Banjara’s Sandal Face Pack Review
Sandal Face Pack has amazing anti-microbacterial properties, making it an effective herbal. It’s got excellent antiseptic properties and works wonderfully well in treating minor skin abrasions and burns. It cleanses and conditions the skin, leaving it moisturized, free of germs, and finally protects it from the harmful rays of the sun (with all these claims, they might as well change the product name to “Dumbledore’s magic face pack!” 😛 )
Cost and Quantity:
Rs. 60 for 100 grams.
My Experience with Banjara’s Sandal Face Pack:
First of all, let me tell you that I bought this face pack only after reading an article on the benefits of sandalwood on our very own IMBB, some weeks ago and this product seems pretty herbal and made of natural ingredients, so I didn’t have to deliberate much before picking it up (plus it’s so cheap!).
The company makes pretty tall claims about this product, but frankly, all I want is to hasten the healing of blemishes and scars on my face due to occasional breakouts (I have very oily skin!).
Since it’s in a powder form, you have to mix it with rose water or just plain water to make a thin paste, and then apply it to your face.
I am a complete lazy bum and I don’t find mixing water to the powder “very convenient.” I prefer readymade wet packs (like the Himalaya neem face pack).
On application, there’s a mild tingling sensation on the face till it dries, and after washing, it leaves my face quite fresh and dry. It has a sort of turmeric scent to it which I don’t mind. I think it’s a good product for the price; nothing mind blowing, but not bad either. I have been using it about twice a week for the past one month and though I noticed fading of some blemishes, I am not totally sure whether it’s just my skin healing on its own or the effect of this face pack. I have had no adverse reactions to this pack (I don’t have a sensitive skin).
• Very cheap!
• Seems to be purely herbal, which is good.
• Good quantity of product, so it will last quite long.
• Good for oily-skinned ladies.
• Supposed to be antibacterial.
• Comes in a powder form, so not at all convenient for lazy people.
• You have to store the powder in a dry, sealed jar after opening the packet.
• Turmeric-like smell which might put some people off (I wonder why it doesn’t smell like sandalwood).
• Causes tingling sensation, so sensitive skin people should use it cautiously.
• Not suited for dry-skinned ladies because of the drying effect.
Will I Repurchase it?
I don’t think so, finishing up this one itself will be a tough task for me.
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