Everyuth Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash REVIEW


Hi, everyone! While I was growing up, Everyuth was one of those brands I was very familiar with. My mum used to religiously use the orange peel off mask every Sunday and sometimes she would let me remove the mask once it dried off. Peeling off that mask was super exciting for a 10-year old me. It’s been many years since I used Everyuth products, but I was recently sent a lovely hamper to try out, and I’ve been trying out their face washes and face packs since the past few days.


Everyuth Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash


One of the products that I found myself reaching out for again and again is the Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash. The face wash is a gel-based product that comes in a transparent green tube packaging. The open flip cap shuts tightly, so there are no issues regarding spillage of the product if you decide to travel with it. I love gel-based face washes, and this is no exception. The consistency is quite thick, so a little pressure is needed to squeeze the gel out of the tube. It has a faint herbal fragrance, and it lathers well (but not too heavily).


Everyuth Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash


It cleanses the skin well, removes all excess oil and impurities, but my skin doesn’t feel dry, stretched or flaky after rinsing it off. Among its many natural ingredients, tulsi and turmeric are the two star ingredients which help reduce the occurrence of pimples due to their anti-bacterial action. It also contains Brahmi, Willow Bark extracts and Tea Tree Oil which further help in fighting marks.


Everyuth Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash

Everyuth Tulsi Turmeric Face Wash


Considering a very affordable price tag of Rs 90, I think this is a really nice face wash for people with pimple prone skin. If you’re on the lookout for a budget-friendly face wash that helps reduce pimples and marks, do check this out! You can get this in stores or online at Amazon/Nykaa.com.


Disclaimer : This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Everyuth for the #HappyHarDin campaign.



  1. ritika
    September 10, 2017 / 8:41 pm

    Hope this wont dry my skin as Himalaya Neem face wash did, worth a try in Rs 90 it is good to try

  2. September 11, 2017 / 1:48 pm

    This sounds apt. for my skin 🙂 In fact Everyuth was the first Brand I tried Guess.

  3. September 11, 2017 / 3:25 pm

    Tulsi and turmeric sounds a good combination for oily skin. Will give it a try…

  4. September 11, 2017 / 4:31 pm

    Tulsi is really good for skin.

  5. September 11, 2017 / 7:41 pm

    Everyuth is such a classic brand. Loved all the pictures 🙂

  6. September 25, 2017 / 4:46 pm

    I remember using everyuth’s face washes and scrubs. So glad that they’ve come up with a new product in a new kind of packaging. Hope this doesn’t contain sls!

  7. Priya
    November 10, 2017 / 8:34 pm

    Hi Ankita, I have been wanting to buy Avon ultra color matte lily for a while now. It seems like this shade is out of the market now. Do you think Ideal Lilac from Avon is more or less similar to matte lily? If yes I will buy it. Thanks 🙂

  8. January 9, 2018 / 11:20 am

    Everyouth was one of the brand we also started with as far as facewash is concerned.Currenly I am using VLCC Neem face wash and that works well for me.Hope this one will work as well.Will try after my current one finishes

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