Vedic collection: Rose and olive face wash review

Vedic collection: Rose and olive face wash review

Hey everyone, today I’m going to be sharing the review of the Rose and Olive face wash by Tāthā. 

Vedic collection: Rose and olive face wash review

I’ve been using this face wash for over a month and I think it’s safe to say this: I love it. Well, without further ado, let’s get started! 

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Website: Vedic Collection

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Quantity: 100 ml/ 3.38 oz

Price: 400 Rs.

Shelf life: 18 months from date of mfg.

Ingredients: Olive oil, coconut oil, Rosemary oil, Rosewood oil, Geranium oil, Almond oil, Rose powder and coconut water. 

Vedic collection: Rose and olive face wash review

My Verdict: 

I think the ingredients put in this are pretty simple and safe for everyone, even for people with ultra sensitive skin. The face wash is a sort of caramel colored liquid which comes in a pump bottle. The pump  ensures that there is no germy contact and that you get an fair amount of product in one go. As the brand claims, it is 100% natural and paraben free! 

The smell is a faint, sweet rosy smell which reminds me of Roses and spring! The consistency is liquid-y, much like plain water. Coming to the face wash, it’s amazing, it’s very gentle and subtle and perfectly cleanses my skin after a long day. 

The sweet smell stays for sometime and then vanishes. Overall, I think this face wash is truly ‘Nature’s blessing’. However, I do feel that the face wash could be priced at a lesser price, given that the quantity is only 100 ml. Otherwise, I think it’s fabulous!

Vedic collection: Rose and olive face wash review

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Pros: 

  • 100% Natural
  • Recyclable 
  • Essential oil
  • Not tested on Animals
  • Paraben free

Cons:

  • Expensive

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Until next time,

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