What is it and who is it for? Patanjali Neem and Tulsi Face Wash are a great Herbal Face Wash for all ages and skin types.
Rs. 45 (60g)
How to Use?
Wet face. Take pea-sized amount in your hands and work up a lather. Apply on face, massage gently for about a minute. Wash off and feel awesome.
The lather, no matter how much you work on it, would not become foamy. So don’t bother like I did. It stays pretty “slimy”. But it cleans well, so we’re good.
My Experience with Patanjali Neem and Tulsi Face Wash
I was pretty skeptical about its performance because neither did it form foam nor did it feel like it was doing anything to my face. But after washing off, I felt this amazing freshness and coolness there. I touched my face and my fingers slid right off. I realized that that was the point of having a chemical free face wash – you don’t feel the harshness but do get the deep cleansing.
Its leaves the skin feeling soft and cool for a long time. But it does have a drawback – which isn’t even a fault on its part. It’s just that I’m a Lakme Strawberry Facewash fanatic and it has spoiled me for wanting a mild scrub in the Facewash itself. So while this Neem-Tulsi is great and cleanses really well, you will feel the need to scrub your face after 2-3 days.
I feel like that is just me wanting more out of it when it already is self-sufficient. But this is just how I feel. Most of us have our own scrubs completely different from the face washes and would not face such an issue at all.
- Very gentle on skin
- Cleans up deep and well
- Lovely fragrance
- Leaves skin soft and supple
- No scrubbing ingredients
- Gets used up more than regular Facewash
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