Who is it for? Lotus Wheatnourish Cream is for those with dry skin.
HOW TO USE
Wash face with lukewarm water. Apply all over face and neck. Moisten hands with cold water and gently massage for 5 minutes using upward and outward strokes. Leave on for 10-15 minutes and remove with damp cotton.
My Experience with Lotus Wheatnourish Cream
Almost all the creams from this brand comes in same looking packaging. This product comes in a heavy glass jar with an off-white screw cap.
Texture and Consistency -
So this cream is white in color. It has a smooth texture but it has a very thick consistency.
The cream has a very yummy sweet almond fragrance which is really alluring.
My experience -
I have used this cream only two times till now and it came out very disappointing. I follow all the instructions written on the packaging but still, I do not find anything magical happening to my skin. This cream is a headache as it makes me wait a lot for 5 minutes of massaging then leaving the cream for 10-15 minutes and the finally wiping it off. This is a very long process which is really irritating. Every time I use this cream small pimples appear all over my face which is not a good sign at all. And at the end, one thing which I would like to say about this cream is that the only thing which is doing very nicely is to make my oily skin even more oily which is “Pathetic”.
This is a product which is heavy and is not at all travel – friendly. It makes skin moisturized and supple. It is made up of herbal ingredients. It has an alluring fragrance. It makes skin soft and supple. But its claim that it suits all skin type is not true. It didn’t suit my skin. Small pimples appear all over my face after using this. It makes skin super oily which naturally means it will not suit oily skin, maybe dry skin women find it useful.
Would I Recommend
I would only recommend this cream to dry skin women. And I’m just not going to repurchase this product again in my life.
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