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Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash Review

Hello everyone 🙂 Today my post is about Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash Review. As the name suggests, the main ingredients of this Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash are lemon and honey. Both the ingredients are known of have benefits galore for skin. On one hand, the discoloration caused by scars, certain skin disorders and age spots can be diminished by applying lemon juice to the discolored area. It also has natural antibacterial properties that make it a good choice to help cure acne and prevent further breakouts. Using lemon juice on blackheads has been shown to reduce the frequency and severity of blackheads. On the contrary honey is widely known as a natural cleanser which exfoliates your skin to bring out a radiant and glowing complexion.

Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash Review

Patanjali Yogpeeth-Baba Ramdev’s pharmacy based out of Uttarakhand offers a wide range of products at budget-friendly and at times, dirt cheap prices. Patanjali range of beauty products are no exception to this idea. On that note, today I will review Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash. So friends scroll down below and take a look at my Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash Review.

Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash

Price of Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash : Rs.45/- for 60 gm

Direction for use : Apply on ones face gently, massage with hands for 1 minute and then wash off with water.

Ingredients :
Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash ingreduents

Shelf life : 18 Months

Color : Lime with a mustard-meets-golden hue

Smell : Mild and refreshing

Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash cap

What Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash claims

Nothing

Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash swatch

My experience with Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash

Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash comes in a simple plastic tube with a flip-top cap. The packaging is simple, non-fancy, hygienic to use, spillage-free and travel-friendly. To me, it scores well as far as packaging is concerned.

But thats it. The good part of the story ends there. Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash has a smooth, predominantly liquid consistency with a golden hue and a refreshing aroma. This face wash lathers up well on coming in contact with wet skin and you can build up the lather with subsequent massaging but after washing, all I noted was that my skin was unchanged. No glow. No softness. No lustre. No squeaky clean feel. All I feel was that my skins moisture was sapped. This, to me, was highly exasperating. I, at one point, wanted to throw this dud into the bin.

A look at Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash ingredients list and one cannot help but note how crafty and conniving the manufacturers are. They have mentioned what all is present in 10 grams and the figures of the constituents are in milligrams! Its plain Maths here. Since we know that 1 gram= 1,000 milligrams, so 10 grams= 10,000 milligrams and in that, merely 107 milligrams are what is mentioned. Wow! So, customers are fools to overlook this, right? This was the deal-breaker for me.

Overall, I won’t recommend Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash to anyone. Save your Rs.45/- and go for something that doesn’t think of you as idiot. One of the worst products in my experience.

Also read

Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash Review

Patanjali Rose Face Wash Review

Patanjali Activated Carbon Facial Foam Review

Patanjali Orange Aloe Vera Face Wash Review

Good about Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash

  • Readily available
  • Dirt cheap
  • Travel friendly packaging
  • Pleasant aroma

Bad about Patanjali Lemon Honey Face Wash

  • Does nothing
  • Laden with chemicals
  • Very evasive ingredients list
  • Unsuitable for dry/excessive dry skin as it sucks moisture

Availability : At Patanjali stores and online

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 0/5

About Nidhal Sinha

She is a true-blue Delhi-ite by nature. In spite of having lived in this city which is called "The melting pot" of different cultures, religions, cuisines, and colors, She believe there's always something to be discovered in this city which happens to be a heady cocktail of new and vintage. While she is no fanatic when it comes to skin and hair care, holistic living is more her mantra. Minimalism, she believe has an inexplicable charm and magnetism. By the virtue of having an 'over-the-top' imagination, She love contemplating possibly the most impossible scenarios in her mind. Perhaps, when they say "An idle brain is devil's workshop", they were pinpointing me! When it comes to preening one's appearance, She rely and advocate herbal remedies over quick-fix solutions because that's what She think keeps one BEAUTIFUL HAMESHA :)

4 comments

  1. Such a dud product

    • Yeah, it is. Patanjali products, oddly either a complete hit or an out and out dud for me, Pallavi. Their body ubtan and gulab jal for instance, are commendable but this one is highly underwhelming.

  2. Oops..it’s honey based still a dud…I have used three variants from them till now, rose nd neem tulsi wala were good but the basic one ie aloevera orange one was a dud fr me, left a waxy layer on the skin and did nothing just like this one 🙁

    • This one os slimy, Juthika. It does nothing for me. Total waste of an investment 🙁
      Will look for an actual organic one and bring it to the blog soon 🙂

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