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Nyassa Tea Tree Face Wash

Hello people,


Weather in Delhi has transformed lately; it rained! After all these throat parching days, some relief has been bestowed with clouds and cool breezes post rain drops.



Moving on; if you’ve been reading my blogs lately than you’d be aware that I received Nyassa Tea Tree Face wash in my May Fab Bag. I wasn’t intending to review each product that came along since I haven’t yet got chance to use them all. My dad is already annoyed of all the tubes and products that lie here. But I couldn’t stop myself from using the face wash that came along because the holy words “Tea Tree” can never be avoided by people who have acne prone skin. And lately my face is going through acne attack too. This is the little story as to why this blog is being uploaded. If you intend to buy this face wash then here’s the link-


The one I received comprises of 30 ml of content. Initially I thought it wouldn’t go a long way but when I first used it, I realized not much is required while washing the face. It came in a plastic screw bottle which also has a translucent stopper inside which makes it travel friendly. Till date, there’s no content leaking that ever has happened. The labeling is done on a brown paper which somehow makes me remember those brown notebook covers which we all must have used in some phase during our school days. Face wash apparently is gel based and looks identical to Himalaya Neem Face wash. Being gel based, the consistently isn’t too runny or too thick.


The packaging claims that the face wash is all natural, which definitely marks as a positive point. The fragrance is quite strong and not fruity but then out of an antibacterial component you can’t really expect a fancy fragrance. Anyways, post my usage of this face wash. I could really see that it took of excess oil and dirt from my face, but it might feel dry for those people who do not have oily or combination skin. My face sustained its oiliness approximately till an hour. But for a face wash to control that is something recommendable in itself. Overall, I think it is a must have for summers, especially for those who have oily and acne prone skin.

Rating- 4.8 out of 5


If you wanna read what I received in my May Fab Bag, then here’s the link-
http://lyfabubble.blogspot.in/2016/05/what-i-got-in-fab-bag-may-edition.html


Until Next Time,

Take Care <3




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