Hello all. Its time to share Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask Review. Ever heard of something like a herbal home spa? Sure you would have and most of you might have, if lethargy and sluggishness didn’t get the better of them, would have surely experienced them too, right? Given my fixation for natural skin and hair care products, I eye products or DIYs that specifically cater to my skin and hair without pumping anything noxious into my body while lulling me into complacency. CTM routine is an open secret. Thanks to the fast-paced lives that we live, CTM routine many a time doesn’t seem adequate to pamper our skin.
Pollution and excessive use of chemical-laden products engender layers of dead skin cells to accumulate on our skin. Scrubbing them is a feasible option but then, frequent scrubbing too isn’t a wise decision. What about using a peel-off mask that not only brightens your complexion besides drawing out all the dead skin cells? Wonderful, did I hear you say that? 🙂 So, that is why, I zeroed in on Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask one fine day. Having used it thrice by now, I think I am in a position to prepare its report card 😛 Lets head to my Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask Review then.
Price of Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask : Rs.80/- for 20 g
Directions for use :
Shelf life : 2 Years
Color : white
Smell : The powder doesn’t have any noteworthy fragrance of its own but once mixed with water, it leaves pleasant and soothing aroma.
What Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask claims
My experience with Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask
Packed in a transparent plastic pack which is further enclosed within a cardboard box, the packaging of Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask could have been better. Once the pack is opened, I can assure you that it would last at least two uses and not one (as it states).
Because of that, drawing it out every time for use would be troublesome since the powder is prone to contamination and spillage in the (now cut open) plastic pack. This also makes it unsuitable for travelling. That said, since the price is on the lower side, I won’t bash it to the hilt but it goes without saying that there’s ample room for improvement. Thus, in terms of packaging, its underwhelming.
The powder is fine and when mixed with water (sufficient quantity such that the concoction is neither too runny nor too thick), it turns into a past (of course, whip it. It won’t turn into into a paste magically) 😛
The funny part is that now you have to apply it on your face and neck with a speed that would put the Coyote (of the famous Road Runner show) to shame 😛 One needs to apply it within 10-15 second of it turning into a paste else its consistency will change to that of a custard which means all the effort will go down the drain. Sob story, I know!
I applied this peel off mask with a brush on my face and skin. No irritation. No tingling. No burning sensation. Sheer coolness for the time it was on my skin 🙂 After 15 minutes or so, I could conveniently remove it without any hassles or pain from tugging/pulling/rubbing. What I was left with was a face (and of course, neck) that shone brightly. Its assertion of eliciting results from the very first usage stood valid and who’d be happier than me? It doesn’t even suck out the moisture off my face which was another plus point. However, I’d still recommend those with extremely dry skin to keep a bottle of a moisturizer/body butter handy. In case, your skin feels ripped off moisture, better be a savior than a cribber 🙂
The glow lasted for an entire day. Also my face was smoother and those pesky baby hair that are next to impossible to remove were nowhere to be seen. I can’t vouch this for those with hard or abundant facial hair but for those with baby hair, it works well to remove them.
Overall, Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask gets a thumbs up form me 🙂 It is pocket-friendly, efficacious in removing dirt, baby hair and grime off ones face in addition to adding a delectable tinge of radiance. It may not be everyone’s favorite (since I am skeptical of its efficacy when it comes to extremely dry skin) but never the less, it works well on a host of parameters and if used properly, it won’t make you regret your investment of Rs. 80.
Good about Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask
- One packet will last at least two uses. It may last even more depending on how efficiently you use it.
- Brightens complexion (and NOT whitens it. I am clarifying so that you don’t get wrong ideas)
- Smoothens skin
- Removes dirt, grime and dust
- Removal is easy. There is no need of tugging or pulling your skin
Bad about Rishi Ratna Orange Peel Off Mask
- Available only online at present.
- COD (Cash ON delivery) feature is unavailable at present
- The consistency changes from semi-liquid to solid within seconds. One has to work at lightning quick speed to apply it.
- Packaging needs improvement
Availability : Visit the website of Rishi Ratna. They are based out of Pune.
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4/5