VLCC Matte Look Sunscreen Lotion SPF30 PA+++ Review

by Kamya Dixit
4 minutes read

VLCC Matte Look Sunscreen Lotion : Hi, guys, a sun screen lotion is a must have as it protects the skin from harmful UV rays which prevents any skin pigmentation and also protects the skin from being damaged. For today’s review post I have picked a sun screen lotion which has a non-sticky formula for giving a matte look to your facial skin, this unisex ‘Matte Look’ sunscreen lotion from VLCC is an ideal pick.  It contains almond oil which deeply moisturizes and imparts a glow on face. Carrot oil helps in skin whitening while Aloe Vera & Sandalwood soothes skin from within. Enriched with pineapple extracts it hydrated the skin leaving it soft and supple. VLCC Matte look sun screen lotion is a broad spectrum with SPF30 and PA+++ which provides long duration protection from UVA and UVB harmful rays.

VLCC Matte Look Sun Screen Lotion SPF30 PA+++ Review

  • Price: -115rs.

My Experience with VLCC Matte Look Sunscreen Lotion

The sunscreen lotion comes in a slim tube like packaging with the tint of yellow, orange and white color with a round orange color cap at the top. The packaging is travel-friendly and looks good. the product description is imprinted at the back of the sun screen lotion. the texture of the sun screen is not very creamy but it is still creamy. The consistency of the sunscreen is not very runny or thick which looks smooth and still kind of. The color of the sunscreen is like natural shade foundation which can easily suit almost all Indian skin tone type. It is lightly tinted sunscreen which hides all pigmentation, dark circles, blemishes and scars very well. The cream needs lots of blending to completely mix with my skin natural color. This sunscreen gives a matte look which looks so natural and pretty control oil production. Sweating doesn’t have any much effect on the sun screen cream as it stays there which is good. The application I feel like my skin feels lightly more hydrated may be because of the pineapple extracts present in it. This sunscreen has a nice 30+ SPF is which is good for daily wear if you are looking for more SPF then you might don’t like it. It has a very light pineapple type fragrance in it which does not last very long. It doesn’t break me out also didn’t clog my pores which is very good actually. It stays for 3-4 hours needs to be reapplied after every 3 hours for maximum results. The best is if you are not a foundation person you can use this sun screen as your base it completely works like a foundation but with natural benefits.It is a non-greasy cream which has very light weight formula. During day time, it completely gives a clean matte finish look of foundation and looks fresh. You have to apply a light weight oil free moisturizer on your face before using this sunscreen otherwise it won’t blend that well. Yes, it’s not that easily blend able. It Is a big no for dry skin specially or else their skin will feel more dry, patchy, flaked and dehydrated.  The company claims it’s for all skin types but that is not really possible different skin have different skincare needs. Matte look products are specially used for oily skin and combination skin only. Overall a good product for oily and combination skin.

  1. Provides beautiful matte finish.
  2. Affordable
  3. Matches Indian skin tone perfectly.
  4. Little quantity is required to cover the face.
  1. Very thick texture
  2. Requires cream application for smooth blending.
  3. Skin feels dry after few hours.
Will I Repurchase Or Recommend:-

I would rate it 4.5/5. I will repurchase it and only recommend to oily skinned beauties.

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Sone August 16, 2017 - 10:02 AM

Ohh , too bad I don’t like the ” mattifying ” sunscreens :confused