Thursday, January 15, 2015

Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review

Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review
Fuller’s Earth face pack has always been my favorite as I have oily, acne prone skin. It not only controls oil but keeps skin smooth and clean. I have heard a lot about Banjara about their quality and affordable price tag. Today I am going to review Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack.

Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review

Price: 100 INR Buy online HERE

Net wt: 100g

Banjara’s says-
Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review
MBT says-
Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack comes in a sturdy, opaque, white squeezable plastic tube with a flip top lid. Overall the packaging is very simple and clean looking. The lid is quite tight and the tube can be easily carried around in a bag without any fear of leakage or spillage. The face pack is light yellow in color with a lovely, pleasant scent of papaya. The scent is neither too mild nor too strong.

The texture of the face pack is soft and smooth with good consistency. It is neither very thick nor very runny. It is a ready to use mask and can be used directly from the tube. It is easy to apply and totally mess free. It spreads easily across my skin without tugging. The consistency is really good and I do not need to keep my skin damp. I always make sure to wash my face with a face wash to remove all dirt and grime off the face. I apply only a thin layer of face pack and it works pretty well on my dry skin. The face pack feels a bit cool on application due to the presence of Fuller’s Earth in it. I then let it sit on my skin for about 10-15 minutes. It does not give tingling sensation that I really adore. It does not harden or tighten the skin. It is easy to remove and gets washed off easily with water and does not leave any residue behind. The scent fades away as soon as the face pack is rinsed off. 

My skin instantly feels soft, smooth and clean. It gives a nice healthy glow to my skin. It does not dry out my skin and makes it feel balanced (neither dry nor oily). I do not feel the immediate urge to moisturize the skin. It contains Multani Mitti that cleanses the clogged pores making the skin look clearer and brighter. As it is super cold here I love using this face pack twice a week and it does keep my dry skin soft and hydrated due to the presence of papaya. I have not faced any adverse effects whilst using this face pack. Though I do not suffer from tanning but I could see visible brighter skin with regular usage.

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Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review
Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review
Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack Review
PROS:
• Soft and smooth texture.
• Good consistency.
• Spreads easily.
• Feels a bit cool on the skin.
• Lovely and pleasant scent of papaya.
• Easy to rinse off.
• My skin feels soft, smooth and clean.
• Makes skin bright and healthy.
• Contains ingredients that are great for all skin types.
• Does not leave residue behind.
• Does not dry out the skin.
• Does not break me out.
• Reasonably priced.
• Not tested on animals.
• Easily available.
• Travel friendly packaging.

CONS:
• None!

Overall Thoughts:
Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack is a great face pack that is suitable for all skin types. It makes skin soft, smooth, clean and hydrated due to the presence of fuller’s earth and papaya. My skin looks clearer and brighter with regular usage. I would definitely recommend this face pack to everyone!

Rating: 5/5

Have you tried Banjara’s Multani & Papaya Face Pack? How was your experience? Share in the comments section below!

Stay pretty!
Megha

Disclaimer: The item was sent by PR for consideration. The review is based on my own honest and personal experience with the product.

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