Thursday, 15 September 2016

TATHA FACE MASK BY VEDIC COLLECTION: REVIEW

Hey All,

I am here with the review of a Face Mask by Vedic Collection.

The face mask is for oily skin with acne and blemish problems. Although I have a dry to combination skin, I suffer from acne problems quite often :(. I have used the mask on my T zones, forehead and places where I have acne.

Keep reading below to know if the mask helped!

Face Mask by Vedic Collection



About Vedic Collection:

The Vedic Collection is totally committed to provide pure, natural, safe and effective products, thereby enhancing and enriching the lives of all those we touch.
All our products are handmade, under strict quality supervision and are paraben, sulphate and chemical free and are not tested on animals. We use only recyclable glass bottles for storing our products to maintain its purity, as we are aware that plastic containers reacts with the essential ingredients used in the aromatherapy and loose its potency.
At Vedic Collection, its all about co-creating values with our customers. There is a continuous innovation involved in making our products, developing new ideas and providing solutions which satisfy customers needs.


Price: 

Rs. 525/- INR for 50 gm.


Availability:

You can order products directly from their website (CLICK HERE).


Ingredients:

Neem, Tulsi, Sandalwood, Rose, Turmeric


My Experience:

As mentioned by the Brand, the face mask is made of all natural ingredients and it is also free of paraben, sulphate or any chemical. The mask comes in a heavy, dark coloured glass bottle, keeping it all natural and free from any chemical reactions. However, since its a glass bottle, it is not travel friendly and you would need to transfer some amount of the powder to carry along.

As you open the bottle, you can feel the heavy aroma of neem and tulsi, giving you a satisfaction that it is all natural!



The mask comes in form of coarse powder and as instructed on the bottle:

Take about a teaspoon of this mask & mix it with yoghurt & a bit of lemon juice. Wash the face with luke warm water & pat dry. This helps to open the pores. Apply all over the face and leave to dry. Wash off with cool water.

Masks can be used to purify, nourish, heal and rejuvenate the complexion. This mask is best for detoxification and acne prone and oily skin. The minerals in the clay helps to re-balance oil flow, strengthen skin, and act as an aid for repairing scars.

Since I have a dry to combination skin, I also added a teaspoon of honey in the mixture to help retain my moisture and applied it on my face where it is oily or I had acne.



It takes about 20 - 25 minutes for the face pack to dry and then you can wash it off with water, later applying some moisturiser.

I have been using the mask at least twice a week and I feel that it is helping me to reduce my acne/pimples! When I had started using the mask, I had a few big active pimples on my cheeks and I can see them going away gradually. It also does not dry out my skin and there are not side effects from this mask. I cannot comment anything on its claim to reduce the scars since it has not been that long but looking at the outcome, I am really hopeful :)



Overall, I am quite happy with the results after using the face mask. We know that natural ingredients are always better than chemicals but we fail to get all that we need. Natural products from Vedic Collection helps us solve many of our skin concerns, saving us from all the chemicals.

Rating:

4.5/5



**This is a sponsored post. All the opinion stated here are my own and not influenced. 

1 comment:

  1. I hv to try this one bcz i hv acne... Dont knw y my acne came and go 😢😢😢😢😢😢

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