Ethicare Remedies Nutraclin Neutral pH Cleanser Review

Bodywashes come in handy especially during travelling. I love using handmade soaps as well as trying out new bodywashes. Today’s review is about Ethicare Remedies Nutraclin bodywash.

Brand claims
Experience the premium, gentle and soap free bath. Recommended by most of the dermatologists. Every skin requires cleansing each day to remove debris (sweat dirt and bacteria). This serves to condition skin balance. Neutral pH in Nutraclin body wash suits the acid mantle of the skin. Moisturizers in Nutraclin body wash keep your skin hydrated all day long. Special formulation of Nutraclin body wash does not clog the skin pores, helping your skin to remain healthy, silky and hydrated all the time. To get the best result, use Nutraclin body wash regularly.

Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Aloe vera, Jojoba oil, SLS, SLES, Fragrance
My Experience
As seen in the pictures the bodywash is packaged in a flat bottle with a flip top cap. The shape of the bottle makes it travel friendly. The cap fits tightly and is leakproof.
Now coming to the colour and fragrance of the bodywash, the bodywash is colourless and the fragrance is aqua means a little minty sort. The fragrance is very soothing and not so lingering. The bodywash is a bit thick in consistency which makes it a little bit difficult to dispense from the bottle.
The bodywash lathers quite well and forms a bubbly foam. The bodywash cleanses the skin thoroughly and makes it clean and fresh. However it does take time to get washed off. The bodywash has SLS and SLES. Sometimes when we use hotwater bath it tends to dry out the skin. Else with lukewarm water it doesn’t dry out the skin.
The In
  • Cleanses the skin thoroughly
  • Great fragrance
  • Makes the skin feel fresh
  • Contains Coconut Oil, Aloe vera, Jojoba oil
  • Budget friendly
  • Maintains the pH balance of the skin

The Out
  • Contains SLS, SLES, fragrance
  • Dries out the skin a bit

Price, Shelf life – 199 INR for 200ml with a shelf life of.
Overall a good option to try out as a bodywash. But if you are into SLS, SLES free bodywashes then this surely isn’t the bodywash. Moreover it also contains fragrance which is best avoided for the skin.

About Sonali

Sonali, is a skincare aficionado who tackles one skin problem at a time. She has been blogging at Skincare Villa since 2016 and is a Certified Formulator for making dry powder based masks and cleansers.