Sumangaly Night Cream Review
Sumangaly is a widely advertised product across South India, which is supposed to be an ultimate solution to each and every skin problem including acne, blemishes, freckles, tanned, and oily skin. This is a night cream, so I was a bit skeptical of buying because I always sleep on my tummy and there is no use applying any kind of night cream since it gets on to my pillow within seconds. But, since this Sumangaly Beauty Mantra was all over the place and was riding high on the hype wave, I had to get it.
WHAT THE LABEL CLAIMS:
The unique combination of Sumangaly, symbiotically use of the Vitamin E present in Virgin Coconut oil to regulate the Vitamin A present in Honey bee wax along with the magical properties of Kalanchoe lacinata is the basis, of the Ayurvedic beauty mantra of Sumangaly.
Honey bee wax, the base of Sumangaly is naturally produced by the hard work of the bees who spend all their life collecting nectar from various flowers and converting them into honey and storing in the honey comb. Wax is a byproduct of this miraculous process of Mother Nature.
- A miraculous anti-bacterial preparation protecting the skin from acne, pimples, abrasions and other skin infections
- Its antiseptic properties guards the skin against eruptions
- Enhances the skin’s natural renewal process
- Tones up the skin evenly
- Regular use of Sumangaly slows down the wrinkling process and maintains the skin’s youthful moistness, whilst keeping skin cells healthy and vibrant
- Reinforces the skin’s structure and protects against the appearance of age spots and restores and revitalises skin’s radiance
- Suitable for dry, oily and sensitive skin (all skin types)
- Sumangaly is very economical, one cream lasts 3 months.
Lots of creams today contains chemicals and preservatives, which is detrimental to the health of your skin. Sumangaly contains none of that, only simple natural ingredients that cares for your skin from the inside out. It is perfect for skin prone to allergies or sensitivity.
A rarest of rare herbal ingredient for skin care, lost in the river of centuries, now rediscovered and only available in the Tropical rain forests of India. It is extremely effective in maintaining a youthful glowing skin texture and cures pimples.
Beeswax is a natural wax produced in the bee hive of honey bees of the genus Apis. It is mainly esters of fatty acids and various long chain alcohols. Honey Beeswax to soften and heal the skin tissue and help attract moisture to the skin.
Virgin Coconut Oil:
Virgin Coconut oil is oil extracted from fresh coconut. To protect the oil’s essential properties, the production of virgin coconut oil does not undergo chemical refining, bleaching, or deodorizing. Said to be high in vitamins and minerals, it is highly moisturizing.
PRICE: Rs. 202 for 20 grams.
MY TAKE ON SUMANGALY AYURVEDIC BEAUTY MANTRA NIGHT CREAM:
First of all, this is not a beauty mantra formula, its just some amrutanjan balm mixed in coconut oil to tame the strong pungency. The bright fluorescent coloured oily cream comes in a small pot. The pasty cream seeps coconut oil and although it says, its for oily skin and for treatment of acne, I doubt that claim since leaving so much of oil overnight will aggravate acne. In my case, I did not have major breakouts, but I did have some zits. This is not a miracle solution for all skin problems as it is publicized, it is just another pseudo ayurvedic cream, which falls flat on its claims.
I did not see any improvement or changes in skin texture or on blemishes even after trying it for close to 10 days. When I was having zits here and there, I thought of stopping using it on my face. Instead, in the winters, I used it on my legs and feet while sleeping.
PROS OF SUMANGALY AYURVEDIC BEAUTY MANTRA NIGHT CREAM:
- No pros except that it is a highly publicized and well-marketed product and will push people to buy and try it.
- All natural ingredients, at least you won’t have any side effects.
- Can be used as a foot cream.
CONS OF SUMANGALY AYURVEDIC BEAUTY MANTRA NIGHT CREAM:
- Quite a high price for something which does not work at all.
- High on publicity, low on efficiency.
- Does not work on acne or clearing blemishes.
- It definitely is not a beauty mantra.
- Pseudo ayurvedic.
- It might aggravate the acne problem instead of solving it.
WILL I REPURCHASE IT: NO.
IMBB STAR RATING: :-* …..I was using it as a foot cream in winters.
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