Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream

BY Patanjali
3.5/5
    17 Reviews

Product Description

Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream claims to prevent aging and dehydration of the skin. It contains shea butter, coconut, wheat germ, and olive oil that protect your skin from harsh winter dryness and make it soft. This moisturizer is Ayurvedically formulated and comes in a plastic tub with a light green screw lid.

Product Reviews

3.5

17 Ratings & 17 Reviews

83.3%

Would recommend this to a friend

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Prevents aging

Protects skin against winter dryness

No silicon

CONS

No SPF

Works better for body
3.4/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Makes skin soft

CONS

No SPF


It has very great fragrance. My skin feels so much softer after the application. Plus it doesn't contain parabens. I have never used it on face cause my skin is oily and acne prone. But it does great as a body cream.

Goodness Of Aloe Vera
3.6/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Prevents aging

Protects skin against winter dryness

No silicon

CONS

No SPF


This winter I tried the Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream. I am a regular user of Patanjali Aloe Vera Gel and have been completely satisfied with the product. Based on my experience with the gel product, I went ahead with the purchase of this moisturising product which has the main ingredient as Aloe Vera. Along with it, this cream also contains Shea butter, olive oil, coconut and wheat germ. All these ingredients help in reducing the dryness of the skin which happens mostly during winters. The product comes in a small jar with a light green lid. The cream is soft and smooth to touch. The consistency isn’t so thick though, maybe because it contains butter and olive oil along with aloe vera. On the other hand, due to such consistency of the cream, it easily spreads on the skin and gets absorbed quickly. However, I must say that it may not be fruitful for oily skin types. I have combination skin-type and during the winter season, it turns dry. That is why this product served its purpose for me. I used it not only on my face but on my arms and legs as well. To my surprise, it works better on hands and feet. There is a slight sheen left after applying the cream. Due to its ayurvedic components, I used it on my kid generously. Children get more prone to the dry, cold air of winters. The problem becomes direr if your kid has dry skin. After the bath, I used to use this moisturising cream and rub all over her body. It helped in keeping her skin supple and soft throughout the winters. The only drawback is its fragrance. It takes time to get used to the smell of this product if you are very sensitive towards smells. But overall, this product is a good option for moisturizing your skin during winters.

Effective in winters as well
5/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Prevents aging

Protects skin against winter dryness

No silicon

CONS


I purchased Patanjali Aloe Vera Saturating Cream since I like little travel pack items. Peruse further to know how this cream fared. Anticipates maturing and lack of hydration of skin secures skin against winter dryness and harshness, makes skin delicate, smooth and wonderful. There is an external cardboard bundle with a shimmery green fold. Inside it, there is a translucent plastic tub which has a light green shaded screw top. I think the green hued top implies the primary fixing for example aloe vera. There is one increasingly white hued cover underneath the green top. I very like the bundling and how they have played it safe to guarantee the cream does not spill. However, despite everything I disdain putting in fingers for cleanliness reasons. The cream has a thick consistency, yet spreads pleasantly. It gets consumed well into the skin and there is no oily inclination. I didn't set out giving it a shot my face since I have genuine skin break out issue however my companion who has typical skin connected it and adored it. There was no overwhelming inclination and it got assimilated quickly all over also. I have been utilizing it staring me in the face frequently and trust me my skin feels exceptionally delicate to contact. When I use it generously during the evening, I wake up to infant delicate hands. All things considered, the cream does not give extreme hydration, yet it keeps the skin supported, ensured and delicate. In unforgiving winters as well, it keeps on giving the required moisturization. I haven't seen a single skin tone helping which the item asserts. Likewise, a little goes far. I have been utilizing it for my hands, a significant number of times in multi-day for 15 days now and still three fourth amount is left.

good during winters but heavy for oily skin in summers
3.1/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Protects skin against winter dryness

