Friday, February 24, 2012

Vedic Line Lychee Shake Cleansing Milk Review

Guest Post by Chand

What Vedic Line claims about the product:                
Shakes & cleanses make up & grease. Keeps skin soft.

To use:
Apply a few drops on skin. Massage gently for 2 to 3 minutes & clean it with a damp cotton pad.


Shelf life:
36 months

Price and quantity:
Rs 110 for 100 ml

My experience with Vedic Line Lychee Shake Cleansing Milk:
Vedic Line Lychee Shake Cleansing Milk comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a white flip cap. The flip cap has a small hole so that the product flows out. The cap is also screw able and can be removed completely. This makes the bottle reusable once the product is empty.

The cleansing milk is white in color and is very creamy. The consistency is like a body lotion. Easily spreadable on the face and gives a soothing effect when massaged lightly. The smell is like that of the lychee flavored ice-cream. The scent lingers around for quite sometime. When clean using a damp cotton, it removes dirt from face very easily. Very handy to be used when you are travelling. The make up too comes off. Overall a nice cleansing milk. I feel it can replace any of your favorite other cleansing milk.

Pros of Vedic Line Lychee Shake Cleansing Milk:
-          Easy to use packaging.
-          Good smell to the product
-          Very creamy
-          Light consistency
-          Comfortable massage experience
-          Removes dirt and make up cleanly.
-          Budget purchase.
Cons of Vedic Line Lychee Shake Cleansing Milk:
-          Not easily available at all beauty centres.
-          Plastic bottle is not of good quality.
-          Very small hole for the product to flow out.
-          A little effort is needed to remove make up.
Rating: B+

Oh yes!  I might buy this again.

About the Author:

Chand is a working mother of an active 10 month old daughter with a passion for blogging and loves to share her wonderful experiences with one and all.

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