Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Review

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Review – No matter how averse you’d be to oiling, there is no denying its benefits. Be it for hair or skin care, oils cannot be turned a blind eye to. And for those with dry skin (aka me), oils are an absolute desiderata. Why? I put them to myriad uses. Be it simple scalp massages to revivify my tresses or on skin to keep it hydrated (else, it will fall like wilted leaves. Excuse my wild imagination), oils are indispensable. My latest pick is Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil.
Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Review

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Review

These days, I have begun using oils for body massages as well. I didn’t want to use coconut or olive oil as I had been using them for too long a time so, the urge to try something new compelled me to give Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil a try. I have almost finished the bottle, as you can see in the pics. So check out my Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Review.

Price of Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil :

Rs.200/- for 100 ml (the price isnt mentioned explicitly on the package. You need to check on various e-commerce shopping sites as they usually sell it in combos and have offers/discounts going on)

Directions for use : Decant the oil and use as desired

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil Ingredients :

Expeller-pressed organic virgin gingelly oil

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil

Shelf life : 1 Year

Color : Golden

Smell : Quite emetic to be honest. It smells as if has been burnt.

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil opening

What Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil claims

Nothing

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil swatch

My experience with Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil

Packed in a simple transparent plastic bottle with a flip open cap and an additional plastic cap inset, the packaging of Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil is leakage-free, hygienic to use and easy to carry. The cap is very sturdy and despite regular use does not lose its grip. In a nutshell, it scores full points for packaging even though it is miles away from fancy/aesthetic packings.

Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil, naturally has an oily texture- heavy but non-sticky. I heat it up for a few minute before body massage and once, warm I slather it on my body. Since my skin type is dry, it hydrates my skin well. In fact, after a relaxing oil massage session, I do not feel the need to apply anything else for the better part of the day. I think it will work better during winters when even if I go a little overboard with the quantity, it wont feel heavy. Since it is an oil and many people aren’t comfortable with the idea of suing oils, I would recommend it to only those with dry/excessively dry skin.

It works well to moisturize and even out my skin. The results would be forthcoming only if you use it regularly without fail for at least three weeks. All in all, the only chink in its armour to me, was its foul stench. It smells as if something that has been charred is added to it or may be the oil itself is. However, since this Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil is expeller-pressed, I would give it the benefit of doubt as the more raw the source, the more unpleasant the smell (as per my limited experience).

All in all, Be Well Virgin Gingelly oil is apt for dry/excessively dry skin types. Use sparingly as well as regularly and you’ll be thrilled with the results.

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Good about Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil

  • Packaging is travel-friendly
  • Moisturises dry skin very well
  • Evens out skin tone over time
  • Hydrates deeply
  • Available easily (both Flipkart as well as Amazon).

Bad about Be Well Virgin Gingelly Oil

  • Foul stench
  • Packaging doesn’t mention price. It varies across e-commerce websites.
  • Suitable only for dry/extremely dry skin types.

Availability : Online

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  1. juthika August 7, 2016

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