Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash Review
Last month my schedule was totally packed up with birthdays and get-togethers during which I consumed oily food very often. Initially it was okay but after a few days my body answered me back via scary breakouts on my face. So thatâ€™s when I picked up a face wash especially meant for acne treatment and what can be better than Patanjali as it offers completely natural solutions.. I chose to use neem tulsi face wash because the other one Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash does not give me that clean feeling. Keep reading to know more.
About Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash:
Price: 45 INR for 60g
Smell and consistency and packaging: Patanjali Neem Tulsi face wash has a gel like consistency and it comes packed in a tube with a flip open cap under which there is an opening to get access to the face wash. Both the consistency as well as the packaging of the face wash works together in prohibiting any unnecessary wastage of the product 😛
The fragrance it has is very fresh which is quite surprising to me as neem paste in true form does not smell pleasant at all.
My experience with Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash:
Unlike the past, Patanjali products are now available in every nook and corner of the city. So now when you ask for a face wash the SA brings out three variants for you to choose from â€“the saundarya face wash, neem tulsi and the lemon face wash. The price to quantity ratio of this is not just justified but it is super affordable. Just a small dollop is required to clean the whole face. I have used it twice a day to get rid of my pimples and it actually worked wonders.
While applying the face wash it feels like applying gel to wet face. Being soap free the foam it creates is next to negligible but it does clean properly. It does remove every trace of make up and dirt from the skin. After washing it off the skin feels so fresh and squeaky clean compared to the Saundarya variant which leaves behind a waxy feeling on the skin. In fact the pimples get calmed down little by little after each wash. Being mild and soap free plus its natural ingredient list make it fight acne from the first wash itself. It does not let my face look like an oil tank for long. Also it does not make the skin drier like acne fighting products usually do. Rather it starts cutting it down by controlling the excess oil with every use.
Standing true to its claims neem and tulsi does kill germs and honey and aloe rejuvenates the skin . I had this gut feeling that the neem tulsi combination would work on my acne as since childhood I have seen my mother making me apply neem on almost on skin issues but staying in a hostel means one has to trust ready made remedies. I do not have any complaints with this face wash apart from this that it works gradually but the results are truly good. Also there are no claims of removing acne marks but it anti blemish creams would do that part for sure. For the time being I am happy to see my face smooth and pimple free.
Summing it up:
What I like about Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash”
- Helps fight acne
- Cleans face of dirt and impurities
- Keeps face oil free
- Foams negligibly yet cleans perfectly
- No waxy feeling post washing
- Does not smell as weird as neem
- Does not dry out the skin
- Tube packaging
What I don’t like about Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash:
- Does not do anything out of the way to keep face oil free
- Needs efforts to clean waterproof long wearing makeup
Overall verdict: In all this is a good pick if someone is looking a good face wash for oily to acne prone skin. From that squeaky clean feeling to healing acne over time it does all. However I do not suffer from severe acne so I cannot say whether it will work on that skin type or not. Otherwise this is a good face wash for summers. Thank you for reading 🙂
Have you tried Patanjali Neem & Tulsi Face Wash?
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