A boosting vitamin powder that you mix into your skin care?
Welcome back to another review. This one is about a peculiar product. At first, I thought it was a kind of powder where I can put on my pimples to kind of have it “detoxified”, if that is even a thing- I dunno. But turns out it isn’t…
So you’re probably wondering, Sylvia- what is this? If it’s not a powder to help you dry out pimples? What do you do with it?
Well… It’s apparently:
Make post-trouble care easy-breezy with the Red-spot Lemon PowderFormulated with lemon extract and lemon oil, the Red-spot Lemon Powder is designed to renew and soothe while brightening darkened areas from those pesky breakouts.
Super easy to use—just give it a tap and combine with your favorite product for the ultimate post-trouble care product any time throughout the day and say goodbye to those pesky little spots. The Red-spot Lemon Powder is perfect for correcting darkened spots from break outs or for brightening the complexion overall.
A powder that helps with correcting dark spots on your face- it also has a vitamin C boost. It comes it a little bottle with 8g of product. It retails for RM 54 (USD 13) which you could purchase here on Wishtrend or here on Amazon.
Ascorbic Acid, Silica, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acid, Madecassic Acid, Allantoin, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Panthenol, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Oil
HOW IT IS USED
Apparently!!! You’re not supposed to use it directly onto your skin- that’s a big BIG no-no. You need to mix the product in with your moisturizer or toner. So, after, mix the Red-spot Lemon Powder with your favorite skin care product (toner, cream, etc.) and apply to desired areas.
I don’t really think this product worked on me really well. I don’t see much of a difference mainly because I don’t really have any spots I need to brighten and maintained. I honestly thought it would be for pimples…
Note: This picture (above) does not belong to me
It’s a powder and it’s pretty easy to pour out. Just have to tap it with a light hand to make sure not too much falls out. It mixes easily with products. I’ve mixed it with a few different types of moisturisers I have.
VERDICT: BYE (4/10)
For me personally, I don’t think the product worked as I don’t really need much work on spot brightening. I didn’t really think my skin looked more even in terms of tone but then again, there isn’t that much to work with on my skin so I honestly can’t give you a proper review. Overall, I definitely wouldn’t be reaching for this product nor would I ever think of repurchasing it.
Have you tried anything like this before? Do you like it? Does it really work? Let me know!
FTC – The product(s) mentioned was sent to me. All opinions and thoughts I made are truthful and based on my personal experiences, none of my opinions are influenced by anything else.
See you in the next one~