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What I got in my Fab Bag, July, 2016

As promised, here I am continuing from my previous post. I like that the sharpener that came in my Fab Bag, came in its own tiny, snug box.

Have a look at the sharpener itself:

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Sharpener | SUGAR Cosmetics

Its got the SUGAR branding on it and comes with its own cleaning stick, to get rid of the pesky wax in the shavings.

Star product choices in the Fab Bag, are only given to 3, 6 and 12 month subscribers. I am a 6 month subscriber.

One point to note is that the total value of the bag came up to INR 1,843/- only. The next product to come in the Fab Bag was:

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Neemli Naturals | Bengal Gram Exfoliater

 I was very happy to receive this product for a couple of reasons:

  1. I love face masks and body scrubs
  2. This is made of 100% natural ingredients

Namely: 

  1. Gram flour
  2. Rice flour
  3. Yellow lentils
  4. Turmeric
  5. Sandalwood powder
  6. Multani Mitti (Fuller’s Earth)

No preservatives/ chemicals have been named here. In fact I was thinking with such pure ingredients, the ants can have quite a feast!

In fact if the sandalwood powder and Fuller’s Earth were not included in the pack I could have as well made kadhi/ dal out of this 😉 The pack describes this product as “A complete herbal cleanser and polisher.”

An invigorating face and body wrap, packed with traditional herbal ingredients that promote healthy and fresh skin. The directions for use are as follows:

  1. Wash face with warm water
  2. Mix 1 tablespoon of the powder with water/ milk / rose water/ beauty water
  3. Apply on face/ body
  4. Let dry for 15 minutes
  5. Rinse off with warm water

This product is full size and costs INR 425/- only. And the pack quantity is 50 gms.

The third product was the:

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PEP Moisture Velvet Shampoo | Full size

Though I am yet to try this shampoo, I smelt it.

And it has an amazing sweet, floral fragrance. The pack describes it as “Formulated with a blend of oat protein milk.”

The pack claims, that “……the extra nourishing formula is designed to restore moisture and give deep root nourishment. After a few uses, your strands will be softer and more manageable – which means you can spend less time fussing over your hair.”

This product is priced at INR 119/- only for a 50 ml bottle. I just read about an oatmeal rinse.

Oatmeal is not only a filling healthy and nutritious breakfast food, but also great for skin and hair.

Outlining some of its benefits below:

1. Moisturizing

2. Can help fix damaged hair.

3. Makes your hair feel silky and soft.

4. Makes your hair  shine.

Now imagine all these benefits in a convenient shampoo bottle.

The last product received was:

 

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Johara Instant Radiance Face Scrub | Sample Size

I haven’t tried this product out yet, but I did smell it. And it reminds me of Odomos!

However, the texture felt interesting. Its got finely ground walnut in it which is great for black heads.

The pack describes it as “……formulated with natural exfoliating ultra fine walnut extract and a blend of lemon peel extract and neem oil, to gently slough off dead skin layers, remove impurities and promote natural cell exfoliation.”

It also talks about an ingredient called Cococin CG. This is a nutrient rich extract from tender green coconut.

The pack also claims that the scrub is synthetic dye, paraben , formaldehyde and sulphate free. Its dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic.

The pack directs use of this scrub twice in a week. And that brings me to the end of everything that was in this months Fab Bag.

I hope you enjoyed reading this piece as much as I enjoyed writing it. Until later then, meanwhile, in the words of Ellen Degeneres, “Be kind to one another!”……Mwah!!

 

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