Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub

Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub Review

Price – Rs 750/-

Quantity – 50 ml

Hello guys and welcome back to, hope you all are safe and doing well. Here I am with a new review for you all. It’s about Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub.

This was sent to me by a brand to try it out and after giving it a try here I am with a detailed review of it.

So without any further due let’s get started with the review.

Claims on the Product

Your scrub cannot get milder than this one. Discover a smooth, radiant and flawless complexion with this gentle facial exfoliating scrub that eliminates sebum, surface impurities and unclogs pores while smoothing the skin. It blends the benefits of Natural exfoliating Sugar and Natural Black Sand, with the traditional beauty recipe Kumkumadi tailam, to gently yet effectively slough off dead skin cells and promote a fresh, youthful appearance. Vitamin-E acts as an antioxidant by neutralizing free radicals, thereby preventing signs of ageing, while keeping the skin hydrated, supple and healthy.


Sucrose, Propylene Glycol, Kumkumadi Oil, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Black Sand, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol, Triethylene glycol, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Caramel, Xanthan Gum, Parfum, BHT.

How to use it

Gently massage a sufficient amount on wet face for about 1-2 mins, avoiding eyes, and rinse off. Use once or twice a week.

Product Details and My Experience of Using It

Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub comes in a very sturdy transparent packaging, the outer cardboard packaging is white in color with all the details engraved on it with silver color. Inside is a plastic transparent jar with a screwed up cap on it. The scrub is secured with white plastic cover.

The packaging is quite travel-friendly. It says you can use it twice a week but I use it once a week.

The consistency of the scrub is quite thick and it is light brown in color. It has a very soothing fragrance of kumkumadi tailam. It has very thin sugar granules in it.

Now coming to my experience of using it, I am using this scrub once a week. The thin sugar granules are very soft and don’t feel harsh on the skin. It exfoliates and removes dead skin and makes the face very clean and soft. It is enriched with kumkumadi tailam and Vitamin E oil which helps in retaining the skin moisture and also does not make the face dry.

I massage it for a minute on my face and the sugar granules gets dissolved completely.

The best part is it has 0% Parabens, Mineral Oil, Formaldehyde & Dyes. It is also dermatologically tested so it can be used by sensitive skin people also.

In Brief

Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub exfoliates the face very well. It helps in removing dead skin cells and impurities, at the same time also moisturizes the skin with kumkumadi tailam in it. I feel it works on a dual concept that is cleaning the face and moisturizing at the same time.

Now let’s see the Pros and Cons

Pros –

  • Exfoliates very well
  • Enriched with 22 herbs
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Contains Kumkumadi Tailam
  • Doesn’t cause skin dryness
  • Travel-Friendly Packaging
  • Contains very thin sugar granules
  • Made in India product

Cons –

  • I wish it could be tube packaging instead of the tub than it would be more hygienic to use.


I will rate it 4.5/5

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Final Verdict

I am surely going to buy it once this one gets emptied as I feel tiny granules of sugar is one of the best scrubs when it comes to skincare and scrubbing.

So this was all about Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub. I hope you guys liked the review. I will be back soon with a new post till then subscribe to this blog via E-mail and follow me on my social media channels i.e Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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You can buy it from the below link ⇓

Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub


Vasu Age Revitalizing Sugar Scrub


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