Welcome back to my blog! Today I have for you another one of my favorite skincare products, the VLCC Indian Berberry scrub! I have been using this for as long as I can remember and is a staple in my skincare regimen. So let’s jump right into the review!
What The Product Claims: This remarkable product exfoliates, cleans and refreshes the skin. Indian Berberry extracts make this exfoliator apt for all skin types that help in removal of dead skin cells and blackheads, thereby leading to regeneration of newer ones.
Packaging: The scrub comes in a see-through tube packaging which is quite sturdy as well as travel friendly. The tube has a flip top cap that shuts tightly with a click.
My Experience With The Product: The VLCC Indian Berberry scrub has a very smooth, creamy and slightly thick formula that easily spreads on the skin. It contains tiny exfoliating granules that work effectively. Apply the scrub on your face and neck and massage gently. However, do not rub too vigorously else it can damage your skin. Leave it on for 5-7 minutes and rinse off.
The scrub works wonderfully in removing the layer of dead skin cells; without being too harsh. It also gets rid of whiteheads, however it could not completely remove the stubborn blackheads. It leaves the face fresh, clean and healthy and does not dry it out. In fact, it moisturizes the skin and imparts a natural glow as well. Rinsing it off is not a problem either! It easily comes off in a single wash. And, the fragrance is also mild that would not bother sensitive noses. The scrub can be easily obtained through online shopping portals.
- Smooth & creamy texture
- Exfoliates the skin effectively
- Makes the skin clean and fresh
- Subtle pleasant fragrance
- Easily available
- Budget friendly
- Can be a bit harsh for sensitive skin
- Does not completely gets rid of blackheads
Price: Rs 220 for 80 gm
Final Thoughts: Overall, I am in love with this product. This is the one and only scrub that I have been using for a long time now and I always have an extra one restocked as well. So have you tried the VLCC Indian Berberry scrub lately?