Qurez Skincare Review

Qurez Skincare Review

Hello there! Qurez sent me some products from their skincare range around 2-3 weeks ago to review. I replaced my skincare with these products and have been using them consistently since then. Let’s get started with the review and see how they fared for me.

First of all, let’s take a moment to appreciate the beautiful packaging it came in. The box is so sturdy, I’m definitely going to use this to store my makeup. Also, this is my first time doing a brand-collaboration!

Qurez Skincare Review
Qurez Skincare | Review

Inside the box came these products:

  • Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask
  • Qurez Aloe Vera and Cucumber Mist Toner Spray
  • Qurez Mattifying Sunscreen SPF50

About the brand

Qurez is a newly launched Indian brand which released their Phase 1 of skincare that includes the above-mentioned products. All the products are natural, 100% Vegan, paraben free, phthalate free and sulfate free. They’re also cruelty-free.

Availability: You can buy them from Amazon

With the actual price, I’m also attaching their sale price (I’m only adding the lowest I’ve seen it go so you get a rough idea.)

1. Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask

Price: ₹659 for 100g

Sale Price: ₹399

Activated Charcoal is quite in trend these days and helps to get rid of all the dirt and impurities from the skin. It also has tea tree oil which helps with acne and Vitamin C & E that makes skin plump and moisturizes it, respectively.

Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask
Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask | Review

This face mask has a gritty texture and you’re supposed to massage it when it dries to scrub dead skin cells away. I massage it on my nose, that’s where I have blackheads and whiteheads, and it makes that area so smooth after washing. My skin is very sensitive to physical exfoliants as they break me out so I don’t massage my entire face.

I use this twice or thrice a week after cleansing my face and leave it on for 10 minutes and wash off. It leaves my congested skin really clean and moisturized (feels like I’ve applied some cream on my face). It doesn’t cause any dryness at all so it might be good for people with dry skin as well.

Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask Review
Qurez Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask

I’ve gotten used to its strong citrusy smell now but it did bother me a lot initially. So if you’re someone who can’t tolerate strong fragrances due to health reasons or it just bothers you, it’s not an ideal choice.

2. Qurez Aloe Vera and Cucumber Mist Toner Spray

Price: ₹260 for 50ml

Sale Price: ₹149

This mist comes in a small spray bottle which is quite travel-friendly. The spray is not at all messy and sprays products evenly. You don’t need a lot, just 2 sprays and you’re good to go.

The mist is very hydrating and my oily skin can happily skip a moisturizer. It says it can be used as a body mist as well but I haven’t so can’t comment on that.

Qurez Aloe Vera and Cucumber Mist Toner Spray
Qurez Aloe Vera and Cucumber Mist Toner Spray | Review

It is enriched with such great ingredients but I can’t smell any of those, instead, it has a strong car-perfume-like smell. I wish it had no fragrance at all or at least had a mild natural smell.

A heads up would be to not let it come on your lips because when you randomly lick your lips, you get a really bitter taste! (Speaking from personal experience because I go a bit extra with sprays)

3. Qurez Mattifying Sunscreen SPF 50

Price: ₹450 for 50 ml

Sale Price: ₹339

The SPF comes in a small pump dispenser, excellent for travelling. It has the mildest smell amongst the lot and is white in colour.

Qurez Mattifying Sunscreen SPF50
Qurez Mattifying Sunscreen SPF50 | Review

I take around half to one pump for my face and it sets to a satin-matte finish on my oily skin. It doesn’t have drying kind of matte effect so it can be used by people of all kinds of skin type, I suppose.

Also, it doesn’t feel like something is resting on your face and is water-resistant. It doesn’t wear off when you sweat (I’m in Chennai, you sweat on windy days too!). So lesser re-applications! Also, no white patches.

Qurez Skincare
Qurez Skincare | Conclusion


For me, the Activated Charcoal Scrub Mask is the hero amongst the lot and the sunscreen is also a pretty decent and affordable option especially for people with combination or oily skin.

I like the hydrating effects of face mist but its fragrance is something I don’t enjoy.

The products are really good and affordable. It’s so good to see so many Indian brands coming up with vegan, cruelty-free options!

6 Replies to “Qurez Skincare Review”

  1. These sound great! I love that they are cruelty free, I think in this day all companies should be the same! Thank you for sharing your review x

    1. It does feel good to see brands bringing out cruelty-free products. Let’s hope soon all will do the same. Thank you for stopping by Lauren!

      1. You are welcome! You have a lovely blog! X

        1. Thank you so much!❤️️

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