Patanjali Saundarya Swarna Kanti Fairness Cream Reviews ( Top Picks )
Patanjali products have been inspired by tried and tested processes of Ayurveda to develop skin and hair products that have captured the attention of millions of consumers because of their effective healing and enhancing properties.
One of these herbal products is the Patanjali Swarna Kanti Cream. ‘Swarna Kanti’, quite literally means ‘golden glow’. Sure enough, Patanjali Swarna Kanti Cream has been suffused with 24 karat gold, as the label on the carton informs us. Other than purified gold, Patanjali Saundarya cream has a rich herbal composition of extracts of fruits like banana and rhubarb, essential oils of wheat germ, turmeric, chironji and jojoba and the essence of herbs like mulethi and manjistha. The cream’s Aloe Vera base is fortified with Vitamins B3, C and E.
Indeed, it is an impressive list of ingredients, but does the Patanjali fairness cream really live up to its assertions of blemish-free, radiant skin or not, let’s find out in our Patanjali Swarna Kanti cream review:
Patanjali Saundarya cream is packed in a rather oversized white carton that has the product details on its side. Inside the carton lies a small golden tub which is so pretty that it might as well have been smuggled from a fairy dreamland! On an unhappy note though, the tub contains only 15 grams of Patanjali gold cream, an amount so small that it barely lasts 3 weeks. The cream can be scooped out by opening the screw-on lid.
Price and Availability
Patanjali fairness face cream is easily available at any Patanjali retail outlet or super-mart that stocks Patanjali products. The cream can also be ordered online.
Patanjali fairness face cream is priced at $ for 15 grams. Now, Patanjali’s products are known for their down–to-earth pricing. Their items have always been way more affordable than other brands in the niche. However, Patanjali’s Saundarya face cream breaks that constant; it costs $, which is somewhat steep. The reason, of course, is obvious- it has been imbued with 24 karat gold.
Color, Feel and Texture
Patanjali gold cream’s color is a pearl-white shade. Texture-wise, it’s smooth, and thicker than most Aloe Vera based creams. Despite that, it isn’t gooey or heavy on the skin. It absorbs quickly and vanishes from the skin’s top layer. However, it does have a mild, herbal odor, quite unlike what we smell in facial products. The good part is that the smell doesn’t linger after application.
Our Take on Patanjali Gold Cream’s Performance
Patanjali cream is really easy to use and spreads quickly over the face. It’s absorbed almost instantly by the skin and it endows the skin with the goodness of natural herbs. It nourishes and hydrates the skin layers. It doesn’t feel oily or heavy at all, making it a perfect fairness cream for all occasions and all skin types. The essential oils of jojoba and wheat germ restore the skin’s lost moisture and bring out its natural radiance. Using Patanjali cream twice daily keeps your face well-moisturized.
Some Patanjali Swarna Kanti cream reviews claim that the cream isn’t very effective on dark spots and oiliness, but we found that regular usage of this cream gives a blemish free skin tone and a natural glow, thus enhancing fairness by a shade. However, its claims of making the skin shine like gold are somewhat far-reaching.
We found that Patanjali face cream’s assets are
- You can use Patanjali face cream for oily skin too, because its herbal base works on all skin types.
- You can try Patanjali face cream for dark spots. The herbs Manjistha and mulethi that are present in the cream’s formula are known to lighten the tone and make Patanjali face cream effective for dark spots and blemishes.
- You can use Patanjali face cream for pimples too. The antimicrobial qualities of turmeric oil make Patanjali face cream ideal for pimples and acne.
- It's a purely herbal product that is chemical-free and has no side-effects.
- It’s a great moisturizer
Patanjali saundarya face cream’s downsides
- It's rather expensive at $, considering a pack contains only 15 grams of the product
- The quantity is so less that it barely lasts 3 weeks
- It's ineffective on pigmentation and gives no ‘glittering gold’ results
Finally, we’ll say that Patanjali Saundarya Swarna Kanti fairness cream feels great on the skin, hydrates very well and gives an enhanced skin tone and radiance, but may not be very active in improving fairness by tackling pigmentation or dark patches. All in all, worth a shot!