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Fabindia Tea Tree Face Wash: Review

BY SOMREETA MUKHERJEE

I have oily acne-prone skin. While summers can be really testing times with all the dirt, grease and sweat posing threat to the texture of my skin, winters are somewhat pleasant. I don’t have to worry about excess oil secretion and sweat on my face. However, post cleansing, I don’t like the dryness I experience when I use the face cleansers that suit me so effectively during summers. So, this winter, I picked the Fabindia Tea Tree Face Wash to give it a try.

Fabindia Tea Tree Face Wash comes in a sturdy plastic transparent bottle with a flip-open cap and green label. Its sleek and petite; hence, travel friendly. The product is clear in texture, somewhat gel-like but runny in consistency. It has a greenish tinge and smells of tea tree. While some may find it strong, I am quite fond of tea tree fragrance.


Available at Rs 95 for 50 ml, it is indeed a pocket friendly option. I pour the required amount and use it on my face after splashing some water. I use it twice daily and skin feels cleansed, sans dryness.


FABINDIA TEA TREE FACE WASH: PROS

  • Affordable
  • Suitable for normal to oily acne-prone skin
  • Cleanses well
  • Pleasant fragrance of tea tree
  • Helps combat the outbreak of mild acne and pimples
  • Sturdy and neat packaging

 

FABINDIA TEA TREE FACE WASH: CONS

  • Contains SLES

 

FINAL WORD

It is a decent pocket-friendly cleanser for normal to oily acne-prone skin for daily use. Rating would be 4 out of 5

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