At my age, I need a day cream with sunscreen protection to prevent my skin from the damaging effects of UV rays. I’ve already tried a few sunscreens/sunblocks before but I can’t seem to find the one that does not feel greasy at all. Luckily, last month I was introduced to Loreal White Perfect Day Cream with SPF17. I’m definitely using it until now and I’m happy with the results.
Loreal Paris has come up with a new technological breakthrough for this product – the Melanin-Vanishâ„¢, 1 drop is equal to 50x more powerful whitening effect. It has a double action that helps neutralize melanin production at the source and helps remove the cells loaded with melanin to brighten up skin complexion. It also provides protection against UV induced skin darkening with SPF17/PA++.Â In quite a few weeks, skin will be more transparent, Â more healthy glowing (thanks to Tourmaline gemstone), and visibly brighter.
The cream’s texture is light and non-greasy. I apply it right after I wash my face so it’s more quickly absorbed. It blends well with any powder foundation (compact or loose), and does not cake at all. This product is also an excellent moisturizer.
The price per jar isÂ Php 595, available nationwide in leading department stores, drug & beauty stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets (SM Department Stores and Watsons Beauty Stores, PCX, Landmark Department Stores, Robinsons Department Stores, Shopwise, Mercury Drug Stores, Gaisano Metro Department Stores).
My skin complexion is somewhere between “morena” dark and “mestiza” white. I have a few dark spots and my skin is dull. After using Loreal Perfect White Day Cream every morning for one month, I’m happy that my skin brightened up a bit. Results were similar to a few facial sessions with a dermatologist, where your skin clears up and glows. Of course, exfoliating twice a week did help too.
This picture was taken during my son’s 1st birthday last December 22, 2010. I used Ellana Loose Mineral Powder Foundation in Chai Tea Latte (no heavy foundation), with light eye makeup, blush, and lipstick.