Who is it for? VLCC Papaya And Apricot Scrub are for all those looking for herbal scrub which is capable of removing blackheads and whiteheads and is budget friendly as well.
Rs.180 for 80gm
How to use:
Cleanse the face with water or a facewash. Take appropriate amount of scrub in your hand and massage gently all over your face leaving the eye and mouth area. Keep scrubbing for 2 minutes. Rinse the face with water.
My experience with VLCC Papaya And Apricot Scrub
Cleansing power and Moisturisation
This scrub is extremely gentle and is not at all harsh on the skin. It is really a good choice for daily use although I don’t prefer scrubbing my face daily. It contains small exfoliating scrubbing beads which are effective in removing blackheads and whiteheads. As papaya is known for its tan removal properties it also helps in removing tan as well. It dries up the skin a little and doesn’t provide much moisturization and hence, people with dry skin might need to apply moisturizer after scrubbing with this. It’s perfect for oily skin anyways.
It has a really pleasant fragrance of apricots and papaya which is mild and feels refreshing.
Packaging and texture:
It comes in a peach transparent tube which is really handy and leakproof. It is hence, good for traveling purpose as well.
Colour and texture
It is peach in color and contains small orange scrubbing beads. Its texture is really thick and smooth therefore a very little amount of this scrub is required.
What did I like about it?
- Very gentle on skin
- Removes tan and dead skin
- Smooth and thick texture
- Removes blackheads and whiteheads
- Gives glowing finish
- Good for oily skin
- Soothing fragrance
What didn’t I like about it?
- Dries up the skin
- Not good for dry skin
Would I recommend?
I have oily skin and hence it works great for me. I really like that it’s very mild on skin and hence is a good choice for those with sensitive skin. Although I won’t recommend this to those having dry skin as it dries up your skin. I would love to buy this one again.
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