6 Dec 2016

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Himalaya Herbals Revitalizing Night Cream Review

I haven't used any cream or moisturiser over the past 5 years that is in my late 20s. I have started to take my night cream and skincare regime quite seriously now onwards, early new year resolutions you might say ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰. I was a big time jerk when I thought that moisturiser or cream causes acne ๐Ÿ˜ฒ. 

I asked one my favourite bloggers and she suggested me to use the Himalaya Herbals Revitalizing Night Cream and am totally loving the results. Read more to know how my skin loved this cream and what benefits it has to offer for acne prone oily skin.


Brand Claims and Ingredients -



My experience-
The cream comes in a heavy glass jar packaging with a twist cap. The cream is  white in colour and has a pleasant floral fragrance. The fragrance is not at all bothering and remains for some time after applying the cream. Once I start using the cream, first few days the fragrance was a little bothersome, all thanks to my picky nose. After few days I got used to it and it didn't have any problem. The fragrance is very subtle but I don't like fragrances of floral kinds and my picky nose immediately sneezes ๐Ÿ˜ž.



Now coming to the texture of the night cream it is a bit gel sort and thin consistency. The cream is light weight in short. The cream spreads easily on the skin and gets easily absorbed in the skin and doesn't leave a oily residue behind. Even if we apply the cream in excess, it doesn't feel oily. A very less quantity of cream is required for the whole face.

After applying the cream I felt fresh and rejuvenated. The cream hydrates and moisturises the skin sufficiently. The facial skin becomes plump and even toned after applying this night cream. Skin feels smooth and soft after applying and in the morning visibly smoother skin is what I wake up to.

I have oily skin and it didn't break me out or didn't make my skin look or feel oily. It works on pigmentation very slowly due to AHA in it, rather it takes around one month to show visible effects. But that is not a problem as the cream is paraben free and the major reason am using this cream is for basic moisturization purpose. For me that is important rather than reducing my pigmentation. I have also seen any visible effects on my acne scars, but very slowly it works on them. Don't expect overnight results, slowly and steadily it does show effects. Have patience๐Ÿ˜ƒ.



The In
  • Lightweight cream for oily skin
  • Contains Water lily and Tomato Extracts 
  • Pleasant floral fragrance which is not bothering
  • Suits oily acne prone skin
  • Free of Parabens
  • Gets absorbed in skin readily even if applied in excess
  • Works on reducing pigmentation, slowly though, might take months to show effects 
  • Provides sufficient mositure to the skin
  • Doesn't leave an oily residue
  • Doesn't make skin look or feel oily even if applied in excess
  • Gives a cooling, smooth feeling to the skin
  • Non comdogenic and hypollaregenic
  • Dermatologically and clinically tested
  • Budget friendly
  • Product lasts longer as only small quantity is required for each use
The Out
  • Formula won't be sufficient for dry skin
  • Non travel friendly packaging 

Price, Shelf life and availability - 200 INR for 50 ml with a shelf life if 3 years. Easily available online as well as in stores like here.

Recommendation -
I would totally recommend the Himalaya Herbals Revitalizing Night Cream for oily skinned beauties who are looking out for basic night time skincare routine. It works on pigmentation and acne scars but very slowly, rather it takes months to show visible effects. It may not suit dry skinned beauties as the cream is very lightweight and won't provide sufficient moisture to dry skin. However I have found my Holy Grail night cream for my oily acne prone skin. Do give it a try if you have oily skin ๐Ÿ˜ƒ.
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