Review: Khandige Organic Yastimadhuka Taila

If someone ever asks me, what are the top three qualities I look for in a skin care product? My answer is quite simple. It should be natural, herbal and easy to use. For a person like me who has sensitive skin with not much issues and who has grown listening about Ayurvedic products, the answer cannot be any different.

So when I get my hands on a product which claims to have all the above mentioned qualities, I am left with no option than to try it. This time this claim was made by Khandige’s organic yastimadhuka taila. It is a body oil from a Bangalore based company Khandige. I’ve already tried their two products and shared my views about them

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About the company

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Khandige Organic Health Products based at Bangalore is into the manufacturing of authentic Ayurveda, and wellness products like nutritional supplements, medicines, food made using potent herbs sourced from certified organic suppliers. The company owns four large estates amounting to over thousand acres of land holding, numerous farms and fully certified manufacturing facilities producing and marketing certified organic products in India and abroad.

Certification of protection

As per company’s website, The certification process is extremely stringent and covers all aspects of organic farming and production of organic products including the packaging methods, storage of raw materials and finished goods to prevent mixing with conventional products that might also be used. The treatment method is used to prevent contamination, and sampling and analysis methods are used for checking purity of the products.

Product Description

The body oil is housed in a brown glass bottle with a white tightening cap. The label on the bottle carries almost every information about it such as ingredients, directions to use, price, expiry etc.

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Upon opening the outermost white cap, there is another small anti-spill cap which makes the bottle ideal to be carried outside while on a vacation or a small trip.

Product Claim

Yastimadhuka taila, prepared with sesame oil, is good for the skin and is suitable for regular application all over the body. It nourishes and gives luster to the skin, and helps to open the pores and relieves skin dryness, inflammations and minor lesions on the scalp. The manual gentle massage with the oil gives a great sense of comfort coupled with a relaxing tactile (skin) experience.

Ingredients

Each 100 ml of Certified organic sesame oil is processed with Amlaki Rashayam, Yastimadhu kalka and ksheera (milk).

Texture

The body oil has a yellowish brown tone to it.

SONY DSCIt is very light and absorbs beautifully in the skin. You need a small amount for your entire body.

Smell

Ummm, Let me put it this way around. The product comes claiming to be skin friendly and not nose friendly and it does what it claims. It smells like an herbal concoction.

Directions to use

Rub the warm oil all over the body 10-15 mins before the bath, wash off with mild soap or dal powder for best result. It can also be massaged on dry areas of the skin and can be left overnight.

Price

 INR 244 for 100 ml.

Expiry

one year from the date of manufacturing.

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Conclusion

Pros

  • It is an herbal and Ayurvedic product.
  • It is really light and non-sticky and gets absorbed quickly in the skin
  • It treats irritation, dryness, minor lesions of the skin efficiently.
  • It improves skin complexion by giving it prolong hydration.
  • It relieves the skin from itchiness and dry lines.
  • The size of the bottle is travel friendly and the extra cover inside the cap makes it spill proof.

Cons

  • I expected a better smell, but I have no qualms as the results are far better than my expectations.

Yay or Nay

Well if you are looking for something herbal and natural for your skin for daily use, go grab this bottle!🏃🏻‍♂️ It is also great for people who have pesky skin issues and for whom costly moisturizers are not an option.

That’s it in today’s review. I’ll see you lovely people soon with a new post.

Till then, stay happy 😃

Byeee

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