During the season change time, my otherwise oily-combination skin feels drier than usual. This sudden dryness might not feel anything comparable to the flaky dry skin of winter; it feels like just a whiff of dryness. These are the times I pamper my skin with a boost of hydration through some hydrating face packs or sheet masks. Today I am reviewing Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack which I have been using currently to fight back the effects of autumn dryness. I have used lots of Aroma Magic Products since I have been introduced to this brand through my nearest beauty store. Aroma Magic’s aromatherapeutic skin care products are my favorites. I am yet to try their hair care range. Here we go with the review of Hydrating Seaweed Pack that says to moisturize and soothe the skin.
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Details about Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack
What is It?
Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack is a gel face pack enriched with Seaweed and Aloe Vera. This skin rejuvenating pack detoxifies, oxygenates the skin and prevents premature aging. The Lotus Leaf extract in it helps to higher up the moisture level and prevent cell damage with its Vitamin C content and antioxidants. The essential oils of Chamomile and Calendula purify and soothes the skin.
Price- Rs.375 for 100gm
Shelf Life-36 months from the date of manufacturing
Sensitive Skin Alert?
My Experience with Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack
Packaging- This face pack comes in a green squeeze tube with a white screw-open cap. There is no label graphics to be found on the tube except for a 6 petal flower logo. Every useful detail is presented in a written manner and the writings are in white color. Overall the packaging looks quite simple at the first glance though it is a travel-friendly and spill-proof tube.
Colour & Texture- The seaweed enriched face pack is a light green color transparent gel. The consistency of this gel pack is slightly thicker than plain Aloe Vera gel. This pack does not cracks up like a clay pack; it gets absorbed into the skin similar to the serums of sheet masks.
Fragrance- The gel has a unique herbal smell. The scent is free from artificial fragrance producing chemicals. The smell is very mild and goes off within 5 minutes of application.
Experience- This is my first gel-based face pack. So, it took 2-3 trials and errors to figure out the best way to use it on my skin. Currently, I use it once every week after my usual deep-cleansing ritual with a face wash and an exfoliator. The gel formula of this pack makes it very spreadable. I just need 2 peasize product for my face and neck. I keep this pack on my skin for about 10-12 minutes. It feels quite cooling on the skin as it dries. Unlike mud packs, it does not need thorough rubs at the time of washing off because it does not dry up completely. I just do a few splashes of water to remove the excess gel. This gel produces sufficient amount of hydration to the skin. I can notice a sheer glow on the face almost like the after-effects of a nourishing night cream. The glow lasts for 1-2 days if I do not miss on moisturizers. Due to its dewy effects, this gel pack feels quite heavy on my skin in humid summer months. I generally avoid using it when the weather is hot and humidity is high.
Overall Performance of Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack
- Nourishing gel face pack
- Boosts up the level of moisturization instantly
- Gives cooling feel for the first 5-7 minutes of application
- Free from harmful chemicals, alcohol, artificial coloring and fragrance producing compounds
- Makes the skin look glowy and healthy
- Not for very oily skin as opposed to the claim which says ‘all skin types’
Would I Repurchase or Recommend?
I would recommend Aroma Magic Hydrating Seaweed Pack to someone who wants a harmful chemical free moisture boosting face pack. I would like to repurchase this pack for my at-home winter skin rejuvenating routine.
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