New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash For Oily To Combination Skin - Review

So I had already used the earlier version of Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash. I meant this one. It was so-so, nothing exceptional! But the one I’m reviewing is a new one, Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash with the goodness of Pearl and Vitamin B3.

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash Review - Best for Oily to Combination skin

It’s supposed to be used for normal to oily skin and not suitable for dry skin. At least, that’s what is written on the tube.

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash Claims:

A unique combination of mild soap and herbal extract like neem, tulsi, aloevera and orange peel which cleanse dirt, dust, sebum, dead skin cells and revitalize the skin tissues to make complexion smooth and fairer, It also helps control acne and pimples.


Orange peel oil, Neem, Tulsi, Aloevera or Ghritakumari are the 4 main ingredients in this face wash. The nourishing, healing and rejuvenating properties of these 4 wonderful ingredients gently deep cleanses the skin to give a clean and smooth look.  Use twice daily or as often required to keep face clean and bright.

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash Ingredient List

Other Ingredients:

Base Materials: Aqua, Myristic acid, Glycerine, propylene glycol, stearic acid, Decyl Glucoside, Lauric acid, Glycol Distearate, Glyceryl Monostearate, Niacinamide, Tocopheryl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate PG 14 M, Honey, Butylated hydroxytoulene, Pearl, Ethyl Hexyl Glycerine Phenoxy ethanol and undecylenate, Sugandhit Dravya (Fragrance) – Q.S

New Patanjali face wash front and back side

Shelf Life:

24 months from the date of manufacture



Directions for Use

Apply on wet face. Gently massage into the face for 1 minute. Then wash off. Avoid contact with the eyes.

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash Price

Rs 60 for 60 grams and Rs 90 for 100 grams.


New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash is available at all Patanjali retail outlets and grocery shops as well. Also available at Amazon and Flipcart.

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash – My Review

New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash - Review, Price, availability


As you can see from the image, Patanjali Soundarya Face Wash comes packed in a white colored, opaque plastic tube with a golden colored flip  cap. The packaging seems to be quite sturdy and strong. It also appears to be quite spill-proof and travel friendly.

New Patanjali Saundarya face wash with flip cap open


When you squeeze out a little bit of it, you can see that it is white in color and  has a creamy texture. It does have a citrusy aroma – not too much, and a slight hint of a clinical smell but since the overall fragrance isn’t too overpowering, that’s not a con as such.

Patanjali Saundarya face wash - pea sized amount in palm

My experience:

I gently splash water on my face to wet it. Then I take a pea-sized amount  of the face wash and gently massage it on my face. A little goes a long way… Yes, you only require a pea sized amount of it.

It has such a creamy texture -feels like a shaving cream, in fact! Unlike the previous version, it doesn’t work up too much lather but rather feels like creamy foam stuck to your face.

When I rinsed it off,  my face feel squeaky clean but I got a bit of dry and stretchy feeling after that, which I didn’t like too much. And I have a combination to oily skin. So forget about dry skin, I think it’s not even suitable for normal skin.

I have been using it since last 2 weeks and as far I have noticed it doesn’t prevent pimples. These days I normally don’t get pimples but once in a while it does erupt. In fact, 1-2 pimples did erupt after using it. I wouldn’t say that this face wash caused it, but it didn’t do anything to prevent it also.

To be fair, this face wash does a good job of removing dirt, oil and dullness from my face and the fragrance does linger on the face for quite a bit. The face also glows for a while.

But that's all to it, nothing exceptional but not bad also!

Pros of New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash

  • Only a little amount is required for a wash.
  • Paraben free
  • Pthalates free
  • Inexpensive
  • Goodness of aloe, neem, orange peel & tulsi
  • Added goodness of pearl and vitamin B3
  • Deep cleanses skin to remove dirt, grime and dead cells.
  • Imparts a temporary glow to the face.

Cons of New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash

  • Face feels a bit tight and stretchy after washing
  • Does not prevent or treat acne and pimples
  • Not suitable for dry or normal skins


New Patanjali Soundarya Face Wash isn’t a bad product. It does its job to a certain extent for oily to combination skin  but it’s not likely to be suitable for normal and dry skins. Overall it’s a good, cheap, drugstore product that’s free from parabens and SLS.

Over to You

Did you ever use New Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash with the added goodness of Pearl and Vitamin B3? What was your experience? Did it suit your skin type? Did it live up to its claims? Did you like it? Do share your views in the comments.

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