Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey Review
As you all know – I tend to pick skin care products more than makeup. I love to try new face packs, scrubs, and other skin care stuff. Bio Bloom sent across this oatmeal, yogurt, and honey face pack to me for review purpose. All these three ingredients are my favourite in face packs, I use them as much as I can in homemade recipes. It’s good that Bio Bloom has come up with a readymade face pack with natural ingredients for a lazy b*m like me 😛 After trying this out a few times, I am ready with the review, please read on :))
Oatmeal calms and soothes inflammatory reactions, reduces redness and makes skin even toned. Yogurt has lactic acid that helps in hydrating the skin. It makes skin soft and supple. Honey rejuvenates and refreshes skin.
My Take on Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey:
Now, what sets this face pack apart from the other packs available in the market is the “free from parabens, formaldehyde, sulfates, and petrochemicals” claim. This brand is also vegan and against animal testing. In Indian cosmetic and skin care industry, it’s hard to find products without parabens and it’s good that brands like Bio Bloom are bringing out products minus these chemicals.
Coming to the face pack, it’s a clay mask (kaolin and Fuller’s Earth based), medium thick in consistency which spreads without much effort on to the skin. It smells distinctively of kaolin clay, Fuller’s Earth and some cold pressed oils.
I checked out the ingredients list and there were mostly natural products listed like cold pressed oils of sesame, jojoba, and sweet almond, and bees wax. I don’t know whether there should have been more ingredients in the list because this product has a shelf life of 18 months and I do not see any preservatives here!
I have used it a couple of times. As mentioned previously, the consistency is such that it spreads on to the skin without much effort. It stings a little, so I avoid using it around the eye area, the stinging sensation goes away after a minute or so.
Since it’s a clay mask, I keep it for around 15 to 20 minutes during which time it dries out completely. Coming to the effectiveness, it’s an average clay mask which controls oil on the face for a couple of hours and refreshes skin instantly. There’s a freshness that it gives to the skin, just like many other clay-based face packs. I don’t see much other than this, doesn’t add any glow. It does not make the skin excessively dry or stretchy, thumbs up from me for that!
I do think it’s a good face pack for summers. Because of the cold pressed oils and beeswax, I think it would work for combination and dry skin types as well.
Overall, I would say it’s a pretty good face pack, it does not do anything remarkable, but since it’s clay based, it is going to be good bet during summers.
Summing up the pros and cons:
Pros of Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey:
- Claims to be free from parabens, formaldehyde, sulfates, and petrochemicals.
- Contains oatmeal, yogurt, and honey.
- Kaolin clay and Fuller’s Earth in the pack controls excessive oil production.
- Good pack for summers.
- Refreshes skin.
Cons of Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey:
- Doesn’t do anything remarkable.
- An average clay-based face pack.
- Preservatives if any added are not mentioned on the pack.
Would I Repurchase Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey?
I would like to first try the other products from this brand first and then come back to this.
This product was provided for review purpose, my review as always is honest :))
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13 thoughts on “Bio Bloom Skin Care Face Pack with Oatmeal, Yogurt and Honey Review”
Doesn’t look anything exceptional to me, I’d better indulge in some worth face packs that brings some glow and brightens the skin 😀
Arzoo….right, I too think so, but since this brand is paraben and sulfate free, need to give the other products a try *haan ji*
the ingredients list is so good and natural and the texture looks great 🙂 , but doesn’t work very effectively *scared*
Dhara…..hmmmm…yeah, though I am all for paraben free products.
i was so looking out for face packs 😀
bt needed something which would add a bit of glow too *secret*
Sruti….check out tbs honey and blue corn face packs
I have the eye gel from the brand and its pretty amazing *haan ji* but one thing you are right about…it also doesnt do anything remarkable..but then i am loving it because i do not have that stubborn eye bags and dark circle problem…i just use it to sooth away the tiredness and it instantly awakes my eyes..i was willing to try other products…but will giv this one a skip.. *nonono*
moderation??? *waaa* *waaa*
Kadambari…..oh….I want to try it then *jogging*
this looks so creamy but pretty average.. lovely clicks *clap*
Thanks Mayuri *happy dance* *happy dance*
Jomol! ! I bought a few products from Bio Bloom too!! Can I review them ? 🙂
ohh am fascinated to try bio bloom *powder* reading sans parabens n other chemicals.. *specs*
its in my wish list nw.. *happydance*