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Lakme Fruit Moisture Peach & Plum Daily Glow Moisturiser - Review

What it claims: Enhance your skin’s natural radiance and protect it from the sun with this 12-hour daily moisturiser with sunscreens. Every drop is infused with peach and plum concentrate that soften your skin, giving you a radiant glow. Peaches are a natural source of AHAs that boosts your skin’s natural resilience against wrinkles, dryness and sun damage. Vitamin-rich plums give you younger looking and glowing skin.

Available in
55ml for Rs. 75,
100ml for Rs. 130 &
200ml for Rs. 210


Review: This is an extremly light moisturiser that will suit combination skins during winters. It hydrates without being oily (although it didn't work as well on my dry skin - I would have to reapply every 3-4 hours - didn't live up to its 12 hours moisturisation claim). It also does make the skin look like it is glowing, for some reason.

On the other hand, I didn't like the smell of this lotion at all, it was very strong & too fruity for my taste. Also if you apply too much, it makes the face appear very oily (must be the same thing that makes the skin appear glowy when applied in moderation). Also SPF level is not specified.

Overall: If your budget is low & you got combination skin then you might like this. This is just a plain, basic moisturiser. Don't expect miracles from this, and you won't be disappointed. 

This product was sent to my by the Company / PR for consideration, however that has not affected my review in any way.

Comments

  1. seems to be decent buy for the winters...

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  2. yup me buying it this winters:)

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  3. ohh..i have lots to finish..i love my bioglow n vaseline total moisture..n just got garnier body cocoon..
    so i have my hands full for now...

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  4. THANKS FOR THE REVIEW.haqv seen this lotsa time at the store near my house

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  5. I actually like both the creams from this range...sad that the moisturizers aren't good. Thanks for the review!

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  6. got to try this out now.. :-))

    reviewofbeautyproducts.blogspot.com

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  7. I haven't tried this yet, though I think the best moisturisers are the cold creams, what say?

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  8. @Retnu: Yup, it's ok.. :)

    @Anamika: :).. I hope you like it! I personally found it to be just so-so. Not as nice as fab india vit e gel which I tried recently.

    @Bhumika: Ok! :)

    @IMW: Yr welcome! :)

    @m.273: Yet to start with the creams :).. The lotions are just ok, not good but not that bad either.

    @ShoppinginB: I hope u like it

    @Speaking Chic: 101% agree! I love my cold creams, and I do find them to be the best, nothing compares to them. :D

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  9. too oily for my skin too. Still loved the smell

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  10. I tried this out- my frnd has this....
    It was v ok..
    Nice honest review!!

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  11. im rlly liking this lotion nwdays! ur rite.. the fruity smell is a lil overpowering bt it rlly makes u glow fr some reason!

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  12. hey, thanks for the amazing review. I am new to your blog. Can you tell me how can I subscribe to your blog via email???

    XX

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  13. @Nivedita: Yup, it does appear oily when applied too much

    @Simran: hehehe.. thanks. :)

    @Priyam: Glad u liked it! It does really make the skin look all glowy & dewy na?? I wonder why?

    @Meg.Meh.P: Hey! Welcome to the blog & glad u liked it! I don't have a suscribe by email option as of now, but gimme some time & i'll work on it :)

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