Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail Review

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I hope you all are doing great… ^_^

So, do you like using facial oils?
I have been using facial oils for years now. I usually make my own crude blends but I also love trying the ones available in the market… But as much as I love oils, one thing that I do not like about them is how most of them make my skin feel heavy and look greasy… Isn’t it annoying?

A couple of months back, I was approached by Just Herbs to use and review their facial oil. Having heard a lot about them, I decided to try it. I have been using their kimsukadi tail for quite some time now and I must say that I am pleasantly surprised by how lightweight it is! ❤️

Here is my complete review of the product… Read on to know all about it! ^_^

JUST HERBS KIMSUKADI TAIL

Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

DESCRIPTION: This glow boosting facial oil is a blend of seventeen precious herbs noted as Varanaya Dravyas (complexion enhancers) in the Charak Samita, an ancient Indian Sanskrit text written thousands of years ago. These naturally occurring glow boosters along with several other plants, roots and flowers have been celebrated since antiquity for helping improve the appearance of pigmented, dull and ageing skin.
Ayurvedic | Classical formulation | *Certified organic | **Natural origin (from renewable resources) | No parabens | No mineral oils | Made in India.

INGREDIENTS: Sesame (Sesamum Indicum) Oil, Palash (Butea Monosperma), Sandalwood (Santalum Album), Laksha (Laccifer Lacca), Indian Madder (Rubia Cordifolia), Mulethi* (Glycyrrhiza Glabra), Safflower (Carthamus Tinctorious), Vetiver (Vetiveria Zizanioides) Roots, Himalayan Wild Cherry (Prunus Cerasoides), Sacred Lotus Flower (Nelumbo Nucifera), Banyan Aerial Roots (Ficus Bengalensis), Palaksh (Ficus Lacor), Padma Kesar (Nelumbo Nucifera), Henna (Lawsonia Inermis), Turmeric Root (Curcuma Longa), Indian Sarsaparilla (Hemisdesmus Indicus), Patang (Caesalpinia Sappan).

Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

DIRECTIONS: Use the dropper to dispense 2 – 3 drops on your palm. Apply to cleansed face. Gently massage in circular motion until absorbed.

CAUTION: Store in a cool dry place.
Ayurvedic medicine | For external use only | No animal by-products.
Even natural ingredients can cause allergy to some. To check, apply on the back of the elbow for 15 minutes. Avoid contact with eyes.

COST: 15ml for Rs. 1,595, 30ml for Rs. 2,195.

SHELF LIFE: 36 months; best use – within 6 months of opening.

Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

MY TAKE ON THE PRODUCT:

Just Herbs kimsukadi tail comes in an amber coloured glass bottle with a dropper cap. The outer cardboard box is peach in colour and has golden patterns on it… It looks really pretty! ❤️
The bottle is quite durable, doesn’t leak in any way and if you keep the box intact, you can carry it around as well. All important details like the list of ingredients, usage directions, mfd., etc., are printed on the cardboard packaging.

Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

The oil is golden/yellow in colour and has a thin consistency. It is super lightweight, non-sticky and non-greasy. It has a mild fragrance – a bit herbal, a bit coconut-y.
I usually take a few drops of the oil and massage it on my face and neck for a couple of minutes. The oil spreads easily and gets completely absorbed into my skin in no time. Unlike other oils, it doesn’t make my skin feel heavy or make my face look oily and dark. It just nourishes my skin and leaves behind a velvety feel.

As I kept using the oil regularly, I noticed that my face was starting to look healthier and brighter than before. The oil does indeed add a glow to the skin when used religiously for some time. If you want to use this oil to fade pigmentation or for anti-ageing benefits, I feel that you may need to use it continuously for a couple of months to see any significant change. But if you just want to have healthy skin, you can see some difference in a week or so!

Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail
Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail

I have a normal skin type right now, and this oil provides just enough nourishment to my skin. So, I feel that people with combination to normal skin types can use it on its own, but people with drier skin types will need to use a moisturizer along with this.
Also, the brand mentions on the official product page to use this oil as a ‘night oil’, after applying a night cream. However, nothing as such is mentioned on the product and so, I tried it during the day, during the night, with cream, without cream, and it worked just fine for me in every way! 😛

SUMMING UP PROS AND CONS:

PROS:

1. Available online on Just Herbs, Nykaa and Amazon.
2. Durable, leak-proof, good quality packaging.
3. Free of parabens, mineral oil and other harmful ingredients.
4. Enriched with the goodness of various ayurvedic herbs.
5. Has a mild, herbal fragrance.
6. Very lightweight; gets completely absorbed into the skin.
7. Nourishes the skin well.
8. Regular use brightens dull skin and adds a glow to the face.
9. Can be beneficial for pigmented/ageing skin if used for a long time.
10. Suitable for all skin types; can be used on its own or with other serums/creams/moisturizers.

CONS:

1. Expensive.

RATING: 4.6/5

FINAL TAKE: Just Herbs kimsukadi tail is an amazing facial oil. It is herbal, lightweight and effective. So, if you are looking for something that will make your skin look healthy and add a glow to your face, give this product a shot! ^_^

Hope it helps! ❤️

**PR product but 100% honest review!**

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24 thoughts on “Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail Review

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  1. I love using light facial oils. It seems like a promising oil. Let me finish my current one and order this. I think I’m going to love.

  2. I tried using one oil for my face and I had acne, post that I never used any. But as you mentioned that it is not sticky and leaves a velvety finish post getting absorbed, I would like to try this one.

  3. I need not say that I loved the reviews. It’s a given. And always. But I have a few questions wrt the post. As an amateur I would like to know who can use face oils, how to use it, when to use it etc. Basically the questions about how -to. Requesting a blog about the same.

  4. I generally dont use oils for face as my skin gets too oily n sweaty. But I am liking this product from your review and since you mentioned that this gets absorbed soon and doesnt make skin sticky I would love to try it. All herbal and natural products always win for me.

  5. My wife loves facial oils; in fact just yesterday she was asking for a good recommendation from one of her friends. I will ask her to read your review and coax her into ordering Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail.

  6. I have never really used oil on my face. For some reason I never got around understanding why we should use an oil. This is good information and I would really like to try this out.

  7. I prefer oil to Creams and moisturisers and always on lookout for oils that give a healthy skin and are light on skin. This seems to check all my points so will give it a try.

  8. I heard a lot of good reviews about this product. The only con about this oil is it’s quiet expensive. Thanks for the review. I would recommend this to my sister

  9. Having a healthy skin is what is important. And as you said Just Herbs Kimsukadi oil seems to provide that. I will try to look online and see if I can get one as I am struggling with my skin currently.

  10. No doubt Just Herb products are good, I am using the serum and my skin looks good and clean. I haven’t used the tail, probably will order it for use this time. It will be a nice try. Good and honest review.

  11. Yes I love to used facial oils for skin care and currently I m using patanjali one. I had not heard about the brand you had shared here but after reading your review felt it is really good one. Will check out it for sure.

  12. Woww have never really tried the facial oils. Exactly because of it being greesy. But the review of Just Herbs Kimsukadi Tail seems like a great option

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