No silicon

CONS

No SPF


a few weeks back i came across half used pack of patanjali aloe vera moisturising cream that i used last winters and stopped its usage as summers approached. i already love the patanjali aloe vera gel and swear by it. so when i found this aloe vera moisturising cream in one of the patanjali stores i decide to give it a try. it was winters at that time and as it is my otherwise oily skin was craving for some moisture and nourishment. the aloe vera cream comes in a translucent tub with a green cap. one thing i have noticed is most the prodycts which have aloevera as an ingredient, do have their cap or something in green print to represent aloe vera. anyways coming back to the packaging it is not very travel friendly and is also unhygienic. Also the lid of the tub becomes very messy. it has a weird smell which i just dont like, but its ok because it stays for not more than 5 minutes post application. the texture of this cream is thick but it blends well and absorbs quickly in the skin. also when i used in winters it didnt make me oily and sweaty. but in summers i have to use loose powder over it,otherwise it tends to make my face all oily and greasy. in winters it worked wonders for my skin. my skin is oily so initially i was scared to use this cream, but thankfully it cause any breakouts for me but made my skin healthy and nourished which had become dull due to the harsh winters. on the other hand in summers it did give me a few breakouts. about their claim regarding skin lightening i feel it does nothing for it. there is no change in my complexion in winters or summers. but i dont mind since it does the job of moisturising my skin well. overall i would say, its a lovely product but may not suit oily skin during summers, when the skin itself produces more oil.

Good
3.9/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Makes skin soft

CONS

Little greasy


Surprisingly i liked this product. I use this in winter as our skin needs a little extra moisture. It suited my combination skin. I used to apply it in the morning and it would be sufficient for the day.

Best Moisturizer for Dry skin !!
4.1/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Prevents aging

CONS

No SPF


When it comes to moisturiser the main ingredient which i look in for it is ALOE VERA . I have a very dry skin and Tried various moisturiser which dries out so quickly and I need to apply the moisturiser for every 2 hours that too during winter my skin becomes so dry and very hard to maintain. After using many moisturisers I just wanted to give Pantajali Aloe vera moisturiser a try upon my moms advice. To my suprise the cream gave me a awesome result. I could see a better result when compared to various other branded moisturiser could give .The main reason why i loved this is the aloe vera content in the cream , it helps to make the skin smooth and soft giving it a fresh look . The ingredients are shea butter ,coconut and olive oil which balances the skin that makes my face supple and prevents it from hard dryness. I ll say this is the best cream to be used for winter season and would go good for dry skin . At times ,I would apply this for my husband face as a night cream when he complains about his dry skin. This cream retains the moisture in the face and gives us a fresh looks for more than 3-4 hours .This cream can also be used as a hand and leg moisturiser , it does not give excellent result but im pretty sure it ll prevent the dryness. It will be best suited for sensitive dry acne-prone skin. Initially, it will burn your face a bit, redness will appear. But when you use it for about a month, you will notice the difference in your skin. Looking for a affordable and worthy moisturiser go ahead and give Pantajali Aloe vera moisturiser a try you ll never get disappointed .

A good buy!!
3.7/5

PROS

Makes skin soft

Prevents aging

Protects skin against winter dryness

CONS


Patanjali’s Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is recommended for all skin types. The cream comes in a transparent plastic tub with a light green screw lid. The texture of the cream is smooth and thick consistency which prevents spillage and has a fresh fragrance. It is a good moisturizer for all skin types, but the oily skin might feel a bit oilier after its application. Many of my friends who have dry skin vouch by this moisturizer for face. The major ingredients used in this cream are shea butter, coconut, wheat germ and olive oil. Shea butter conditions, tones and soothes your skin and it really worked well in doing the same for my friends. Coconut present in the cream has kept their skin well moisturized and has helped them treat acne. Wheat germ oil is a rich source of vitamin E and the cream contains considerate amount of it which helps in reducing the skin damage and maintaining an even skin tone. Olive oil is definite anti-ageing oil and this cream definitely helps in reducing wrinkles and maintaining the skin from getting dry and keeps it well hydrated. Aloe Vera is no doubt the best natural source of anti-oxidants and helps healing sunburns, acne, pimples faster. This cream has worked wonders for friends who have a super dry skin and have had breakouts. The cream can be applied as a day cream and also as a base for make-up. Though it is very slimy, it does blend well on the skin and spreads evenly giving you a refreshing feel. The aroma is quite nice and it makes you feel happy. Not highly priced and is easily available at any stores, supermarkets. The packaging is travel friendly. Though it does not lighten your skin, it definitely moisturizes your skin well enough so a must buy for people looking for a cheap moisturizer option.

