Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review

I am not much into layering of skincare as my skin is acne and clog prone. I hardly use any serums or gels beneath my moisturizer. But Suganda Centella Green Tea gel has changed my perception of layering method of skincare. I regularly use oil free moisturizers to keep acne at bay, but that does make my skin dehydrated. Read on the Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review to know whether it helps with oily skin. *PR

Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review

Brand Claims

An oil-free gel that provides skin with the required nutrients and moisture. Centella is rich in madecassoside and has a variety of skin benefits such as anti-aging, moisturizing, and skin-soothing properties. This gel also contains Green Tea extracts that reduce sunburn due to UV B rays. So it works well before and after sun exposure. Panthenol is soothing to the skin and Hyaluronic Acid is deeply hydrating.

Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review


Aqua, Propylene glycol, Cyclodextrin (and) Centella Asiatica Extract, Panthenol, Glycerin, Green Tea Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Betaine, Sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer, Xanthan Gum, Sodium hyaluronate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Benzoate

Price Shelf life and Availability

750 INR for 50 ml with a shelf life of 2 years from date of manufacturing. Available on Suganda website.

Packaging, Texture and Fragrance

The gel is housed in an amber coloured glass bottle with a plastic pump. The pump mechanism which works good and the nozzle has a small cap to prevent exposure to air or environment. The texture of the gel is very thin and consistency is watery. The product has no added fragrance neither from essential oils nor any other ingredient. It is a fragrance free formulation, although it does smell a little like glue.

Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review

My experience with Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel

Suganda Centella Green Tea gel is a simple gel meant to be used as a moisturizer for oily skin. It doesn’t contain any occlusive or oils to seal in the hydrating effect it provides. Ever since I have received it, I use it as a serum beneath my moisturizer and have seen good results.

I use two pumps of the gel and then layer my Plum oil free moisturizer or Pure Bubbles Clarity Lotion to seal in the hydration. The gel transforms into water consistency as you massage it in. It doesn’t leave any sticky after feels and absorbs into the skin nicely. It contains ingredients like Centella, Green Tea, Hyaluronic Acid which are quite soothing in nature. I see improvements in my dehydrated skin with a little plumping effect.

Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel acts more as a serum with additional skin beneficial extracts rather than a standalone moisturizing gel. The brand has mentioned that you can even add a drop of oil like squalane or hemp for other skin types.

After my first face shaving experience, I applied generous amount of this gel and it felt good. That day I just applied this gel and took a break from my regular skincare routine. Additionally, the composition of Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel is best if your skin faces irritation due to excessive use of actives or as a soothing gel post shaving your face. It can also be incorporated by dry, normal skin types in layering method of skincare. Oily skin types can use it beneath a light weight moisturizer or even under a sunscreen for a hydrating effect.

The In

  • Lightweight gel texture apt for oily acne prone skin
  • Can be used as serum by all skin types
  • Essential oil-free, fragrance-free formula
  • Formulated with soothing, anti aging and antioxidant ingredients
  • Contains Hyaluronic acid and hence can double up as a HA based serum too
  • Other skin types can use it in layering method of skincare
  • Non sticky feel and gets absorbed easily
  • Skin feels plump and even toned with regular use
  • Can be used when skin is irritated due to actives or shaving
  • Little goes a long way

The Out

  • Nothing as such

Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel Review

Speaking of the product, it has only restored my faith in layering method of skincare and has shown me some good effects. It is a simple gel, made with soothing and hydrating ingredients for oily, acne prone skin. Being said that, the gel is versatile enough for other skin types in layering method or as a serum. It is also a good moisturising gel to soothe the skin owing to antioxidant and soothing ingredients like Panthenol, Centella and Green Tea. The product also contains hyaluronic acid and is free from fragrance which makes it an all in one product if you are looking for a serum or gel for hydrating effect. Overall speaking Suganda Centella Green Tea Gel is good as a serum and is pretty affordable product as little goes a long way. It’s on my purchase list for sure.


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.