Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream Reviews
Hello ladies. What’s up these days? Enjoying the summers o disliking them.. Well, I am doing a bit of both since I love wearing brightly coloured outfits in summers and I simply hate the skin care woes that summers bring along. I am currently on a mission to ditch all international brands of skincare products and stick only to herbal, Indian brands which offer good quality products at decent prices, “BE INDIAN, BUY INDIAN” is my strategy these days!! After all, if we do not help our economy then who will.. Think about it guys, your small initiative can make a big difference!!
Anyways, getting back to our review, Patanjali is something that needs no introduction. This India brand started off by producing herbal remedies for body ailments and has now also started producing a lot of skincare and hair care products. Off late, I have been buying a lot from khadi, vaadi, skin yoga and now, patanjali. Now, coming t why I chose this aloe Vera cream, well, I am a big fan of aloe Vera and try using it as much as possible, in summers in form of gels, face creams, face washes etc.
The product does not have any claims printed on it as such. It can just be described by key words such as, “aloe Vera”, “skin lightening’ and “moisturizing” cream.
Directions or usage
Take a dollop of cream and rub into skin till it gets absorbed fully into skin. It is best applied on damp skin soon after face wash for best results.
1 year approx
Skin type synopsis
All skin types can give it try… oily skin types might skip it because of thick texture
It comes in a shiny, Greenish cardboard box which holds a tub. The tub has a lid to cover the cream. You can remove the lid to dip your finger or spatula in the tub to take out some cream. The cap is Green in colour and can be screwed close.
The cream is thick in texture so, it needs some effort to get absorbed.
Pros of Patanjali Aloe Vera moisturizing cream
- Freshly scented
- full ingredients list mentioned
- can be used by all skin types
- absorbs fully into skin
- non sticky cream
- leaves a light cooling sensation on skin after getting absorbed
- nourishes and hydrates skin
- makes skin supple
- improves complexion and makes it look even
Cons of Patanjali Aloe Vera moisturizing cream
- Takes a little effort to absorb into skin
Shea butter, coconut oil, wheat germ oil, olive oil
My experience with Patanjali Aloe Vera moisturizing cream
The cream looks very thick textured to look at. Do not worry it is not thick like boroline. It is best applied on damp skin so that the moisture can seep in better and deeper. You might need to rub in for a few seconds for it to get absorbed fully. It absorbs fully into skin without any remaining oiliness or stickiness. It smells fresh and pleasant.
It did not cause any pimples on me in spite of thick texture. My skin feels very nourished after using this cream and also causes a nice, cooling sensation on skin. I am happy with this reasonably priced product. The quantity is good enough too. I am definitely going to use it as a night cream for a very long time. The key ingredient list is quite impressive too.
Whether I would recommend this product again?
Give it a try girls, it would not disappoint you.