. Suitable for all skin types.
Moisten face, apply few drops of the face wash and work up lather with a circular motion. Wash off and pat dry. Use twice a day and follow it up with a lotion.
My experience:
It’s a nice one, not at all harsh but very gentle on my skin. I felt that it’s almost similar to Himalaya Neem Face Wash, but this one is more hydrating. It doesn’t work up too much lather and also doesn’t dry the skin. As a matter of fact, the skin feels hydrated, moisturized and soft after use; I skipped the moisturizer. For just Rs. 50/-, it’s a good buy. Though good for all skin types, it’s something that's ideal for those with acne-prone skin.

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  1. Renuka8:50 AM

    This is a soap free herbal formulation that gently cleanse your face and removes excess oil

  2. Deepa9:02 AM

    I really have to try this!

  3. Anonymous11:34 AM

    Too much washing can stimulate oil glands. Wash your face with mild soap and warm water 2 to 3 times a day. Again, acne is not caused by dirt and hygiene. Washing too often or too vigorously may actually make acne worse.

  4. Anonymous10:07 PM

    works better on skin. skin feels so refreshing and glowing after applying this face wash ... really good. better than himalayas face wash...........


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