Today I will be reviewing Aroma Magic Lavender Face wash for Dry skin.Read along to find out more about it.
My Skin Type:
Oily and acne prone skin.
Aqua, Decyl glucoside, Olive esters, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Lavandula angustifolia oil, Rosa centifolia oil, Citrus aurantium dulcis extract and Glycine soja extract.
Rs 80 for 50 ml | Rs 145 for 100ml.
Product Claim :
1)It is a creamy face wash which cleanses well.
2)It is suitable for Normal-Dry skin types.
3)It does not dry out skin as it contain moisturising ingredients-Olive Oil,Parkii Butter,Lavender oil,Rose oil.
4)It has pleasant lavender fragrance.
5)It is non-comedogenic for most part.
6)It contains Anti-oxidants in the form of orange extracts.
1)It is not entirely non-comedogenic.It does have mildly comedogenic.It will work for people with mild-moderate acne but can break out people with severe acne.
2)I am not sure if the disclosed ingredient list is complete or partial list.
Directions for use:
Take a required quantity of cleanser and massage on wet face.Rinse with water.
Aroma magic products are easily available in super markets,cosmetic stores and online stores.
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Generally I don’t easily break out.I thought I would after trying out this face wash but I didn’t.Aroma magic surprisingly has some good face washes.Though I wouldn’t recommend this face wash to oily and acne prone skin,Normal-Dry skin types are really going to love this face wash.
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