Who is it for? Ayur Natural Skin Glow Moisturiser is for all those lovelies who are in love with natural body lotion with an abundance of natural ingredients that should be healthy enough for the skin. Ayur herbal moisturizer comes with benefits of cucumber, turmeric, rose water, olive oil, and wheat germ oil. It has an immense amount of vitamin A, D, and E.
Rs 85 for 200 ml.
My experience with Ayur Natural Skin Glow Moisturiser
It comes in a bottle of pink color with pink color flip flop opening. It has its logo on the front side and every detail regarding ingredients etc. Quite handy and hygienic packaging.
Moisturiser is of pink color and is very smooth in consistency. It blends smoothly and feels heavenly on the skin. Gets absorbed easily, leaving skin smooth and soft.
It has its very mild smell somewhat resembling to smell of cucumber.
It has average results as a herbal moisturizer. It is good for all skin types and is quite affordable. It leads to breakouts in my case. It keeps skin hydrated and I don’t feel the need to replicate it. Small quantity does the work. It has average results but nothing very impressive. As it has natural ingredients so has no side effects on prolonged use.
What all I like?
- Smooth texture
- A little amount is required
- Travel-friendly packaging
- Provides required hydration and nourishment
- Contains vitamin A, D, and E
- Aint lead to dryness
- Good for all skin types
- Contains natural ingredients like cucumber, turmeric, olive oil etc.
What all I don't like?
- Smell not very pleasant
- Leads to acne breakouts
Would I Repurchase or Recommend?
I will not repurchase this as I said it has average results and nothing extraordinary.
Rating – 3/5
Glossypolish verdict – Many other great products are available.
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