Saturday, August 22, 2015

Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash


For some reason or rather, I can't reveal why my skin raptured. It did. My skin literally raptured with big balls of fire. Wish I can bare it all on the "ugly behind the scene" truth, on what can go wrong with sponsored treatments. I can actually, but for one reason particular reason of not putting sand into that sponsor's rice bowl, I will shut my big fat mouth. Anyway, that is that, after the treatment, acne wrecked the glory, pride and joy of my complexion. As a result, my emotions were truly hay-wired. How not to?? I have been acne free for as long I can remember until this major let down. Sadly though. I thought I knew it all on wholeheartedly trusting sponsors but I suppose "expecting the unexpected" skin rapture wasn't that bad as my common sense still prevailed. Upon putting aside all my oil based products as not to aggravate my oil glands and amidst considering madly how to get rid of my acne, Himalaya products arrived (apricot scrub and nourishing cream honey wash)

The first product I eagerly reached out to was Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash. I was not wrong. Thankfully. Neem for promoting healthy clear skin and turmeric to eliminate acne bacteria to calm, soothe and cool off my face.  Proven. It worked for my acne. Really. Within a week acne dried up and my skin bounced back to its normal self. Why? This gentle wash was truly gentle on my skin. Let me now tell you more. Packaged in a plastic tube with a small screw cap. Light weight, soap free and with a translucent consistency, Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash is akin a gel. Refreshing herbal scent. Lovely.   
Unlike other conventional wash, this wash doesn't really lather into a cream foam. Still, a tiny bit is enough, including for your neck. It didn't itch my skin, neither did my skin feel tight nor it clogged up my pores.  Rest assured, it left my skin, soft and smooth after washing and patting dry.

I admit at first I was a little apprehensive as this wash is recommended for normal to oily skin, Yet it settled well on my combination-sensitive skin, but soon I had to cut down to using once a day because it is rather drying. Actually, to tell you the truth, I have stopped using it once my skin bounced back to how it is suppose to be. Mainly, because, as I have already said, it dried up my skin. Nevertheless, I will definitely recommend Himalaya Purifying Neem Face Wash for those oil and acne skin. To the rest of you, sorry, I can't assure, but sure, since its reasonably priced, you may want to give it a try.  
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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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