OilCraft Naturals Panch Pushp Facial Mist Review
As many of you know, I love using rose water as toner/facial mist and have been using them for the last couple of years. You can read my reviews on the rose waters from Kama Ayurveda, Forest Essentials & Good Earth. I was planning to try other facial mist like Lavender, Mogra and found that it was sold by Kama Ayurveda but as usual the cost was a dampening factor for me. So I came across this brand called Oilcraft Naturals in few blogs and purchased three different facial mist from them, I have used the Mogra variant which I reviewed here and which I did not like so much, the panch pushp is the next floral water I tried from Oilcraft, let’s see how this turned out for me.
₹ 400 for 200 mL
About the Product
Oilcraft Naturals Panch Pushp water is a unique blend of the extract of 5 flowers which are unique to the India sub-continent. This fragrant extract is prepared by steam distillation of each individual component and later condensing the vapours, which results in a product of unmatched quality and benefits. Each flower contributes its own benefits and properties like Mogra for hydration, Rose for toning, Saffron for healing, Kewra for cooling & softening & Marigold for cleansing. This distillate is an excellent hydration mist for the face as well as the body and doubles up as a unique natural perfume. It works as a toner and moisturizer for the daily skin care routine and also balances the skin’s PH levels. Regular and correct usage of this product reduces age spots, fine lines and enhances general well-being.
The Panch Pushp facial mist comes in a bulky plastic bottle with a spray and you can transfer it into small spray bottles. The Panch Pushp water is yellow in color and has an intense smell for the first few weeks you use it, but, the smell subsides after a couple of weeks or then you might have got used to it :D. It definitely has an intense floral smell, but I am not able to pinpoint the correct fragrance. If you used the Panch Pushp facial mist from Forest Essentials, the smell is quite similar but the Oilcraft one is slightly more intense. I have used the Panch Pushp facial mist from Forest Essentials two years back and liked the smell, so I like this one too especially when the intense smell has subsided. The mist gives a refreshed feeling and it lightly hydrates my face like rose water. I had complaints with the Mogra version may be due to a bad batch but this one looked and smelled fresh and lovely. If I have to pick any one of the panch pushp water from Oilcraft or Forest Essentials, I would happily pick this one for the price and quantity provided as I did not find any major difference between the two floral waters. This will last for 3-4 months if you use it twice nad I usually spray a lot on my face after washing my face each time. I also have the rose variant from Oilcraft and looking forward to using that too. I love this floral water even with its intense smell and if I have to buy it again I would be happy to buy it and hence it goes into my favorite list here.
Sturdy transparent pump packaging
Smells lovely but strong (though it is a personal choice)
Leaves the skin lightly hydrated
Soothes the skin and leaves it refreshed
Can be used on all skin types
Available widely online in major shopping websites
Good price for the quantity provided
Will last for 3-4 months if used twice daily
Smell strong at least for the first couple of weeks and sensitive noses and those who do not like floral fragrance might not like it
Availability, though they are available online, but sometimes they go out of stock and it takes time to see them in stock again
Prettykooll rating: 4/5
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