Good cream for dry skin
4/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Prevents aging

Protects skin against winter dryness

CONS

No SPF


The main ingredient of Patanjali Aloe Vera Cream is aloe vera which is highly beneficial for the skin especially dry skin. It also has olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, wheat germ oil and turmeric extract. All the ingredients are natural and good for skin. The cream comes in a small tub with a lid that closes tightly. The cream is white in colour and has a nice fragrance of aloe vera. The cream has a smooth texture. It spreads easily on the skin and gets absorbed quickly. It is non greasy and doesn’t make the skin sticky after its application. It nourishes the skin deeply and makes it soft and smooth. For dry skin it works well and makes it glow. I bought this cream for my husband who has a dry skin. Aloe vera suits him a lot so I thought it to be a good cream for him. I am happy that I picked it up. It did not disappoint me. My husband gladly uses it every day. It helps prevent in aging, dehydration and provides a good amount of moisture to the skin. It is very helpful in winters. I have an oily skin but it usually becomes dry in winters. I apply some mild cream sometimes in winters. I used this one in winters and was very happy. There was a noticeable difference in my skin and I did not feel the usual dryness caused by winters. However, I do not use it summers as it does not work for me. It does not cause any itchiness and allergies. It is pretty affordable and can be used daily. The tub form of packaging is not very good and hygienic. It would be better if it comes in tube form with a flip cap. Overall, a good cream.

Must have for Winters
3.7/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

Protects skin against winter dryness

CONS

No SPF


Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is one of my first product from Patanjali. I am not usually into ayurvedic products however I was experiencing tremendous dryness on my face and at the same time a friend of mine suggested me to try Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream for my face. And to my surprise the results were quite unexpected. The cream has a very soothing effect on the skin and it is very nourishing in nature. It gets very easily absorbed in the skin and that’s the best part I like the most about this product. Aloe vera as being known for a decade now for its exceptional role in repairing skin damages and making the skin feel hydrated. It has moisturized my skin so well that I do not even need to use any other face cream along with it. It is completely non greasy and blend very well on the skin. You can even use it before make up just to give an even look to your face. It makes my skin soft and the mild aroma that it had got fills freshness in the surrounding. Unlike other Patanjali products, Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream has got a very mild fragrance and does not give a feel of using an ayurvedic product at all. This product is must have product during winters as during winters the skin gets so dry that you need some miracle to get rid of the dryness and this is the best rescue I have found recently. I have also used this cream for my hands and feet and it works wonders their too. Especially my feet used to be so dry and also I developed cracks in the heels which were permanently cured by this cream. I highly recommend this to everyone who are facing same dryness problems like I do.

Good as a body cream in winters
2.7/5

PROS

Makes skin soft

No parabens

Protects skin against winter dryness

CONS

No SPF

Packaging


During this winters I was looking out for a good face cream not so expensive just to pass on few months of winter. So thought of trying patanjali face cream as I already usedthere and totally love their aloe vera gel. But I was little disappointed because this cream it is sent that great as I was expecting it to be. Maybe because it's suitable for dry skin and I have a combination to oily skin. Patanjali e aloe vera moisturizing cream is good for those people who have dry or extreme dry skin as this cream is little oily and heavy for or normal or combination for oily skin people. Although the formulation is good and it it worked ok well as a body cream for me during winters. I used to apply a good thick layer of this cream over my hands and feet it also on other parts of my body after taking bath and it use to keep it moisturised for a good long day. It contains Aloe Vera, Shea Butter, Coconut, Wheat Germ oil, Olive oil. Also I love the fact that it doesn't have any Chemicals or parabens. At such cheap prices it's very hard to find a skin care product which is free of Harsh chemicals and paraben. I finished the tub during winters and it did work well in keeping my body moisturise. Now coming to the packaging I really really hope the WhatsApp on it because the packaging is very boring very simple no colours used unattractive so that is the biggest con. but again at this price you cannot expect much as day concentrate more on the product rather than the packaging. So so if you have dry or extreme dry skin this will be a great option for you in winters.

