Patanjali aloe vera cream review

Hi, my Angels!

So winters is finally in its full swing and is certainly taking a toll on my dry skin. It is crucial to keep your skin well moisturized all the time. So recently I bought the Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream and thought of giving it a try. And after about a week of use today I have for you patanjali aloe vera cream review and my thoughts on the product.


Patanjali aloe vera cream review

INR 75 for 50 gm.


Patanjali aloe vera cream review

It comes in a outer cardboard packaging. The cream comes in a plastic tub packaging with a green screw cap. I really liked the packaging as its small and travel friendly. I just don’t find the tub packaging hygienic, I don’t know what’s up with all herbal brands and their love for tub packaging. Even most of the biotique products come in similar tub packaging. However for the price this cream comes for I can’t really complain.

Key ingredients:

Patanjali aloe vera cream review

Product description:

Patanjali aloe vera cream review

Prevents ageing and dehydration of skin, protects skin against winter dryness & roughness, makes skin soft, smooth and beautiful.

Patanjali aloe vera cream review

My experience:

Patanjali aloe vera cream review

Now coming to the cream itself, it is white in color and has a thick consistency. It has a very light fragrance that disappears in few minutes. On applying it gets quickly absorbed into the skin. It does not feel heavy on the skin, neither had it provided intense hydration to my dry skin. But overall i think it will be more suitable for people with normal to oily skin. A re application will be needed soon for people with dry skin. One thing I really liked about the cream is it doesn’t feel greasy at all. I did find it similar to the Biotique coconut cream, although I would say that Biotique one is slightly better than this. But the difference in price is almost double, so this is worth a try for sure.


• It keeps the skin nourished and moisturized.
• Does not make skin greasy.
• It does not contain parabens.
• Affordable and easily available on stores as well as online.


• Tub packaging seems unhygienic.
• Does not provide intense hydration.



Do I recommend?

I think it will be perfect for people with normal to oily skin types for winters. But if you have fry skin you might want to skip on this one. It is a value for money cream and overall descent skin hydration is provided. Surely can be tried once.

Will I repurchase?

Yes, I might use this one more like a hand cream. At this price I think it is a good product. Maybe during summers it will be better for my skin type as well.


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