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A tiny bottle that has a heavenly fragrance – could this little package deliver big results? Let’s find out!

I’m not a huge fan of applying too many creams or makeup on a daily basis. Most of the time, I rarely have an opportunity to indulge in labourious routines that require special attention towards skin care. However, these have been stressful times, with isolation and uncertainty being high in the lives of all. The result has been visible – my skin had breakouts and a dullness and the impact of worry definitely showed up in different ways on my skin.

I came across the Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail across many social media platforms. I’d already read about the brand – Just Herbs, and I am aware that they do not use parabens and other harmful chemicals. They have a range of products that are entirely natural with the knowledge of Ayurveda combined in their formulations. Of late, I am quite conscious about the brands I use in terms of the ingredients and I find the collection of Just Herbs quite amazing!  

About Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail and its Effects

The oil does not leave you feeling sticky or irritable, in fact, the oil is absorbed well into the skin as soon as its application. This is an award-winning 100% natural product which includes 17 precious herbs such as sandalwood, vetiver and nagkesar (Indian rose chestnut). These ingredients are a part of a classical formulation and you can view more details below. The product won the ‘Best Face Oil’ at the Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards (2019). The skin feels nice and soft. I am not sure if it can help to remove blemishes but it does its work well. 

The Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail has a great fragrance and all you need is 2-3 drops for application at night. Rub the oil in a circular motion on your face and let the oil do its work. The product is marketed as a glow boosting oil, and perhaps, suited for the current atmosphere! The winter days are chilly in Bangalore, and I was excited to try the oil.

I have applied only kajal and lipstick in this photograph.

Ingredient List of Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

These are the details as mentioned on their website.

“Classical formulation (Ayurvedic formulary of india) sesame (sesamum indicum) oil, palash (butea monosperma), sandalwood (santalum album), laksha (laccifer lacca), indian madder (rubia cordifolia), mulethi* (glycyrrhiza glabra), safflower (carthamus tinctorious), vetiver (vetiveria zizanioides) roots, himalayan wild cherry (prunus cerasoides), sacred lotus flower (nelumbo nucifera), banyan aerial roots (ficus bengalensis), palaksh (ficus lacor), padma kesar (nelumbo nucifera), henna (lawsonia inermis), turmeric root (curcuma longa), indian sarsaparilla (hemisdesmus indicus), patang (caesalpinia sappan).

About the preparation:
This is as mentioned on their website:

We cook these in cold-pressed sesame oil according to tail-pak vidhi (the traditional ayurvedic way of oil making) to prepare our signature version of this classical ayurvedic formulation.

Packaging and Pricing:

It was packed well and comes with a dropper that allows you to be specific about the quantity. The price is Rs. 1595 (15 ml), and the bottle, although small in size will last you for many months.

If you’re wondering, “What about the side effects of Kimsukadi Tail?,” well, I’d say, do not worry, just go for it. You can also try it on your elbow and keep the oil overnight to test the product before you apply it as a facial oil.

The Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail works well if you want a fuss-free routine that is 100% natural, and is light on the skin. Well, I’m planning to explore the brand for more products! 

Get the Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail here. Do share your photographs with me on social media!

Disclaimer: This is not a paid review. The product was sent as a gift and I am glad to have reviewed it! 

 

Author: Kashmira Lad

Indian Fashion Blogger with a Focus on Women Empowerment and Mental Health.  

One Reply to “Review: Kimsukadi Tail by Just Herbs”

  1. Sampada Pillai says: January 29, 2021 at 9:04 am

    Hey thanks for this review, i will look into this product !

     

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