Patanjali is a brand that is especially close to my heart. My first facewash was from this brand and it happened to be the one in the activated charcoal variant. Since that day I’m in love with the facewashes from this range and activated charcoal both 😛
I picked up another facewash from this range of face washes because I can’t get over the fact that they are affordable and sooo good too! Check out the review for the Patanjali Rose Facewash which is especially for all you dry skinned people!
Basic Information About Patanjali Rose Facewash
Price and Quantity
INR 45 for 60gm
What Does The Brand Claim
Made from the natural extracts of Rose, neem and aloe vera, Rose Face Wash gently cleanses, nourishes and revitalizes dull skin tissue to give it a fresh, smooth and soft look. It is also useful in healing dryness and roughness of the skin and in reducing pimples. With Rose Face Wash, your complexion glows with the softness of rose petals to bring out your natural radiance.
How To Use
Apply on wet face
Massage gently for a minute
Wash off with water ”
Ghrit kumari (Aloe barbadensis)
Rose (rosa centifolia)
Neem (azadirachta indica)
Colour (cl: 15450)
Diazolidinyl urea & IPBC
Sugandhit dravya – Q.S.
My Experience With Patanjali Rose Facewash
Packaging- A super cute small tube which has pretty red roses all over it. A little tacky? No! I think it opens and shuts well, doesn’t leak, and the pretty roses look, pretty guys, 😛
Texture and Consistency- The facewash is a gel one which looks transparent and has bubbles in it. It has a slight pinkish tinge to it.
Fragrance- Well its a rose facewash and smells like one. No, not the overpowering rose fragrance but yes pretty dominant and I like it.
Experience- This facewash is specially designed for anyone who has dry skin or rough skin and it aims at providing a smooth texture to the skin and makes it supple and yes I don’t have dry skin but I think all us normal skinned people can indulge in some smoothness too! 🙂
The facewash produces a decent lather but it isint a foamy lather the kind that a cream facewash generates, but still pretty adequate. You need a coin-sized amount with this one, rub it between both your fingers first and then onto your face. Doing so will give you better lather than directly going at it on the face.
The fragrance doesn’t linger on once I am through with the facewash. I find it easy to wash too and unlike the other gel facewashes, this one doesn’t leave a film behind or isint difficult to wash off either.
Now, let’s skip onto the next part of the review and that is the results. This is extremely gentle on skin and gives a smooth wash. Skin appears to be soft after use that’s one thing I have observed. I could say that a slight glow was observed for an hour after the wash so yaaaay!
Cleanses really well but might not tackle the makeup. The regular use of this facewash has made my skin soft and yes it retains the moisture in your skin.
Overall Performance of Patanjali Rose Facewash
- Gentle on skin
- Vegan (mostly)
- Oh the fragrance
- The texture is pretty smooth
- Skin feels softer with use
- Doesn’t rip off the moisture
- Adequate Lather
- Imparts glow immediately after wash for an hour
- Well, none!
Would I Repurchase and Recommend?
Yes definitely, if you are a teen or in your early twenties then highly recommended. This stuff is good, natural, cleanses well, and yes especially suited for people who run away from facewashes because it makes their skin stretchy. Yes I would like to repurchase too.
More Patanjali Face Washes?
- Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash Review
- Patanjali Saundarya Face Wash Review
- Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash Review
- Patanjali Neem and Tulsi Face Wash Review