Hiya People! Summer is yet to spread its fangs here in my place. We are enjoying spring. I don’t know why but I tend to get extra conscious on my skin and hair care at this changing weather because my combination skin behaves strangely. To keep my skin well-behaved I always put my trust on exfoliators and facial masks. Today I am going to share my experience with Patanjali Neem Aloe Vera Cucumber Face Pack.
The Multani Mitti face pack from Patanjali did work pretty well in the past. Let’s read on to see how this one performs on my skin.
Product Name: Patanjali Neem Aloe Vera Face Pack with Cucumber
Price & Quantity: It is priced at Rs. 60 for 60gm
Ingredients: See in the image below.
Shelf life: 18 months from the date of manufacturing.
Availability: This face pack is easily available in Patanjali stores all over the country. The leading beauty stores, grocery stores and departmental stores keep this product as well.
Patanjali has its own online store where you will get it. It is likely to be found in most online stores too.
You can also get it online on Amazon here.
Packaging & Appearance: This face pack comes in a white plastic tube with a white flip-open cap. The cap sits tightly over the opening that dispenses the product if the tube is squeezed.
The packaging is very simple but hardy. It is nothing fancy but I don’t mind because I am shedding just 60 bucks on it.
Coming to the decoration, the label graphics and all the written information are color coded to green which is the color of this face pack’s active ingredients aloe, cucumber and neem.
The front side of the pack has some claims and the graphical representation of the main ingredients. The back of the pack holds rest of the claims, usage details, ingredients, shelf life etc.
Due to the presence of fuller’s earth, the formula of this face mask is comparable to clay masks.
It is a dirty white colored mask with medium thick consistency. The texture is very smooth and feels creamy when taken out.
But it settles into perfect matte as it dries off. Texture wise it is very different from the Multani Mitti mask from the same brand.
Smell: This product has a very refreshing and energizing cucumber smell. The smell is very unique.
The scent is not overpowering. If you do not like this kind of herbal smell you don’t have to suffer a lot because it stays for just 5-7 minutes.
When it is washed off the smell is completely gone.
Swatch: See in the image below.
How I Use & My Experience: Since my Patanjali Multani Mitti face pack got over, I have replaced that with this Neem-Aloe vera one. I use this pack 2-3 times a week. I have combination skin.
Certain parts of my face remains oily even in winters that’s why I have no problem with this pack in these less humid months.
The consistency of this pack helps to spread on the skin. I apply a layer of it on my freshly cleansed skin and let it seep for 14-15 minutes. It dries off in about 12-13 minutes.
Then I wash it off from my face gently. It has an energizing fragrance that relaxes my senses after a tiring day. It also gives a nice cooling effect. It cleanses the skin thoroughly and gives a sheer glow.
Although this glow does not last long, the clean feeling lasts for 2 days. It does not irritate the sensitive area of my skin or aggravate my pimples.
1. Provides deep cleansing effect
2. Cools down tired skin
3. Refreshing herbal smell
4. Does not irritate skin
5. Gives subtle glow
1. Contains harmful parabens
2. Does not give details about the base ingredient
Jhalli Diva Verdict: 4/5 (-1 for paraben)
Will I Repurchase?
Yes. I would like to repurchase this product after sometime when I am over with my face pack collection.
Do I Recommend?
Yes. I recommend it to everyone as a refreshing summer essential.
Overall Summary: Patanjali Neem Aloe Vera Face Pack with Cucumber is a nice relaxing clay mask for the face that deep-cleanses the skin and removes excess oil without aggravating breakouts.
So, that’s all about Patanjali Neem Aloe Vera Face Pack with Cucumber. Have you tried this? What is your favorite face pack?
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