In my opinion, Himalayan products are affordable and accessible to newcomers. The majority of Himalaya’s products contain parabens and synthetic preservatives, but they do not test their products on animals, which is good news for animal rights advocates. The Himalaya is a brand that should be considered. Himalaya is a well-known herbal brand in the Indian market. Because Himalaya has been around for over a decade, its low prices and results-oriented formulas make it a popular choice. From face washes to lip balms to the most recent Eternity line products, Himalaya has been a constant presence in my skincare regimen.
Despite the fact that it claimed to be an anti-hairfall shampoo, this one actually made hair fall out! (mainly due to dryness). In addition to its pearly off-white colour, the shampoo has a pleasant herbal-synthetic fragrance. It lathers moderately and thoroughly cleans the scalp without a lot of effort. During the wash, there is no silicone/slippery sensation, and it is easy to remove soap residue. Clean and dry scalp are the results of air drying. As a result, my hair is constantly breaking and falling out. It is therefore essential to use a conditioner, either by pre-conditioning it with oil or by using a ready-to-use one. This shampoo did nothing to alleviate my hair-loss woes. However, it only made my hair appear thicker and fuller. For soft and smooth hair, you must use a conditioner in addition to shampoo. The quality of this product didn’t impress me in the slightest. Those with oily scalps and hair may benefit from this product.
I didn’t care about the “Fairness” claim, so I bought it as a de-tanner. Second only to the Neem pack in terms of popularity, it’s the most well-known pack. On the other hand, the performance of this pack didn’t impress me at all. I get a stinging sensation whenever I use this. If you have sensitive skin or are sensitive to burning sensations, avoid this product. This will necessitate a patch test. Aside from that, it’s effective for brightening your skin right away. Though it only lasts for a few hours, it’s still a great feeling. This clay-based face pack has all of the typical clay mask characteristics, including a creamy, semi-thick texture that is easy to spread and quickly dries, as well as a dry after-cleansing feeling and a refreshed appearance. After that, all you have to do is apply a moisturiser to keep your skin looking its best. The Fairness cream’s scent permeates the face pack. In spite of its short-term benefits, it is suitable for occasional pampering sessions at home.
I decided to purchase this sunscreen because it was so inexpensive. It’s a white lotion with a medium-thickness consistency, as the name suggests. When applied to the skin, it absorbs quickly and blends in seamlessly. This is a sunscreen that hydrates and gives the skin a dewy glow. It was a little heavy on my oily skin during the summer, but it was perfect on cooler days. This is best for people with combination or dry skin. For me, the combination of sun protection and lotion makes this an excellent sunscreen. Himalaya Sunscreen contains Cinnabloc, a US Patent active sunscreen agent extracted from various herbs that effectively protects the skin from UVA and UVB rays. This sunscreen is a good investment as a body sunscreen because we use so many different products on our bodies, and it’s so cheap for 100 ml. If you have combination dry skin, you can use this sunscreen on both your face and your body.
Many college students in India have a fondness for Himalayan products, such as this one. Almost everyone who has acne has tried this face wash at least once. Neem and turmeric, two of its primary ingredients, are powerful acne-fighting agents. As long as it isn’t hormonal, this face wash has lived up to its claims of preventing pimples. A greenish-yellow gel is used to wash the face. Lathers well even with just a pea-sized amount of product. This face wash removed all of my skin’s impurities and oils, leaving my face feeling clean and fresh. After cleansing, my skin can feel a little dry, so I always apply a moisturiser right away. You should give this face wash a try if you’re just getting started with skincare.
This was my first cleansing milk/makeup remover combination. I had only used it to remove my makeup from my face. Because it stings and causes redness when used to remove eye makeup. Anyway, I prefer to remove my eye makeup with Soulflower Olive Oil. In terms of the product itself, the Himalaya cleansing milk is a milky white lotion with a smooth, runny consistency. The fragrance is synthetic but pleasant, similar to that of other cleansing milks. I usually take a generous amount of cleansing milk and immediately begin massaging it into my skin to melt my makeup before wiping it away with a cotton pad. This step removes all of my makeup and leaves my skin slightly oily, if not moisturised (for dry skin ladies). Personally, I prefer to follow up with a face wash because it leaves me feeling super clean and happy without the worry of breakouts. If you’re a fan of cleansing milk for makeup removal, you should give this a shot. It removes makeup, cleanses deeply, and leaves the skin feeling fresh and clear.
