Saturday, August 22, 2015

Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash


Honesty is not the best policy in the blogging sphere let me tell you. If you are one of those who outrightly believe everything you see and read in the blogging sphere, I must feel sorry for me. Don't get me wrong please. I am in no way putting any bloggers down. Additionally, I am not saying all bloggers are lairs because I am not. But I am not wrong in saying there are quite a number of bloggers who don't pitch the truth. The pen is mightier I suppose is long gone ever since blogging has become one of the lucrative careers or whatever your perception of blogging is. Behind the scene of blogging, trust me, things do take a reverse turn, especially when sponsored products or collaborating on face treatments becomes a big mess or blotchy. Don't ask me how I know. I know. Lets say its the insider information. Sorry, I can't mention furthermore. I shouldn't anyway. Why should I go so low? After all, I am also in the blogging sphere and its not fair to fellow bloggers who choose to keep quiet for reasons like still wanting to be in the good books of sponsors, some of course don’t have the guts, others are helpless, whereas the rest don’t want to tarnish the image of the brand or sponsor. Horror horrendous isn’t it? I know. I too recently had my share of horror on my face. Of course, I like every other blogger was all over jubilant when email popped up asking me to try their beauty service. How could I have not been floating on cloud 9? Hei! My blog is being noticed, who knows and I may be heading to the hall of fame. 


Undoubtedly then, I wholeheartedly accepted the supposedly latest machine skin enhancement by the, mind you, mine me, professional trained and qualified skin doctor. Everything started and ended promisingly until my skin raptured next morning. Literally. Akin big balls of fire huge oil glands pimples for the first time ever in my 51 years. Obviously panic attack gotto me, still, I thought I should wait instead of jumping the gun, but when pimples started spreading non-stop, I returned for help at the doctor. He in return strongly defended himself. All sorts of as if it’s me. Maybe I may have applied a wrong cream after treatment, or maybe I rubbed my face too hard, blah blah, and more blahs until I knew I am wasting my time. I just left. But I had to do something. I then headed to the pharmacy where I was told Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash (Himalaya Nourishing Cream Honey Body Wash & Himalaya Herbal Exfoliating Face Scrub) may help, though there's no guarantee. Whatever. I gave it a go for washing my face twice daily for a week. Thank god, I can’t be more grateful to Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash. Surely and slowly, pimples vanished in thin air. 
Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash
Specially formulated to give you clear, problem free skin, a soap-free, daily use face wash gel that cleanses your skin by removing excess oil and impurities without over-drying. Neem, well-known for its purifying and antibacterial properties, kills problem-causing bacteria. Combined with Turmeric, it helps control acne and pimples leaving your skin soft, clear, refreshed and problem-free.

Key Ingredients:
Neem
Turmeric

Directions for use:
Moisten face and massage all over, avoiding the delicate eye area. Wash and pat dry. For best results, also use Purifying Neem Scrub and Purifying Neem Mask.
Pack size:
150 ml

Basic and nothing over the top packaging, this light weight, soap free and translucent consistency wash is actually a gel. Scent is sincerely refreshing. Absolutely soothing to my senses and unlike other conventional wash, Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash does not lather into a creamy foam. 

A tiny bit goes a long way, you can use it on your neck if you want to. I didn’t because my concern was primarily my face. Leaving me soft and smooth without feeling tight, Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash did not itch my skin, neither did it clog up my pores. As I have already said earlier, within less than a week, Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash was a wonder face wash beauty for getting rid of my pimples. But I have stopped using it since. Sorry to say, as much as I am sincerely impressed, it is not my combination, sensitive and lacking in hydration fifties skin. If still continue using, I'm afraid, my moisture, what's left of it, will be eaten up. Nevertheless for those of you who are struggling with oily and acne skin, Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash, indeed affordable, I reckon will do a whole lot of justice.  







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12 comments:

  1. Lovely review Naval..Himalayan products are always safe .

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  2. This sound refreshing to the skin great tutorial.

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  3. This is my HG product....well written

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  4. Nice review with demo pics..... Nava :)

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  5. This is the most popular & loved face wash for oily skin in India .. I like it for my oily to combination skin. Recently I have started breaking out and I don't know why.. need to check the products m using and change them.. well reviewed

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  6. Himalaya products are hugely popular here. I haven't tried the creams but this face wash is good!

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  7. I've tried couple of products from the Himalaya brand but not the face wash. Not too bad I would say considering the affordable pricing :D

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  8. This is one of my favourite face wash, Nice review Navs :)
    Hope you are doing good...

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  9. Cool review.. Never tried Himalaya products before.. Gonna try

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  10. Even I prefer using it once a day, as it has slight drying effect when used twice,

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  11. let me try.never tried any face wash..

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  12. I've used this really long back and didn't quite like it. After reading your review, I'm tempted to give it a try again.

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