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Aura Vedic Anti Blemish Face Mask: Neem Tumeric Amla : Review & Price

Greetings Readers! πŸ˜„

I've been going through an elaborate skin care phase as the weather has transitioned into cold season; here in Delhi. With the advent of my preparation leave for semester examinations, I am going out a lot with no makeup on and cozy comfy pants. Recently, I had ordered this face pack from Amazon (at discounted rate) on the personal recommendation of Sonali, who owns an amazing blog concerning skincare, wisely named as SkincareVilla. Definitely go and visit there!😊

So without further adieu, let’s hop onto the review! ►►
Claims: Keep skin blemish free by quickly reducing breakouts with this maximum strength formula. Neem, Basil & Tea Tree actives unclog pores to remove trapped dirt & oil. Skin is left free of acne & pimples and further breakouts.

Ingredients: Extracts of Neem, Amla, Tumeric Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Papaya, Tea Tree Oil, Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Sage Oil, Willow Bark, Ceto Stearyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Steareth 10, Kaolin, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerine, Purified Water.

Usage: Cleanse face before applying this clear skin mask. Keep on for 15- 20 minutes before gently washing off with water. Use daily for maximum results.

Price: INR 200

Buy Online: Click here

Net Weight: 50 grams

Packaging: The one I have is an older packaging as I had bought mine around a month ago. The company has recently re-launched their products but I must say even the older packaging is pretty sturdy, travel friendly and simple. I’d definitely wait for it to be consumed completely so that I can store things into it! Buahahaha inherent trait from father! πŸ˜…πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜œ
My Experience: Aura Vedic Anti Blemish face pack has faint/pale yellowish green colour and the consistency is pretty smooth. When you’d apply it on your face, the product will spread out easily via finger or brush (in case feeling fancy😎) and a thin layer is enough. It has an innovative fragrance resembling clove, if I am not wrong. On a consistent usage you’d definitely see your pimples, settling down, that emerge out from nowhere if you have an acne prone skin. It works especially on those little bumps. Onto the blemish aspect I failed to see any difference, because I still have my scars intact, though they have been there for 2 years. It can however not stop any new acne from emerging out, especially hormonal ones cropping up on those days of the month. Instant results being soft, clear and radiant skin. The skin is left well hydrated and there won't be any flaky spots left behind. Overall, I do like it and I am sure I'd re-purchase it, until bitten by the urge to try out something new!πŸ˜€

Pros:
   ·   Spreads easily
   ·   Sturdy packaging
   ·    Does not cause new break-outs
   ·     Ready-made face pack; so no efforts in mixing and creating a paste

Cons:
   ·  Cannot curb hormonal acne.

Rating: 4.2 out of 5
Until Next Time,
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