As you can see by the title today we are going to talk about the Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub.
About the Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub:-
A natural scrub cream for thorough and effective cleansing and enhances blood circulation for a radiant and healthy skin. Khoobani (Apricot) kernel granules remove dead skin cells and black/white heads. Godhuma (Wheat germ) natural vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant, tones and reduces the effects of environmental pollution. Ghrit Kumari (Aloe Vera) possesses skin softening, healing and nourishing properties.
Removes dead skin cells, Blackheads, Tightens, Tones & Nourishes the skin. (From Patanjali’s website) Prevents from pimples and improves face glow. Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub Review
How To Use:-
Apply on wet face and neck and massage gently with circular movements for about 2 minutes and rinse after pat dry. In the case of contact with eyes, rinse with water immediately.
My Take On The Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub:-
It comes in a white tube packaging with a flip open cap. The packaging is small and sturdy so it’s travel-friendly. Overall it’s good.
It has a very mild earthy smell and it’s not bad
Colour And Consistency:-
It’s cream-ish brown in colour with brown coloured granules. It’s a cream based face scrub. The granules are very much similar to the Lotus Herbals Apriscrub.
Price And Shelf Life:-
₹ 60 for 60 gm with 18 months of shelf life.
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My Experience Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub:-
So as I said before it’s a cream based face scrub and it applies onto the skin very nicely. When I used it for the first few times the results were good. My skin was feeling soft and smooth. But after 2-3 uses, it stopped working. There were no specific results I could see.
It did not help me in acne (I get a lot of acne in humid season), blackheads or clogged pores. And on top of that, its cream base is greasy. So it was a total fail for my skin. The Patanjali Apricot face scrub is not for oily skin. If you have dry skin you might want to try this out.
Just before finishing this post I want to compare it with the Lotus Herbals Apriscrub: – Both of these are cream based apricot face scrub. The claims are also almost same. If you look at the prize Patanjali Face scrub costs for ₹ 60 for 60 gm (₹ 1/gm) and Lotus Herbals Apriscrub retails for ₹ 80 for 60 gm (₹ 1.33/gm) and if you get bigger packaging you will pay less /gm. Both of them contains Parabens. So after all these similarities, I feel that Lotus Herbals Apriscrub works better than Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub.
- Budget Friendly
- Makes skin soft
- Not effective on clogged pores
- Not effective on blackheads
- Not completely natural
- Contains chemicals ie. Parabens
- Made my skin Greasy
|Removes dead skin cells||Somewhat True|
|Tightens, Tones & Nourishes the skin.||False|
|Prevents from pimples||False|
|Improves face glow.||If you call greasiness glow then True|
The bottom Line:-
Lotus Herbals Apriscrub works better than Patanjali Apricot Face Scrub.
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