Rs 65/- for 50gm with a shell life of 3 years.
Ingredients& Directions for Use:
Himalaya skin products suits my skin well but never gives an instant or jaw dropping results. I love to have them in my routine skin care and helps to keep my skin problem free. Himalaya Apricot Scrub comes in tube packaging which is hygienic to use & doesn’t create any mess around.I usually stay away from Apricot scrubs as they tend to be very harsh on my skin specially Lotus Apricot Scrub but Himalaya’s is a mild creamy scrub with exfoliating particles having just right kind of abrasiveness for my skin. I don’t find them too coarse or too mild on my skin. I always prefer to use cream based scrubs for my dry skin. I was so happy after using it for first time that it was not at all abrasive or harsh on my skin.
I like the fragrance of the scrub but for some people it might be overpowering.. It doesn’t dry out my skin and I use this thrice a week without any concerns. I don’t have blackheads so can’t comment on its capability for removing blackheads but it certainly makes my skin squeaky clean , fresh , glowing & supple without any dryness.
- Very economical.
- Tube packaging.
- It’s a cream based scrub which doesn’t dry out my skin.
- The granules have just right abrasiveness for exfoliating my skin without being harsh on it.
- I love the fragrance.
What I Don’t Like about Himalaya Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub:
- Contains Parabens.
The scrub does justice to its claim & is very economical. Not abrasive, smells good & effective. Highly recommended.
PS: Product sent by brand for consideration. This however has not affected my review.