What is it and who is it for? Lotus Herbals Safe Sun Skin Lightening Anti Tan Sunblock SPF 30 /Lotus Sunscreen is a skin lightening and anti-tan sunscreen lotion which helps us protect our skin from all sorts of UV damage from pre-mature aging to sunburns. It’s for all skin types. It is most important for the people who are constantly exposed to UV(mostly sunlight). The most attractive contents are Lime blossom and kiwi extracts: Lightening agents which draw us towards this product. Net quantity available is 50g.
How to Use:
On a clean dry skin of our face and exposed parts of the body, apply liberally and evenly. Reapply frequently.
My Experience with Lotus Herbals Safe Sun Skin Lightening Anti-tan Sunblock SPF 30
This is my all time favorite sunscreen lotion. I have repurchased this a ton of times I guess. It is nongreasy and provides instant fairness. But this fades out. I love the consistency, initially, it might feel a little oily but it gets absorbed really nicely and looks nice and even on the skin. I’ve tried a lot of sunscreens but this has never proved me wrong. My skin doesn’t tan like before now. However, I don’t think that this lotion has any anti-tan feature. I have seen my tan fading at a normal rate and not that this speeds up the process. But other than that I love this product because it doesn’t feel heavy on the skin and also didn’t aggravate my acne problem, unlike most lotions.
- Sinks in quickly and nicely into the skin.
- A decent amount of product is available.
- Doesn’t worsen the acne situation.
- The packaging is horrible. It squirts out a horrible amount of product sometimes and creates a huge mess.
- As soon as you apply, it might look too white for people who are slightly on the darker side.
- Lightens the skin only for some time and then goes back to looking normal.
- Not so easily available. Best bought from online shopping sites.
Overall would I Repurchase and Recommend?
Yes, I definitely would and as mentioned I have repurchased it a lot of times. It works really well for me. But for the people who are more exposed to the sunlight, I would recommend a sunscreen with more SPF, at least an SPF of 50. So concluding, for the people who can work out the problem with the packaging and who are not constantly exposed to the sunlight, this is probably the best sunscreen out there.