Patanjali Sindur/Patanjali Suhag Teeka Review
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Today’s post is a bit of unique. If you people have notices my looks, then you must be aware of the fact that I do not apply Sindur very often, infact it is a kind of rare story for me. But for a change I got this Patanjali Sindur stick and used it.
I actually wanted to share my picture which I recently took through my cell phone. Recently on one lovely day I had all the time in the world which is very rare for me. I had time to curl my hair and do my makeup with all peace. And just when I finished off the look I clicked few pictures and wanted to share those on the blog. So to share my pictures, I figured out a routine review way and thought of reviewing the Patanjali Sindur.
Honestly getting a sindur was totally out of my plan and it was an abrupt purchase of mine. Few days I went to the Patanjali Store to buy the aloe vera juice & amla juice and along with the juices I got this Sindur as well. I am very fond of these juices and do not miss having these in the morning These juices are more of energy boosters for me, they keep me active throughout the day. It might be just psychological vision of me feeling their impact but for me these juices are a must for me every morning.
Since the post today is not a juice review but is a Sindur review, so let me head back to the topic and start with the review.
Ingredients: Rakt Chandan, manjishta & Kesar. A safe formula has a unique combination of precious herbs, vegetable oils & waxes. It does not irritate and harm the scalp.
Price: INR 75
Packaging: This Sindur by Patanjali comes in a stick form. It comes in a red & golden plastic body and works with a twist up mechanism and is retractable. The packaging is sleek and travel friendly. There is nothing fancy about the packaging. The stick form makes it easy to use.
Shade: The sindur is in a deep maroon shade. Maroon shade in sindurs are quite common among Indian women and this is one such shade.
My Experience: Patanajali Suhag Teeka is just like any normal sindur, specifically the shade and the packaging. But what makes this sindur different from others available in markets is its claim of made up of herbal ingredients.
This sindur does not claim of being water proof or smudge proof but despite of it, it does not smudge and stays intact for a good 6-7 hours. Washing it off too is easy and it easily goes away in a single wash. I use it not just as a sindur but also liked to use it as a bindi, again a rare bet for me.
Below is the FOTD of mine with this sindur applied, I hope you people liked my pic.
What I Like About Patanjali Sindur/Patanjali Suhag Teeka:
- Travel friendly packaging.
- Easy to use.
- Smudge proof.
- Long staying.
- Easy to wash.
- Made of herbal ingredients.
- Very reasonably priced.
What I Don’t Like About Patanjali Sindur/Patanjali Suhag Teeka:
I do not find any con.
Will I Recommend: Definitely yes, if you are regular sindur wearer then you must try this out.
Have you tried Patanjali Sindur/Patanjali Suhag Teeka?
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