Winter is in full swing in the northern part of the nation and is taking a toll on the skin and hair. It is very important that we keep our skin moisturized and hydrated all the time . I shall be reviewing a cream today which I bought to keep in my purse and combat harsh of winters.
I bought Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream because I like small travel pack products. Read further to know how this cream fared.
Prevents ageing and dehydration of skin, protects skin against winter dryness & roughness, makes skin soft, smooth and beautiful.
INR 75 for 50 gm.
My Experience with Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream:
Packaging: There is an outer cardboard package with shimmery green flap. Inside it, there is a translucent plastic tub which has a light green coloured screw cap. I think the green colored cap signifies the main ingredient i.e. aloe vera. There is one more white coloured lid underneath the green cap.
I quite like the packaging and how they have taken extra precaution to ensure the cream does not spill. Though, I still detest putting in fingers for hygiene reasons.
Consistency: The cream has a thick consistency, but spreads nicely. It gets absorbed well into the skin and there is no greasy feeling. I did not dare trying it on my face because I have serious acne problem but my friend who has normal skin applied it and loved it. There was no heavy feeling and it got absorbed very fast on her face as well.
I have been using it on my hands quite often and believe me my skin feels very soft to touch. When I use it liberally at night, I wake up to baby soft hands.
Colour/ Fragrance: It is white in colour and has a faint powdery smell. I am not able to make out which kind of smell is it, but whatever it is, it not bothersome. In fact, the fragrance subsides 5 minutes post application.
Efficacy: Well, the cream does not provide intense hydration, but it keeps the skin nourished, protected and soft. In harsh winters too, it continues to provide the required moisturisation.
I haven’t noticed any skin lightening which the product claims. Also, a little goes a long way. I have been using it for my hands, quite a number of times in a day for 15 days now and still three fourth quantity is left.
Pros of Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream:
• It keeps the skin nourished and soft.
• Not at all greasy.
• Gets absorbed fast.
• Faint powdery smell which subsides soon.
• I quite like the packaging. There are two covers to prevent the product from spillage.
• Free from silicones and parabens.
• Affordable and readily available across all Patanjali counters.
• Little quantity goes a long way.
Cons of Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream:
• Does not have skin lightening effect.
• Does not provide intense hydration.
4 out of 5
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream?
Yes, definitely. At this price I think it is a decent product. It is keeping my skin nourished and soft. And hence, I will again get it. It is not at all heavy so I can continue using it even in summers.
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