Beauty, Moisturizers

Pond’s White Beauty Skin Perfecting Cream For Oily Skin Review

I found the Pond’s Serum Burst when looking for a decent serum to bring to Qatar and decided to buy it. It has been with me for some time, but I just decided to try it last week. When I opened the box, I discovered Pond’s White Beauty Skin Perfecting Cream instead of serum burst. I examined it several times but discovered I had the wrong product. Anyhow, I have no option but to apply this on my face because I’ve had it for a while and have already left for the Philippines, so there isn’t much more I can do to complain about.

This skin-perfecting cream contains Vitamin B3+, which, according to Pond’s, combines the effectiveness of Vitamin B3 with 12HSA to provide the most effective spot reduction treatment. The cream penetrates the skin deeply to lighten from the inside, and it contains UV filters to shield the skin from the sun’s harmful rays for a radiant white glow on the outside. We may also immediately sense a powdery finish after applying this product. Furthermore, they stated that this cream makes even stubborn pimple marks permanently disappear.

Features

🌸Gluta-boost Essence
🌸Vitamin B3+
🌸UV protection
🌸Better oil control for smooth, matte finish
🌸For oily skin

How To Use

🌸Take a small amount of cream and begin by applying it on your problem areas first, such as dark spots and uneven patches.
🌸Then dot your forehead, nose, both sides of cheek, chin and either side of neck.
🌸Massage evenly so that cream spreads equally and penetrates deep into your skin, especially the areas with dark spots.

Ingredients

Water, Stearic Acid, Hydroxystearic Acid, Niacinamide, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Silica, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Cetyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Potassium Hydroxide, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Allantoin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Disodium EDTA, Palmitic Acid, Arachidic Acid, Cystine, Sodium PCA, BHT, Ci 14700

I must admit that I was disappointed when I opened the serum burst package. That was the first time I encountered a situation where the item I was expected to utilize was in a different package. So, following my disappointment, I made the decision to give it a go and see if perhaps this one would be helpful for my skin. I persuaded myself to disregard the error I had encountered since the product is for oily skin, which truly fits my skin type.

Actually, I was extremely drawn to the packaging’s color. Pink is one of my favorite colors, thus I was immediately drawn to this product’s packaging. I thought I would actually have rose white skin after using this because of the packaging’s hue.

I used this product for the first time when I was getting ready for bed, but I soon realized that it functions more like a day cream because it made my complexion beautifully fair and non-oily. The following day, I tried to use it in the morning. In fact, the product was thick. By looking at it, you would assume that it would result in a powdery finish. In order for you to also be able to see the consistency, I swatched or glided it on my hand.

The product’s thickness will be noticeable. Though I did repeatedly glide it over my hand, I believe the reason for its delayed absorption is the thickness. It prevented my skin from being oily or greasy for a very long time, making it seem as though I didn’t need any powder at all. The biggest issue I had was that it truly gave me acne. Maybe the cream’s thickness was too much for my skin to handle. It’s a great product because it can truly manage how oily the skin is, however my face had a negative reaction to it.

My experience has convinced me that I shouldn’t buy it again. Despite the inexpensive price, it gave me a nasty break out; perhaps it would work nicely for others.

My Overall Rating

Rating: 2 out of 5.

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