VLCC Punarnava Astringent Review
What it says?
Tightens pores. Detoxifies and controls oil secretion
Cleanses, tones and refreshes the skin. Helps in tightening pores and also works as an antiseptic astringent. It helps prevent breakout of acne in oily skin.
Method to use:
After cleansing, apply VLCC Purarnava with a moist cotton all over face and neck.
For best results:
Use this toner everyday, after cleansing your face and follow up with VLCC Lavang Moisturiser.
Gelidium Amansil (Agar Ext (1.5%), Boerhaavia Diffusa (Punarnava) 3%, Terminalia Belerica (Bed Nut Ext) 4%, Prunus Amygdalus (Almond Oil) 1.75%, Myristica Fragrans (Nutmeg Oil) 0.5%, Apis Mellifica (Honey) 2.5%, Aqua (Purified Water) Q.S.
Other variant: VLCC Rose Water Toner – All skin type
I wanted to buy a herbal toner, so was confused between Himalaya, ayur and vlcc. But at the drugstore only vlcc one was available. So I made my choice. I bought it an year ago and 80% of the product is still left. Wondering why? Read on.
My experience with VLCC Astrinent:
Since the product claims its for oily skin, I bought it. My oh my how it itches your skin! NOT AT ALL FOR SENSITIVE SKIN. My skin easily turns red whenever I wax or even thread. So I have to be very careful about the products I use. This irritated my skin like hell.
Pros of VLCC Punarnava Astringent
:yes: Umm ok it’s cheap. Agreed.
:yes: It has got a Beautiful green color. Looks very organic.
:yes: Has got Herbal ingredients
Cons of VLCC Punarnava Astringent
:no: It itches and burns a lot when you apply it.
:no: And if by mistake you apply a bit more, then you are gone!
:no: Doesn’t dries up easily. I have to wait more than 3minutes after this to proceed with my moisturizer or sunscreen.
:no: Doesn’t minimize your pores.
:no: Does nothing for oily skin.
:no: Not at all good for sensitive skin.
Will I repurchase it?
Hell no! I’m happy with my Dabur Gulabari toner now.
My Ratings: :-*