Review : Vedic Collection TATHA Face Wash Neem

                            It’s mid-August now. This time of the year , heat and humidity can cause excess sweating which leads to clogged pores , causing breakouts, rashes, itching, acne etc. So , you need a proper skincare regimen the first step of which is to cleanse your face twice daily. But don’t use soaps as they have higher PH level than skin surface PH and may cause dryness, itchiness, flaking over time. It is then better to opt for a facewash which has neem leaves as its one of the main ingredients. Neem is highly effective to control the excess oil secretion from the skin and also can stop the growth of infection, causing bacteria on the skin, helping you to stay away from acne. I was also suffering from all these problems and was looking for a good neem face wash. At that time I came across a wonderful neem facewash from the brand called Vedic Collection. They shared me a luxury facewash and it now has become the boon for my acne prone skin. You may be eager to hear from me of the product. So I am now going to review it

 

Firstly, I want to tell you about the brand Vedic Collection. It’s a brand, manufacturing aromatherapy based products with 100%pure essential oils.  All the products are uniquely handcrafted, pure and therapeutic .

The brand logo is VUM – the elixir of life which signifies growth and transformation. As the products are the combination of essential oils and natural extracts , they have a positive effect on the skin. They penetrate into the deeper layers and renew the cells, transforming you to a new one , lift your soul and soothe your senses. The person behind the brand is Divita Kanoria who is constantly working on to make the brand a symbol of real value, holistic value and natural healing. Categorised into Tatha , Samaya and Vastram, their products are just about everything that a body needs to feel loved and pampered.

 

Now, if we talk about the packaging, the neem facewash comes in a black classy glass tub, which is simple, yet elegant.  It has made the look quite smart. The glass container is good for storing natural products as the plastic containers may react to  the essential ingredients , used in aromatherapy and loses its potency. Under the black cap there is  a white air tightening plate to prevent the liquid leaking.

If we are talking about the price of the neem facewash,  it’s not very costly as compared to other luxurious facewashes. You can buy it for 475 /50 gm. But I  don’t think it’s much costly , if you consider the great quality of the stuff.

The main ingredients: Coconut oil, Sesame oil, Neem leaves.

You must be thinking why I consider it amazing . But before knowing what I feel ,you listen to what the brand saying about it.

According to the brand Vedic Collection, this is a very versatile face gel with antibacterial, antiprotozoa, antiparasitic, antifungal properties, which is good for all skin types. It is very effective in getting rid of itchiness, rashes and certain skin allergy symptoms. It also helps lighten dark circles and to a certain extent prevents overproduction of melanin which is responsible for pigmentation.

Now I am going to share you what’s my feelings about it. As I told before, it has come to me as a boon or can I say blessings? The name TATHA has been derived from the Sanscrit word that means ‘Blessings’ . The brand believes in harnessing the power of natural ingredients which pours the blessings on us. Honestly speaking, it’s very much true.  I have been using the neem facewash for almost two weeks. It’s a golden-yellow coloured gel with slightly black undertone. You can see it in the  picture :

I use it twice,  in the morning and in the  evening. I scoop out a pea size amount and apply on the wet face. Massage gently for one minute, rinse off with lukewarm water , giving me fresh and smooth feeling without making the skin dry. But here I wish to say that if it comes into contact with eyes, bit stings, though it doesn’t harm at all. It smells so 6mildly that doesn’t irritate my sensitive nose , instead as I smell it at once I feel refreshed and relaxed. Before started using the face wash, I was experiencing new breakouts everyday, especially in the morning, as I get out of my bed. But now they are reducing gradually. I know it will take time, as the weather is so bad now and I  am sweating a lot. I don’t know what it does with blemishes, as I don’t have any. But my dark circles are reducing,  though I am not sure it is because of the face wash or due to my new under eye creme. As some essential oils like, Coconut oil and Sesame oil, are present in it, it retains the moisture of the skin and keep the skin hydrated for long hours. Moreover all vediccollection products are paraben free, and are not tested on animals. What else one can expect. Overall , I love this product.  So , what are you waiting for?  Go to the website of Vedic Collection and order for yours.  If you want to know whether I will repurchase it or not.  Yes I  must purchase it as I  will finish this one.

If you have any questions in your mind feel free to ask me in the comment section. And let me know if anyone will buy it and how you feel after using. More such reviews are coming . So stay tuned.

Important note:

1. This is  not any sponsored post. The product was sent to me for  a  review.

2. I have shared my personal experiences here, no one has forced me to say so.

3. The pictures are all taken by me only.

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