Kama Ayurveda Pure Mogra Water
|Kama Ayurveda Pure Mogra Water Review|
You know what goes in hand in hand with my addiction for face oils? Face mists. You need them to let the face oils work its magic. Plus, it helps avoid acne, keeps skin fresh, and a blessing for anyone with sensitive skin.
My favorite is rose water. But, back in March, my Good Earth Rosewater was almost over, and I had no idea that we will be moving to Delhi. I am not a big fan of the Forest Essentials Rose Toner. So, I went to Kama Ayurveda. Rosewater was out of stock so, I picked Mogra. You can see my Kama Ayurveda Haul here.
|Kama Ayurveda Face Mist/Toner|
Price: Rs 250 for 50ml and Rs 950 for 200ml. Similar to their Rosewater. As the price of the bigger bottle does not come very cheap compared to four smaller bottles, I suggest getting the smaller bottle. It will be travel-friendly, and you will be able to use a fresh bottle every time.
Ingredients: Steam distilled Indian Mogra (Jasmine) water.
Packaging: Opaque sturdy plastic spray bottle. The spray comes out perfectly. Faced no issues with pump/spray of the bottle (or any Kama Ayurveda bottle ever). And it goes without saying that I have misplaced that small plastic cap and the bottle like lives on its own. It is good that it is about to get over. 😉
Review: What I love is that it is pure mogra water. No added fragrance. The scent is very mild. When I use it during my skincare routine, at times, I do not even get a sniff of this among the other skincare products. I only get a whiff of jasmine when I used it alone.
It works great as a face mist before I put face oil on my skin as well as a pick-me-up on hot sunny days. It calms skin irritations and is suitable for dry and sensitive skin.
If you are looking for a floral face mist with mild fragrance or if you have dry, sensitive skin but this is a gem. You will appreciate the cooling and soothing effect.
But, I do not find it as effective as the rose water when it comes to 'toning' effect.
If I have to choose between mograwater and rose water, then I will pick the rose. The reason is simple - rose water helps in control of sebum production and helps 'balance' skin. Maybe I would have seen better effects if I had used it longer. But, as a rule, Mogra is for dry sensitive, and Rose is for the normal-oily-combination skin. So, Rose suits me better.
|Kama Ayurveda Face Toner Mogra Water|
Other options for Mograwater:
- Oilcrafts Mograwater but I have heard that the quality is not what it used it be.
- Forest Essentials Bela: If you are looking for a fragrant face mist.
Are you team rosewater or mogra? Or do you use Panchpushp? Which is your favorite?