Thursday, January 9, 2014

Himalaya Herbals Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub


Scrub a dub. By far, scrub should, I believe, should be sashed among the rest of your weekly beauty products (La Cellular Eye Mask & Activa Double Action Mask). Scrub is, definitely an essential skin care product for our beauty regime (Body Shop Cleansing Oil & MAC Lightful Cleanser). But please, try to keep scrubbing for once a week, or maybe, twice a week if you really have to, for getting rid of stubborn white heads and black heads, also as an overall beauty care for unclogging skin by scrubbing away dead cells and impurities. Scrubbing without a doubt has been part of my weekly beauty regime, today I shall gladly share with you beauties on this Himalaya Herbals Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub.  
 beauty kit. These are my most essential products
As stated on the packaging, this affordable scrub is made with natural ingredients, sort of a cousin of St.Ives’s apricot scrub I've used back then. Packaged in a white tube with a green flip open cap, Himalaya Herbals Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub is lasting, seemingly akin can last forever. A tiny bit goes a long way, indeed, obviously then, value for money, you can easily pack it for travelling but remember, you can't hand carry. Otherwise, it will be confiscated, you definitely have to donate it when clearing immigresen and customs. Common sense will prevail, especially to those who travel regularly. I hope you are aware of that, unless you repack it to 100ml for hand carrying, you will be save, or you don't mind sashing it in your luggage. Scent free and creamy, this white textured scrub did initially, start me off with high hopes. Maybe, as I have already said, value for money, also, Himalaya is touted as god given natural brand, but after using it for the first time on my wet face, honestly, I found it to be harsh. Coarse apricot granules are a little harsh for my combination-sensitive skin.   

It does work for loosening black heads on my nose, but I really have to take it easy when scrubbing the rest of my face, and please, for god sake, don't ever scrub your eye area. Maybe, I think, I have not tried, I think lips is okay. What not since this scrub is proclaimed as nature beauty? You agree with me?  I, honestly wouldn't dare, I didn't mind scrubbing away dead skin on my body and feet. Himalaya Herbals Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub is definitely a decent scrub, whether I will repurchase it again is all together a different story.    
However, for those who swear over no other except natural and herbal skin care products, you will be jumping in joy.

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9 comments:

  1. Am using this regularly and this suits my skin.honest review Nava

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  2. this is the scrub i so faithfully use for two times a week, for the past so many years! it's mild and perfect for sensitive skin like mine... they have the apricot gentle face wash as well, which is good... :)

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  3. I agree with the scrub is a bit harsh not for senitive skin people.

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  4. nice review I was planning to buy a scrub too but landed with curd and rice flour natural remedy! im yet to try :)

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  5. same pinch Nava, I too use it and I love it...

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  6. Thanks for the info Nav...You uploaded this post just in time. I was planning to buy a scrub and will rule out Himalaya now.

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  7. It's really worth tryin as I have been using it..

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