Suganda Neem Green Tea Plant Mask Review
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About Suganda Neem Green Tea Plant Mask:
A mask for oily and acne prone skin, to control oiliness, breakouts and to give anti-oxidant and healing benefits of green tea to the skin. Also helps with sun damage. A fantastic anti-ageing Mask for oily skin suited for sensitive skin.
400 INR for 25 gm, 750 INR for 50 gm.
Organic Green tea, Organic Neem, and Organic Rice.
Directions For Use:
You need to dispense the required quantity of product in a bowl and then form a smooth paste by adding plain water, Rosewater or cucumber water in it. Apply the paste on the face using your fingers or a face pack brush in an upwards and outwards direction.
My Experience With Suganda Neem Green Tea Plant Mask:
The product comes in a round jar with a screw cap made of plastic. The packaging might get slight messy if you are not careful when opening it for the first time because the product is totally stuffed in and slight carelessness might cause spillage. Since it is in powder form, the spillage won't be a dreadful one. Generally, powder face masks are not meant to be traveled with but if you are like me and only prefer powder ones, the plastic packaging is perfect for traveling with. The only thing I really wished was a spatula with it. Otherwise, the packaging is decent.
The face mask is light greenish in color and has a slightly coarse texture. I believe this is because of the presence of crumbled green tea and rice powder. Due to my sensitive skin, I only prefer using the face mask with rose water to form a paste. The smell is of raw rice powder with a slight whiff of neem. It is not bothering at all and fades off after few minutes of application.
When I first applied the mask on my face, there was no tingling or burning sensation at all. Honestly, my skin is so sensitive that I always stay away from chemically prepared products but this one was a total winner. I applied it like a semi-thick layer on the skin and it took around 30 minutes to dry under the fan. Once it starts drying, it kind of stretches the skin and you can understand when it's time to wash off. I simply wet my face and slowly massage it in a circular motion to remove it. The rice powder scrubs away all the dead cells and it works both as a face mask and scrub for me. I wash off the pack with cold water and apply aloe vera gel as a moisturizer.
The ingredients used in this face mask are apt for oily acne prone skin. The neem has anti-bacterial properties to prevent the acne issues. It might take some time to show the effect on acne but it surely prevents. Thankfully, I am not facing any breakout issue after using this mask. The green tea is antioxidant in nature and fades off the pigmentation and sun tan. The rice powder is an excellent ingredient to suck up the greasy layer, cleanse the skin and scrub away the dead cells. After using it, my skin felt extremely clear and fresh. It does take off every layer of oil and is good for oily skin but will act as a disadvantage for dry skin. Due to the ongoing exams, my skin looks slight dull, so I was expecting some sort of brightening factor but there was no glow at all.
Coming to the price tag, it is surely pricey in my opinion. I do agree the results are good with this mask but not extraordinary to have such an exorbitant price tag.
Pros Of Suganda Neem Green Tea Plant Mask:
- Decent packaging.
- Organic face mask.
- Great for normal to the oily acne prone skin.
- No burning or tingling sensation.
- Prevents acne.
- Cleanses the pores well.
- Sucks up the greasy layer from skin.
- Scrubs the dead cells.
- The goodness of green tea, neem, and rice powder.
Cons Of Suganda Neem Green Tea Plant Mask:
- Not meant for dry skin.
- No brightening effect to the tired and dull skin.
Diva Likes Rating:
This face mask is a great option for normal to oily and acne prone skin that thoroughly cleanses and scrubs away the dirt, grease and dead cells from the skin. It also prevents acne and surely is a great one if you are convinced to splurge a little.
Contributed By: Salomi Das