Looking for Aloe Vera Moisturiser – Try This!
3.5/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

Non-greasy

Makes skin soft

Protects skin against winter dryness

CONS

No SPF

No Appeal


This Moisturiser contains all the goodness in one little round box. The Patanjali Aloe Vera moisturiser stays true to the ingredients. No chemicals for sure. If you are a dry skin person and a person who loves applying cream again and again just to get some moisture, this cream is for you. There is this very famous advertisement in which a famous Bollywood actress uses a moisturiser over and over just because she feels her skin is still not hydrated. I don’t want to name the brand here. I belong or my skin belong to that advertisement. This advertisement would have been apt for the Patanjali aloe vera moisturiser. Once used sustains for a long time. I hate the winters as its literally takes out the moisture from my skin. I am avid user of moisturisers. I need to have it on just to feel comfortable. The Aloe vera works wonders in the different components mentioned in the ingredients. The balance is just perfect. It is also handy, but then it would definitely be a task to open the bottle again with your hands being all slimy. Wash and wipe your hands before and after use!! The one thing that I have concluded with almost every Patanjali product is do not look for an appeal factor. Those guys produce the most simplest and safest products and pack them in the most hideous looking boxes or tubes. I have named it hideous because the words over the box make any cosmetic range of product, look like a medicine!! My overall review to the product world be – Do not look at the cover, buy it, use it and then decide what best works for you. It’s worth not a miss for the dry skin users. In the peak of inflation you hardly find moisturisers at this cost in the Market!!

Not recommended for oily skin
2.3/5

PROS

Easily absorbed

No parabens

No silicon

Can be used as a moisturiser after shave

CONS

No SPF

Makes the skin feel oily and dull


I bought this product because it was the cheapest moisturizer I could get and because it has aloe vera(my favourite skin care product). But as soon as I started using it,I realised it was a bad choice. It is not suited for an oily skin. People with a dry skin can use this product but my oily skin does not accept this. I caused me to break out often and my skin felt very greasy and more oily. The product smells very good.

Surprisingly good
4/5

PROS

Long-lasting

Natural

Mild fragrance

Suitable for hands and feet

CONS

Not suitable for face

Does not lighten skin

Bad packaging


My friends know that I don't prefer to use Patanjali products. But they forced me into buying this. And for once I am glad that they did. As any hesitant user, I started to use it on my hands and feet and then moved on to my face. My pre-set notions didn't let me think straight. It took me a while to get used to the fact that this cream was showing results.

On my hands and feet, the results were terrific. They were soft and well moisturized for over 6 hrs; feet more than hands. The cream is thick and greasy on application but settles down in some time. It has a very mild smell, which is better considering how Patanjali's other products are. I didn't have to go for a pedicure for an entire month. At this cost, this is a boon.

On the face, the results were not up to the mark. It would make me feel moreoily and greasy. The skin wouldn't be dry but look messy which is something I am not comfortable with. But this can be used as a make up base.
It is travel sized, but the packaging is not very safe. It opened and spread all over my bag once. But cleaning it wasn't a hassle, so no worries there.

I would recommend this as an affordable everyday cream for the feet.

Love the product!
4.3/5

PROS

Makes the skin soft

No harmful chemicals

Contains aloe vera

Non-sticky

Good for winters

CONS

Unhygienic packaging

Weird smell


Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is my first product from Patanjali. I wanted to use Patanjali Aloe Vera gel, but the smell was too strong for me, so I skipped it. Now that winter is here, I started using this cream as my cold cream. My skin is dry during winter and combination during summers. Quite confusing!

This cream comes in a translucent plastic tub with a screw lid and an inner lid to avoid spillage. It can be carried around but the inner lid gets messy, and the packaging is not hygienic. And about the fragrance, I have a sensitive nose – the very reason why I didn’t use Patanjali Aloe Vera gel. This cream has a weird smell. Not so strong as the gel, but it’s there. At first, it bothered me, but now, I have got used to it.

