“A unique blend of minerals and clays for youthful glowing skin.”
I wish this were completely true, as they had forgotten to mention that it has other harmful ingredients in it. Read further for a complete review of this product.
Price & Quantity:
Rs.60/- for 60g.
Fullers Earth, Mixed Clay, Aloe Vera, Aqua, pack base, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, Sugandhit Dravya-QS
Note: The chemical ingredients are mentioned but in small font size.
My Thoughts on Patanjali Multani Face Pack:
This face pack is just like any other face pack that comes in a tube. The moist formula is easily spreadable and smells really good (like it has rose water). After I use this face pack there is a visible difference on my face. It actually glows. While I was loving this face pack, I accidently went through all that text on the back of the tube and one thing SHOCKED me!
I was under the thought that Patanjali products were more or less natural than most of the packs out there. I did expect some chemicals, but not what I found. At first glance, only the natural ingredients are visible and the ingredients directly beneath them are easily missed out as the font size is minuscule.
I try to minimize at least some of the possible chemicals like Parabens from the beauty and makeup regime as I believe that using them often will actually lead to harm. I felt unbelievably disheartened to see these ingredients in what could have possibly been my favorite and go-to beauty product.
So, here’s how it is in a nutshell.
- Brightens face
- Easily available
- Travel-friendly pack
- Contains Parabens
I will not be using it for one reason – it contains Parabens. I don’t need any more reasons. And a warning: Do look at the super fine prints on Patanjali products.
Have you used this face pack, and what are your thoughts on it? Do comment below and let us know.
Thanks for reading!