RevAyur Orange Scrub Review

RevAyur Orange Scrub Review

RevAyur Orange Scrub Review

I was running out of face scrub and was not having any time to visit any store to pick that, so I asked someone to do the favour for me. I wanted something which could suit my needs as per my skin type, so I mentioned especially that I have an oily skin with a fewer occurrences of blackheads.  I got this cute little tube.  The scrub which was bought for me was totally as per the pursuance of the pushy SA.  I will be reviewing the same in this article. The product which I am reviewing is “RevAyur Orange Scrub.”

Product Description:

RevAyur Orange Scrub-Exfoliation with microbeads. Cleansing, Refreshing and Moisturizing.

RevAyur Orange Scrub

Key Ingredients:

Micro Beads, Orange Oil.  Excipients: Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Mineral Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Caprylic Triglyceride, DGMS, Dimethicone, Silicon Oil, GMS, Triethanolamine, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, Fragrance.

RevAyur Orange Scrub


  • Blends multi-fruit enzymes to smooth away surface cells.
  • Improves skin texture and clarity.
  • Purifies pores, stimulates healthy circulation.
  • Fine micro-exfoliating particles delicately draw away dirt and impurities.
  • Gentle enough for daily use.

RevAyur Orange Scrub

How To Use:

Squeeze a small quantity on palm. Gently massage on the face and neck. Rinse off with water till clean.


The scrub comes in a transparent tube with orange flip cap which shuts down tightly, hence preventing any leakage. The tube is very travel friendly. It’s very nice tube with orange beads in a creamy scrub.

RevAyur Orange Scrub


99 INR for 75 gm.

Shelf Life:

2 years.

My Experience with RevAyur Orange Scrub:

This is the creamiest scrub I have used so far. It gives the feeling as if you are scrubbing your face with some massage cream. The scrub smells of oranges which is good for me.  This can be an issue for people who are bothered by strong fruity/floral fragrances. The scrub has orange-colored micro beads which look beautiful in the light orange-colored scrub. Looking at the description on the packaging, I expected it to fair better, though not in an excellent way, but it did not even come up to that point.  I washed my face with face wash and then on wet face, applied a coin-sized amount of the scrub. It was good to massage the skin with the scrub as it is very creamy, but those micro beads are of no use. I want my scrubs to have granules which are a bit strong, so that they take care of the blackheads and impurities.  These beads form a clump after a few minutes of massage, but do not do any exfoliation at all. This is just a fancy-looking scrub with no qualities at all. It did make my skin clean but a normal face wash can do it better. What is the need of using a scrub then? I did not have great expectations from the scrub, but some products from this range have impressed me.  I had a doubt that this scrub would break me out as it is very creamy in nature and is of very thick consistency, but thank God, nothing like that happened.

RevAyur Orange Scrub

RevAyur Orange Scrub

Pros of RevAyur Orange Scrub:

  • Smells strongly of oranges.
  • The tiny orange beads are cute to look at.
  • The packaging is very neat.
  • Inexpensive.

Cons of RevAyur Orange Scrub:

  • No exfoliating properties at all.
  • Thick creamy texture which may not suit oily skin.
  • Contains parabens.

Will I Repurchase/Do I Recommend RevAyur Orange Scrub?

Finally, I would not purchase this again nor recommend it to others.

IMBB Rating:


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5 thoughts on “RevAyur Orange Scrub Review

  1. Nice review Sweta….
    Jomol, this review is going to my profile… but this one is not written by me…
    Please do the needful 🙂
    I think same name confusion happened here.

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