I have been using it religiously for the past three weeks, and so far so good. My skin feels moisturized throughout the day. The moisturizing isn’t too much nor is it too less. It is perfectly balanced. My skin hasn’t faced any problems of the winter season yet. So, that’s good news!

This cream claims to give a glow, but honestly, I see it nowhere. Other than that, Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is a pretty decent cream, especially for my first try.

Do not buy it, it’s not effective
1/5

PROS

None

CONS

Makes the skin greasy

Not 100% aloe vera-infused product


I chose this cream because I usually see Aloe Vera in a gel based formula and never in a cream form. So, out of curiosity, I went for it.

After a week's use, I will say it was a bad choice. Actually, I am very fond of Aloe Vera as it has so many benefits. But Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is not pure. It has so many added ingredients. And my oily skin does not like it. Soon after I started using it, my skin felt even more oily, greasy and dull.

I am not continuing with this cream from Patanjali.

Absolutely amazed by this product
4.3/5

PROS

Affordable

Moisturizes skin

Pleasant smell

Calms redness

Soothes itchiness

Can be used as an after-shave cream

CONS

Unhygienic packaging


Over the years, my skin started becoming more and more sensitive. So much that after I shave, my cheeks and chin start to itch and develop red rashes. So, my sister handed me this cream from Patanjali. I haven’t stopped using it ever since. It is an ideal after-shave cream as it soothes the itchiness and calms down the redness. I am so glad for this cream!

Good for hands and feet NOT the face!
3/5

PROS

Works great as hand and foot cream

CONS

Not ideal for oily skin


Without any thought, I went and purchased Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream. Since I have combination to oily skin, I should have paid more attention.

It didn’t work for me on my face because my oiliness just got worse. I didn’t want to waste it by stopping using it, so I started using it on my feet and hands. And I will point out that, it works so well as a hand and foot cream.

To be honest, I won’t be repurchasing after the tub gets over. I will probably be looking out for something that suits my skin type.

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Top Questions And Answers

October 6, 2018

Does Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream have any side effects?

Aishwarya KamalOctober 7, 2018

Aishwarya KamalOctober 7, 2018

Yes. The most commonly reported side-effects from Patanjali Aloe vera Moisturizing Cream are:

Irritation on application
Nausea
Weakness
Headache
Dizziness
Abdominal pain
Risk of bleeding
Abdominal cramps
Diarrhea
Redness
Burning
Stinging sensation
Red urine
Hepatitis

This list is not comprehensive. The side effects are possible but do not always occur. Consult your doctor if you notice any of the following side effects or any odd sensation, especially if it does not go away.

October 5, 2018

What are the ingredients of this moisturizing cream by Patanjali?

Preeti RajendranOctober 6, 2018

Preeti RajendranOctober 6, 2018

The principle ingredients are: Aloe Vera, Shea Butter, Coconut, Wheat Germ oil, Olive oil.

Other ingredients are: Aqua, Cream Base, Vit E, Glycerin, Soy Peptide, Diazolidinyl Urea & IPBC Sugandhit Dravya Q.S.

October 4, 2018

How to use Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream?

Rashmi BhatiaOctober 5, 2018

Rashmi BhatiaOctober 5, 2018

Take a scoop using your fingers.

Gently apply to the required area.

This cream from Patanjali has multiple uses – from benefitting your skin to calming down irritations, rashes, and itchiness.

Important Note: This cream is for external use only and cannot be applied to open wounds.

October 3, 2018

Is it an all season moisturizer?

Sahaja KrishnanOctober 4, 2018

Sahaja KrishnanOctober 4, 2018

No, Patanjali Aloe Vera Moisturizing Cream is considered to be a cold cream. So, it is ideal for winter. Moreover, this cream does not have any SPF.

October 2, 2018

Can oily to combination skin types use this cream?

Mansi SharmaOctober 3, 2018

Mansi SharmaOctober 3, 2018

Though it is a thick cream, it glides on well and is absorbed quickly. It is best for dry skin and combination skin. Oily skin can use it. Initially, this cream will feel a bit greasy, but after a few minutes, it gets absorbed.