Monday, 12 January 2015

Go scrub-a-dub-dub with Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash

By Tarry

Hello my sweeties and lovelies...

Well, the last one week was really hectic and roller coaster kinds for me. Seriously, seems the new year actually has decided to keep me on my toes... 
Hoping for some magic now... 
Well, I haven't been much on shopping spree at the moment. Reasons reasons... and both Tripti and Aakriti have been on a travelling mode... But seems now things are much in control. 
Well anyways, that's some long blabbering... :-) 
I have never been a winter skincare kinda girl. Means, no separate products for summers and winters. But this time around, I went in for a change. After all, my skin has started changing too. So why not the products. 
Going for this, I decided to buy some exfoliating face wash which could give me mild, not heavy duty kind of a clean feel. And take care of those occasional dry patches. 
So here's how I landed on to the 
Biotique Bio Papaya Exfoliating Face wash 

Indian beauty blog Go scrub-a-dub-dub with Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash

What the product claims
This fresh foaming gel is blended with pure papaya fruit to dissolve dead surface cells, unclog pore openings and smooth the way for clear skin to surface. Gentle refining action uncovers skin's natural brightness for a younger-looking complexion.

Ingredients : Papita (Carica papaya), Akhrot chhal (Juglans regia), Neem (Melia azadirachta indica), Banhaldi (Curcuma aromatica), Ritha (Sapindus mukorossi), Kikar gaund (Acacia arabica), Ground nut oil, Purified himalayan water Q.S.

Indian beauty blog Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash details
Price
INR 90 for 100 ml   

Availability
Almost all shops selling Biotique stuff, and also online. 

Indian beauty blog Go scrub-a-dub-dub with Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash
On the outside
The translucent squeezy tube which can be squeezed easily. The bright green flip open cap ensures that the product stays secure and doesn't spill. But wait.... this flip open cap's point that secures it can break. It has happened with three of my other biotique tubes also. 
Then, it not only becomes nearly impossible to squeeze the product out, but also ensure that it doesn't leak. Biotique certainly needs to work hard on the caps. 
The tube has all details and ingredients as well.   

Indian beauty blog  Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash review
On the inside
Hmmm.... even after bad packaging, I think this product fares well for me. It's very light green in colour and has mild herbal smell. It is a gel formular which lathers lightly. Has mild exfoliation (not visible) which does leave the skin with a nice fresh and clean feeling. Doesn't dry out the skin so seems good for both oily and dry skin. Gives a nice glow (maybe because of the exfoliation). Overall, I kind of like this.   

Indian lifestyle blog Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash gel swatch
Thumbs Up for
-  A trusted brand like Biotique
-  Easily available
-  Not very expensive.
- Has a nice herbal smell that is not overwhelming. 
-  Has a nice mild exfoliating effect. 
- Doesn't dry or breakout the skin and suits all types. 

Indian lifestyle blog Biotique's Bio Papaya face wash gel swatch

Thumbs Down for
-   Bad flip top cap packaging. 

PEL Rating 
4.7 out of 5  

PEL SHOUTS
Biotique Bio Papaya Exfoliating Face wash is a mild face wash that also exfoliates a bit and makes the skin look quite clean. It does a decent job and nothing heavy duty. For those who like some scrubby scrubby faces washes, this can be a good buy... 

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Have you tried the Biotique face wash ?
Which is your favourite variant?

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3 comments:

  1. I would give a try,,seems good for dry patches this winter :)

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  2. thanks for dropping by anubhuti... well yes, it is a good one for dry patches...

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  3. I have tried this one! Worked well for me! :)

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