Rs. 65 for 50 ml.
Aswaghanda(Withania Somnifera) 1.25%, Kulanjan(Alpinia Galanga) 2.5%, Neem( Melia Azadirachta Indica) 1.1%, Ritha(Sapindus Mukorossi) 3.75%, Madhu(Mel) 1.5%, Coconut Oil 1.5%, Purified Himalayan Water Q.S.
Directions To Use:
Gently massage over wet face and neck with fingertips, lather and rinse, morning and evening.
My Experience with Biotique Bio Neem Purifying Face Wash:
I have been regularly using the Himalaya Neem foaming face wash. It works quite decently in keeping skin clean and oil free. I was quite bored of repurchasing it again and as I have never tried the Biotique face washes, I bought a few of them. The face wash comes in a transparent plastic tube with a dark green flip lock cap. The packaging of all the Biotique face washes is typically similar in design. The cap is super tight and it is really hard to open it. It takes at least a few seconds to struggle and really pull that cap out. If you have sharp nails, do carefully open as it can break nails. Now, the good part is that as the cap is very tight, there is no product leakage and you can easily carry it in your hand bag.
The face wash has a very weird smell, it is kind of soapy with slight hints of neem scent. I mean, it has that hand wash and detergent kind of scent which I really don’t like. It is not very strong, but neither is it mild but quite moderate. As my skin is getting slightly oily with the summers approaching here, I want a face wash which is a bit stronger in formulation to keep skin clean and oil free.
This face wash works well, it comes out in a very light green color which looks almost transparent. A small coin size amount works fine for the whole face area. It works up to a lather really well like a foaming face wash and I like face washes which lather up.
It cleanses skin well, removes impurities like dirt and oil. It leaves a slight slippery feel, so I use a lot of water to wash it off completely. After I pat dry, my skin feels dry and clean. I like to follow it up with a moisturizer to avoid any dryness. It claims to suit all the skin types, however, I think it will not work best for oily and excessively dry skin. There is one more version of the face wash which comes formulated for acne prone skin, so I think that will suit oily skin better. This face wash hasn’t caused any allergy or breakouts on my combination skin. When I have pimples, it soothes skin and also helps to heal them.
Pros of Biotique Bio Neem Purifying Face Wash:
- Transparent packaging – easy and convenient for usage.
- Travel-friendly packaging.
- Easily available.
- It comes with a good herbal formulation.
- It cleanses skin and removes impurities.
- It keeps skin oil free.
- It lathers up well.
- Less quantity is required.
- Preservatives free.
Cons of Biotique Bio Neem Purifying Face Wash:
- It leaves skin slightly slippery.
- It has a soapy fragrance.
- The cap is very tight and it is difficult to open.
- It might not suit all skin types, especially oily and dry skinned girls.
Will I Repurchase/Recommend Biotique Bio Neem Purifying Face Wash?
Yes, I might repurchase it. It is a decent neem face wash which cleanses skin really well. It would have been great if the fragrance was better. I recommend it if you are looking for a budget-friendly neem face wash.
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