Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Acmed Facewash from Ethicare Remedies - Review

Hi

Last time I reviewed Glomed face wash from Ethicare Remedies and many of you mentioned that you have been using Acmed face wash and liking it a lot. So even I take up Acmed as the next product to review :)

Product Info:
Specially formulated face wash for gentle cleansing of oily & acne prone skin
Lipobeeds - direct drug delivery system also offers aesthetic appeal.
Slightly acidic pH. (skin friendly)
With good lathering effect for complete cleansing experience.
Gentle cleansing base for irritation free cleansing.
Attractive, elegant pack.

Contains :
Tea tree oil, D-Panthenol, Vitamin E, Aloe vera

Price: 165/- Buy here
Qty: 70 gms
Packaging:
The facewash comes in a soft transparent tube. The tube has flip open cap with a hole pierced inside. The cap is tight enough. The tube houses in outer cardboard box on which entire product description is printed.

My take on the product:

Acmed is a gel like moderately thick face wash. The translucent face wash is so gorgeous to look at. It has dark purple n white color micro beads scattered all through the face wash. The white ones slightly feel rolling on your skin as you massage the face wash on your face, but the purple disappear on rubbing. 
I liked the aroma of the face wash very much that is so stimulating. The face wash generates good lather and takes no times rinsing off with splashes of water. You may feel the fragrance even after rinsing. 
The face wash is made for oily skin to provide gentle pimple care and mine is clear skin with no such issue. Secondly I, being a dry skin person, felt the requirement of applying a hydrating moisturizer when I tried this product.
So to be fair in my review, I handed over this face wash to one of my close friend who suffers from acne/pimple most of the times. On her regular usage of the product for almost ten days twice a day, she claimed that the products keeps acne in check. Being a sensitive skin person, she was bit scared if it may worsen the skin's condition, but is happy to find the product effective and not harsh.
The Tea Tree oil is a well known antiseptic and antifungal treatment so it even control spreading the acne on clean parts of face. D-Panthenol has softening properties that improves the appearance of irritated skin.
To conclude I can say Acmed is keeping its promise very well and can be tried to cure acne-affected skin.

Pros:
Is non irritant.
Best works for Oily skin type.
Minimizes acne issue.
Smells nice.
Infused with tea tree oil.
Needs very less quantity to clean up entire face.
Mild on skin.

Cons:
May be slightly expensive for some.
Won't be liked much by dry skin people.

**PR Sample

18 comments:

  1. superb review
    have been using their kojic acid face wash with nice results

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  2. thanks Shilpa
    I too have oily skin
    this sounds like a great product both quality & price wise

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  3. I love those blue beads in that facewash. It attracts me a lot :)

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  4. Nice to hear that it works on acne prone skin. I have sensitive oily skin and I know it easy to irritate the skin.

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    1. I know a person with sensitive skin needs to be extra careful n picky with the products.

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  5. I have used this Acmed face wash , its good for oily skin .
    Nice review , done perfectly.

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    1. Thanks Ghazala :) Hope I am doing justice with my reviews.

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  6. Looks to be a great face wash for oily and pimple-prone skin. I have dry skin, so I will skip this. Do they have any face wash/ face pack specifically for dry skin?

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    1. Yes Archana, I have reviewed another facewash from their product range. Do check my previous reviews.

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    2. Thanks, Shilpa. I will give the Glomed face wash a try.

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  7. Thanks for the wonderfull review dear it help us

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