The Himalaya Lip Balm is a great value for the money, even though there are better lip balm formulas out there. In college, I used a lot of this Lip Balm, just like I used a lot of this face wash. Because it was so small, I could fit it in my pencil pouch for 20 rupees. Sweet and fruity, it’s a thick, clear gel. Since the scent dissipates so quickly, it isn’t a big deal. If applied during the day, this lip balm will keep your lips hydrated, soft, and smooth for about two to three hours, or all night if applied at night. Actually, I don’t wake up at night and check my lips for dryness! When I wake up in the morning, my lips are neither dry nor moisturised. When not in use, they don’t look the same because they’re never cracked the same way they were before. You’ll need to reapply frequently because this lip balm doesn’t last long. With matte and liquid lipsticks, it is ideal.
Face wipes aren’t something I use every day. Because I was going on a trip, I knew I’d need them. For the simple fact that it was a new release, I decided to purchase it. Himalaya Facial Wipes come in two varieties: Neem and Aloe, which are suitable for oily and dry skin, respectively. My intention was to use it as a makeup remover despite the fact that I have oily skin. This product is similar to any other soft, semi-thick fabric facial wipes on the market today. The wipes are moist but not drenched to the point where they drip. You can remove all of your face makeup using just one wipe, and you don’t have to keep going back and forth between wipes either. It stings when used to remove eye make-up, so be careful when doing it. In the same way that I use Soulflower Olive Oil to melt down my eye makeup, I then use these wipes to remove the remaining oil residue. In this case, I don’t feel any stinging. Following the use of this product, my skin feels slightly irritated, so I always follow it with a face wash. It is true that the wipes leave my oily skin feeling moisturised and sticky. The tingling sensation after using these wipes prevents me from using them on-the-go as they claim, so I can’t see myself doing so. My skin type might be better served by the Neem variant.
I’m not sure how I feel about this product. Sometimes this cream worked and other times it didn’t work. Beige cream is the colour of pimple cream. It needs to be massaged into the skin thoroughly before it can be fully absorbed. This product has a mattifying, fairness cream-like effect when applied to the entire face, which I do not like. On the other hand, I’m averse to applying this product all over my face. This is a product that I use only on spots of active acne. It can take some time for the acne to clear up because it is a herbal product. Acne-inducing redness is greatly reduced by the cream. On the other hand, severe or cystic acne does not respond to this method of treating it. You may not like the smell of the cream because of its strong herbal flavouring. No matter how cheap a pimple cream is, it’s worth a try. This cream, according to a friend who uses it religiously, may prove to be a game changer for you.
After using a pumice stone to remove dryness and cracks from your heels, use this product on a regular basis.
My body lotions and butters also double as foot creams, so I don’t need to buy separate products. My heels were already broken, so I had no choice but to buy one. As a result, I purchased Himalaya Foot Care Cream, which is the cheapest foot cream on the market. My cracks healed in just two weeks after using this method. Also, I made sure to take care of my feet before bed by soaking my feet in warm water for 20 minutes, patting dry, and applying the cream. Your cracked feet don’t require an expensive cream. With regular use of this Himalaya Foot Cream, you’ll notice a noticeable improvement in your feet. Those with dry, cracked heels and sore feet will appreciate this must-have item. Your feet will smell fresh and clean after using this product. One of the most popular Himalayan products is this one.
Towards the end of last year, the anti-aging Youth Eternity Day Cream was introduced. I made this purchase on Nykaa on a whim. As most day creams don’t work for my skin, except for the Blue Nectar Brightening Cream, I purchased the smallest size possible to be on the safe side. The Youth Eternity Day Cream is non-greasy, quickly absorbed, and has a silicone smoothness effect. It provides long-lasting hydration to the skin without leaving it greasy. It does, however, give the skin a dewy glow. As a result, I didn’t have any breakouts of acne. Like Lacto Calamine Lotion’s pale pink lotion consistency, this cream looks and feels like it. I’m not a fan of the scent because it’s very herbal and overpowering. The claim that it reduces fine lines, wrinkles, and re-plumps my face isn’t something I’ve experienced, so I’m unsure if it’s true. In general, I think this is a good day cream with a good SPF for combination skin.