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Top 5 Skincare Products Under INR 500 - Dry Skin






5 Skincare Products Under INR 500 - Dry Skin

When I started blogging, the initial years were all about using, reviewing and writing about products that I could get my hands on easily. This obviously meant that the majority of the products that I used were essentially drugstore or budget buys... Then I got recognition by PRs and brands and my horizon with respect to skincare and beauty products broadened and I got easy access to expensive and luxurious products...






However, to be honest, my favourite skincare products are a homogeneous mixture of both expensive as well as budget products... They go hand-in-hand with my daily skincare regimen and I have to attribute my skin's health to both kinds of products equally...

Hence today, I decided to share with you all, my Top 5 Skincare Products Under INR 500 for Dry Skin. I promise I will have a similar post up for Oily Skin as well :)

So lets get right into it...

1. Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser Face Cream

This probably comes as surprise to you all cause I don't think I have ever mentioned this ever on the blog :) But honestly, I am a huge fan of anything Nivea and the Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser is literally a game changer for my skin... I use it all year round, as a day cream during the winters and a night cream during the summers. It is a winner and I genuinely cannot think of my life without it. I carry it with me on vacations, I have a small pot of it in my handbag that I carry to office and of course a big pot sitting right in the middle of my dresser :)


Its super moisturising, gets absorbed quickly and makes my skin feel like silk.

Price of Nivea Soft Light Moisturiser: INR 230/- for 200 ml







2. Just Herbs Silky Splash Neem-Bitter Orange Facial Wash

I have been using this face wash since more than a year now and I am extremely impressed with it. It is mild, yes really mild and no it won't take your makeup off. But there's something about it that works so beautifully on your skin and leaves it supple and smooth. It isn't drying at all and it literally feels like honey :)


Review Link

Price of Just Herbs Silky Splash Neem-Bitter Orange Face Wash: INR 245/- for 100 ml


3. Just Herbs Apricot Sparkle Skin Radiance Scrub

Another Just Herbs product and another winner, the Apricot Sparkle Skin Radiance Scrub literally makes your skin sparkling clean and exfoliated. It is mild but surprisingly gets the job done so well that you are left stunned at how you have ever endured other face scrubs in the past. It has a very subtle nutty fragrance and is not drying at all... You have to use it to understand why I really love this gem of a product!


Review Link

Price of Just Herbs Apricot Sparkle Skin Radiance Scrub: INR 295/- for 100 ml


4. FabIndia Charcoal Face Pack

When I talk about budget skincare products FabIndia has to feature... But you already knew that :)
The FabIndia Charcoal Face Pack would be perfect for oily skin skin but it works for me wonderfully when I apply it only on the oily parts of my face i.e. the T-zone... It's great, it smells yummy, kind of makes me feel really fresh and clean and it sure is a must have product during the Summers!


Review Link

Price of FabIndia Charcoal Face Pack: INR 280/-


5. FabIndia Lemongrass Facial Mist

This is not really a must have but it sure is an amazing feel good product! Its super handy as a toner, as a medium to mix your face packs and the best of all it is really rejuvenates tired skin when sprayed directly. I carry it when I travel and it helps me alleviate dryness and stretchiness of my skin. It's yummy fragrance is really refreshing and instantly perks me up!


Price of FabIndia Lemongrass Facial Mist: INR 150/- for 50 ml 


Which are your budget skincare favourite products? Do share them with me :)

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  1. I love Silkplash. It is just perfect. I have not used the FabIndia facial spray but I am adding it to my to-buy list :)

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