I was given the privilege to attend Niscenssa’s Direct Sales Launching (Read post HERE) few weeks ago and the goody bag they gave to the attendees contained some of their products from their Dr. Skin line. The first thing that I tried immediately after the event and got me hooked was their Dr. Skin Whitening Hand & Body Lotion.
I don’t really use this for my entire body. Instead, I keep this in my everyday kikay kit along with my alcohol and contact lens solution. See, I have this weird obsession with alcohol. I always feel the need to spray my hands with alcohol almost every 20 minutes which prolly explains why I often have dry hands. Good thing handy dandy lotions were invented. 🙂
Product Info taken from Niscenssa’s site
Uses: Natural active ingredients nourish and lighten skin, leading to healthier, fairer & even skin tone; provides natural yet full spectrum protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays from the sun; non-greasy and fast absorbing
Contents: Aqua, Mineral oil, Octyl methoxycinnamate, Propylene Glycol, Isoprophyl myristate, Sodium Lactate, Sodium Gluconate, Phenoxyethanol (and) Methylparaben (and) Butylparaben (and) Ethylparaben (and) Propylparaben, Vitis vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Fragrance, Hydrolyzed Prunus Domestica, Tocopherol
When we think of derma lotions or any product from derm clinics in general, the first thing that pops into our mind is usually the strong chemical smells that is common to all derm product. Whether it’s a soap, toner or even creams. But that is definitely not applicable for Dr. Skin Whitening Hand & Body Lotion for it smells a lot like citrus-y something (Sorry, I’m no good in describing smells). LOL! Bottom line is, it smells so much better compared to the lotion I used from Lynderm. 😀
The consistency is not as thick as other commercially available lotions in the market but it is in no way watery. Do you know the weird feeling when your lotion is mixed with water and when you rub it on your skin, it feels awkward… like it’s not absorbed by the skin or something? This lotion definitely doesn’t feel that way. 🙂 My hands also feel soft and smell good after using this so thumbs up for that.
There is still room for improvement in the SPF level. SPF15 is a bit too low if you’re going to use this on its own. Another thing is that, it lacks few points in the moisturizing/hydrating department.
Don’t forget to check out their products.
They’re now available online for more convenience.
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