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FabIndia - Neem Tulsi Skin Toner | Price + Review |

Greetings Readers 😊

I've been aware about the importance of toner for so long; yet I evaded from the usage of a toner. Why's that? You must be wondering. Well, my skin is quite sensitive and it behaves like an affected CD ROM which dispels out any disk you place inside. Like a rebellious kid, my skin starts to develop small red bumps which starts to itch. It isn't necessary that this happens with chemically induced products only!

Few days back, I was a part of GloBox event Blossom wherein Dr. Mohit Bhatia who is one of the founders of Fuschia shared tips upon skincare. He also emphasized that CTM plus a sunblock is all you need for sustaining a beautiful skin all throughout your life. And thankfully, my research for an adequate toner seems done for a while! So let's begin with the review, shall we? 



Description: Made with neem extract and tulsi oil, this alcohol free, anti - septic and anti – bacterial skin toner deep cleanses the skin by removing impurities and dirt. Ideal for oily skin.

Ingredients: Purified Water, Neem Leaves Extraxt, Reetha Extract, Rose Water, Aloe Vera Extract, Hydroxyethyl Urea, Glycerine, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethnol, Imid Urea, Cocoamidopropyl Betaine, Allatoin, Tulsi Oil.

Directions for use: After washing your face and neck, spray the skin toner onto a cotton swab & gently stroke in an upward direction. Avoid contact with eyes.

Net Weight: 200ml

Price: INR 180

Packaging: This toner comes in a simple transparent cylindrical bottle with a white flip open lid. The content is easily visible from outside to mark off as to how much of the product has been emptied. The label around the bottle is color – coded in green and has some leaves made onto it; perhaps emphasizing the fact that it consists of various (not all) natural ingredients. 


My Experience:
I love trying out new/different brands in order to understand what works amazingly well for my skin type. In my wish list, FabIndia has existed from long back. Not that they have expensive price tags which hindered this wish from turning into reality. I know not the reason myself.πŸ˜‚Perhaps too busy exploring other brands! *LOL* FabIndia Neem tulsi skin toner is my first purchase from them and I picked it up from an offline portal, that is from their store itself. Thankfully, there were no SAs who keep on roaming behind you. I don't know why but it really bugs me and I can't concentrate or be excited enough while checking out products. Does this happen only with me? πŸ€”

The toner is of orangish - brown color which appears like the Dettol solution that is meant for diluting in the water. Fragrance of this, I fail to detect resemblance with anything I’ve taken a whiff of before. All that I can say is, I like it and it stays for some time long, even after the toner seeps into the skin. For application, you’d need approximately 5 drops of the toner and it cleanses up the residue of any kind of makeup traces left behind. The formulation is really light weight and it dries up within few seconds. A small amount of hydration is felt but it does not heavily moisturize the face.

Since it contains Neem leaves extract, it works as an anti – bacterial solution and keeps at bay skin’s impurities such as acne/pimple. I saw no new pimples emerging out. Lastly, my skin is super sensitive and not a lot of skincare products work for me. Thankfully, it showcased no adverse effects.

Pros:
. Removes makeup traces.
. Soothing subtle fragrance.
. Light weight formulation.
. Hydrates the skin without turning it oily.
. Anti – bacterial.
. Works as shield against skin’s impurities.

Cons:
. None.

Final Verdict: For those with acne prone, oily and sensitive skin type; this will turn into their HG toner!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Love,

XOXO



Comments

  1. Nice review. I have tried only Fabindia rose water and totally loved it. Thanks for sharing this. This seems an apt product for summers. Will give it a try. And I too hate when SA's are roaming behind me in stores. Can't concentrate on shopping :)

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  2. I am gonna pick this up once I am done with my other toners. It seems to be an apt product for my oily/ acne prone skin

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  3. This really sounds interesting. Might just buy it :D

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  4. I have added this in my wishlist already, thanks for sharing this review dear :)
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  5. I've used the tea tree one and loved it to bits. I might pick this one this time.. :)

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  6. I would love picking up this next time. And yeah when sa are there I get too consciousπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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