Review ll VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil


Definitely, cleansing is the first step in all skincare routine and I used to clean my face with face wash or coconut oil. VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil is my first facial oil that I have been using it from this September. VedaEarth brings to you skin-friendly products with a lovely blend of Ayurveda and Aromatherapy. Having various healing properties, the skin and hair care products are made using natural ingredients, ayurvedic extracts along with a blend of exotic oils helping you achieve radiant looking skin and natural beauty from within. VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil is used to deep clean dirt and pollution without clogging pores while keeping skin moisturized. 
 Let’s get into the details.


Detail Product Information:
Name:  VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil
Price: ₹340
Quantity: 50 ml
Shelf life: 24 months from the date of manufacturing
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What VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil claims?

Just add a few drops of Veda Earth Cleansing Facial Oil to your daily skin regime for glowing and youthful looking skin. This oil deep cleans all the impurities from the skin. It contains natural ingredients like Frankincense, Chamomile, and Benzoin that helps rejuvenate skin improves blood circulation, and make the skin soft and blemish-free!

Ingredients:

Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) Kernel 49.17ml, Grape (Vitis vinifera) Seed 48ml, Palmarosa (Cymbopogon schoenanthus) Leaf 0.53ml, Frankincense (Boswellia serrata) Oleo gum Resin 0.53ml, Benzoin (Styrax benzoin) Resin 0.40 ml, Saffron (Crocus sativus) Stigma 0.20ml, Roman chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Flowers 0.17ml. Also contains Vitamin E and Soya Lecithin to Q.S.

How do you use it?

Apply on face and neck, gently massage into skin. If required, wipe with a dry tissue. To ensure better results, avoid washing after application. For even better results, apply twice a day.


My Experience with VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil:

VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil comes in a blue plastic bottle which has a silver cap over it. The packaging is hygienic and travel-friendly.

The texture of the oil is smooth and runny. The consistency of the oil is little heavy. The scent is a bit strong, you can feel the presence of Frankincense scent. Once you apply the oil you immediately notice the smell.  


Application:

I apply it right after cleansing. I take 2 to 3 drops into my fingertips and rub fingers together to warm up oil and pat it onto my problem spots including dark spots/pigmentation on my cheeks and nose bridge, under eyes fine lines and age lines. Massage for a minute. The oil absorbs very quickly. Do add a few more drops if you need more.


The Results: 

As we all know that I have dry skin and this oil perfectly suits my skin. I find that it is moisturizing enough that I can skip my night cream altogether. I use it twice a week at night before bed. This oil works well as a cleanser and a moisturizer both. You can also use it as a makeup remover.

Beauty experts are advised using oil for oily skin. Those who have oily skin, they can also use a sample size product. If it suits your skin then use it regularly or you can skip. Actually, cleansing facial oil helps to remove dirt and restores the natural oils. Even facial oil treats acne spots and pigmentation. So whatever your skin type you can try Cleansing Facial Oil at least once.


Overall, VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil a good product to moisturize your dry skin in every season and it works well to remove everyday dirt. It gives a soft feel immediately after application.  This oil gives a slight glow to my skin and repairs my dry skin. Paraben-Free  Synthetic Fragrance-Free VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil is made with some amazing natural ingredients, this is one of the best parts of this product. It does work as a light makeup remover. I'm pretty happy with this Cleansing Facial Oil.

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Review ll VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil Review ll VedaEarth Cleansing Facial Oil Reviewed by Anamika Debnath on 7:03 AM Rating: 5

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