My today’s review is on a very essential product for the summer. This one is the VLCC Max SunBlock Lotion SPF 70. Summers for me is all about getting tanned! And I hate it. Some people have it the easier way, you know, maximum they will go down one shade on the card. But in my case, it’s extreme. I still remember my trip to Goa… I used everything and anything possible to fight my tan…all in vail. The problem with me and SunBlock is that we just don’t get along too well. I look oily and it just sucks! Also, these SunBlocks never seem to be working on me.
VLCC Claims :
VLCC Max Sun Block Lotion is an innovative broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 70 with natural actives that protects skin from the harsh sun-rays that may cause tanning and pigmentation. It is enriched with Rosemary, Baikal Skullcap and Shea Butter that provide moisturization, help soften, soothe and comfort the skin. It is non-greasy and does not leave any white film post application.
- Long duration sun protection
- Protect against Sun Tan
- Remove Dark Spots
- Keeps skin protected and moisturize
Directions for use :
Apply liberally and evenly on face and neck at-least 15-20 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply frequently for long duration sun exposure.
Key Ingredients :
This product comes in a yellow -white squeeze tube. It is hygienic and very easy to use. It has an orange flip cover that avoids spilling.vThe lotion is thick and takes time to get absorbed into the skin. It smells great. It’s soft and soothing. It is white in color and has thick in consistency.
- Travel Friendly packing.
- Easy available.
- Helps to protect the skin from UV rays.
- Mild fragrance.
- Protect skin from harmful sunrays.
- Moisturises the skin from deep inside
- Ideal to protect the skin from long duration sun exposure
Reason Not To Love About This Product :
- Take time to absorbs, it doesn’t blend easily.
- Not for combination skin types.
- It give whitish cast to my face.
MomDaughterBlog Review : 3.5 out of 5
Overall, Doesn’t suit for all skin types and maximum they will go down one shade on the card. But in my case, it’s extreme.I would not recommend it to combination skin types.