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.
4 Ratings & 4 Reviews
Would recommend this to a friend
Makes skin soft
Protects skin against winter dryness
October 5, 2018
Makes the skin soft
No harmful chemicals
Contains aloe vera
Good for winters
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.
October 4, 2018
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.
October 3, 2018
Can be used as an after-shave cream
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!
October 2, 2018
Works great as hand and foot cream
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.
Yes. The most commonly reported side-effects from Patanjali Aloe vera Moisturizing Cream are:
Irritation on application
Risk of bleeding
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.
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.