Review | Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

Hiya readers! I hope you all are doing well. I noticed that I haven’t reviewed a single Patanjali product till now on my blog even though I use many of them in my daily life. So I decided to do a very quick review of this Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash. Read on to know more about this super affordable face wash by Patanjali!

 

 

 

 

Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash
Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

About Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash is the combination of natural herbs, Neem, Tulsi and Haldi and honey. It is 100% soap free deep cleansing gel, specially formulated for oily, sensitive and acne prone skin. Neem, Tulsi and Haldi are natural antiseptic. It removes impurities and prevents pimple and acne. Mulethi gives freshness. Aloe vera and honey make skin soft, smooth and help to glowing skin.

Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash
Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

Ingredients

Aloe Barbadensis | Honey | Orange Peel | Basil | Turmeric | Neem | Mulaithi | Aqua | Gel Base | Colour | Methylisothiazolinone | Potassium Sorbate | Sugandhit Dravya-Q.S.

Price – Rs.45/- | Quantity – 60g | Shelf Life – 18 Months from MFG | Availability – Available on all online and offline stores.

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My Take

I have used most of the variants of Patanjali face wash. When it comes to hair care products and face washes, my dad prefers to buy only Patanjali ones. You will always find 2-3 Patanjali products lying in our bathroom’s shower caddie. ๐Ÿ˜ I love their hair cleansers A LOT – that’s why I have been using them non stop since last 2-3 years! โ˜บ Moving on to the review of this Honey Orange Face Wash, it comes in the typical patanjali face wash packaging with a flip flap cap on top and some basic information about the product on the back. Its packaging is very hygienic and travel friendly.

Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash
Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash
Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash
Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

The face wash is of yellowish-orange colour and kind of looks like honey. Now, by reading Honey as its main ingredient you must be thinking that it has a delicious smell, but it actually smells more like orange zest/orange peel/citrus sinensis i.e. a little bitter. I am not a big fan of honey, be it in my food or skincare, but I love this face wash. It has a gel like consistency and feels more like a cleanser instead of a face wash. It has a soap free formula so it doesn’t foam at all, but still cleanses the skin well.

I have used this face wash to remove my makeup, clean my makeup brushes and my makeup sponge as well. It does a great job of removing every single bit of makeup from my face. I don’t think that I will ever need any makeup remover if I have this face wash, neither a makeup brush/sponge cleaner! ๐Ÿ˜€ I will strictly recommend this product only to those with oily/combination skin because it can be veryyyyyy drying for normal/dry skinned people, even though it contains aloe and honey.

Also read :ย 5 Best Face Packs For Oily, Acne Prone Skin

What I liked aboutย Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

  • SUPERDUPER AFFORDABLE! Costs only Rs.45 – That’s less than $1!
  • Easily available anywhere across India and in some foreign countries as well.
  • Hygienic and travel friendly packaging.
  • Gets rid of oil and sweat from face.
  • Gives very soothing sensation to the skin
  • Works as a makeup remover and brushes/sponge cleaner.

 

What I didn’t like aboutย Patanjali Honey Orange Face Wash

  • Contains some chemicals.
  • Will not suit dry/normal skin at all.

31 Comments

  1. Oh, I liked the packaging of this Pantajali Orange wash, and it’s definitely good for travelling, but as you said it is not so good for dry skin – mine tends to be a bit so and is very sensitive, it’s a sad no for me ๐Ÿ™ I love orange products!
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  2. Patanjali products are revolutionary. at this price so much to offer.
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