Thursday, May 14, 2015

Eyeryuth Naturals Neem Facewash Review

Tinku Shaji
Everyuth Neem Face Wash

Eyeryuth Naturals Neem Facewash

I have acne prone oily skin. The word neem in it attracted me. I was happy with my Himalayas Neem and Turmeric Face Wash but thought of trying something new.


Price: Rs 40/- for 60 g +12g free


Description of the product:

Eyeryuth Naturals Neem Facewash


100% SOAP FREE OIL CONTROL FORMULA
Regular exposure to dust pollution and heat leaves your skin excessively oily. This causes acne, pimples, whiteheads and blackheads. Everyuth naturals neem face wash enriched with neem, tea tree oil and Chamomile gently deep cleanses your skin, removes pimple causing baceteria and controls excessive oil solution.

Ingredients:

Eyeryuth Naturals Neem Facewash


Water, Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate, Dioctyl Sodium Sulphate, Succinate, Cocoamidopropyl.betadin, Acrylic polymer, PEG 600 distereate, polysorbate 20, Triethanolamine, Fragnance, polyethylene beads, Disodium EDTA, Neem extract, Chamomile extract, Methy paraben solution, Propyl paraben sodium, PEG 40, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tea tree oil.

Directions to use:

Squeeze out a small quantity onto your palm. Workup lather and gently massage on face. Rinse with water and pat your skin dry. Use two or three times a day.
Suitable for normal to oily skin types.

Swatch:

Eyeryuth Naturals Neem Facewash


My take on the product:

This face wash is very good and never broke me out. Its has a strong smell but fades away immediately after washing. Also a menthol effect is felt after washing face. Feels good after a sun struck outing. Keeps face squeaky clean. Has tiny granules for a little exfoliating effect. During winters skin feels stretchy. Overall it’s a good product.

Pros:

Contains neem and tea tree oil
Works up a good lather
100% soap free.
Does not cause breakouts.
Removes excess oil.


Cons:

Huge list of chemicals.

Rating: 4.5/5

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