Review Of Three Fuschia Vkare Products And A Little Announcement

I am loving the skincare scene in India for the last year or more because there are so many all organic brands available now that have no artificial ingredients or harmful chemicals. Most of them are indie brands and most I came across thanks to subscription boxes or Instagram. Out of the many that I have tried, some of my personal favorites are Fuschia Vkare, Greenberry Organics and Natural Bath and Body, to name a few. So when Fuschia asked me if I liked to review some of their products, I of course said yes. They sent me the products in September, and I have been using them since, so here are my 100% honest reviews.

Before I start reviewing the three products I got, here is something about the brand.

Fuschia skincare products are handmade using only natural ingredients. All our products are free of SLS, Parabens, Phthlates, Mineral Oils and we do not test our products on Animals”

Starting from the product I loved the most, it is the Blush Face Mask

The main ingredients of this pack is rose water, kaolin light, china clay, Bentonite powder and many such natural ingredients.


The color of the pack is, as the name suggest, rose pink in color. It looks the same when applied on face as well.

My experience with the product

This is one of the most hydrating masks I have ever used!! It has not only rose water, but also Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Plus the china clay, bentonite powder help me control breakouts which sometimes happen in my t-zone area. It is easy to apply; and I prefer using a brush to apply it, and dries in about 15 to 20 minutes. To wash off, I use a sponge because it makes the job so much easier!! The result is a bright, really hydrated skin that feels soft and supple to touch. I use it sometimes with another of their mask, the charcoal detox mask when I feel that my t-zone is acting up. I use the detox mask on the nose area, forehead and the rose mask on rest of the face. So do I recommend this product? 100% if you have dry skin and need a thorough cleaning without drying your skin.

The second product I liked was their Wheatgerm Oil Soap

As you can see from the picture, it is nearly over.

The main ingredients in this soap is again all natural; it has of course wheatgerm oil, vegetable glycerine base, olive oil, castor oil and coconut oil.

My experience with the product

The soap is ok, nothing very remarkable. The best thing about it is that, it does not dry out your skin like soaps generally do. That is because it has no chemicals and oils that are very hydrating. Also unlike handmade soaps I have used before, this one did not melt despite being in bathroom and being wet thanks to my boys. This soap also has no smell and so good for those who don’t like very fragrant soaps, like my husband. As for recommending it, I will recommend it to those who don’t like fragrant soaps, but love natural handmade soaps that are hydrating and not drying. I personally like fragrant soaps, so will not buy it.

The last product that did not work for me at all was the Herbal Fusion Shampoo

The shape of the bottle is very unique.

Again the ingredients are very natural like Brahmi extract, lemongrass oil, Amla, Shikakai, and others.

My Experience with the product

The shampoo did not work at all for me. It dried my hair; and since I have dry hair to begin with, I asked my husband, who has oily hair to use it. He also felt that the shampoo was drying on his head. I tried it twice but each time the same result came. I contacted the brand, and they were very welcoming of my experience.

So these are my views regarding three products from Fuschia Vkare. And now, here is information for my giveaway. Unlike other times, this time it is for India only. You can watch my latest YouTube video to know what the prize is, and then come back here and enter it.

November Euphorbia Box ***Only for Indian***

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