Hello lovely ladies 🙂 Here I am with another review of mine – Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream Review. With the winter showing no mercy, aren’t you feeling the chill? Well, thawing a plate of hot pakoras while cosily snuggling into the comfortable mountain of blankets (because one blanket is never sufficient to brave the chilly winters) would be a feasible idea to kick the cold. Won’t it? I wouldn’t move an inch if someone paid me to do that 🙂 Anyway, don’t those apple-shaped cheeks of kids which turn a comely mix of red and pink when they smile,, compel you to look at them with sheep’s eyes? Those round chubby cheeks which jiggle on touching and turn red as they smile or when you pull their cheeks, do look prepossessing 🙂 Add to that the naturally glowing skin tone of kids makes it look all the more alluring. While to get chubby cheeks, you need to gorge, to get glowing skin, you need to work a bit outwardly too 🙂
Like always, I was lured by the “organic” tag, hence, I bought Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream. Today, I will review it and let you know how it fared for me, whether it delivers on certain parameters or simply a ‘All sizzle no steak” all the way. Check out Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream Review below.
Price of Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream : Rs.399/- for 50 g
Directions for use :Massaaging should be done in the direction of curves, in a rhythm of inner to outer motions. Use generous amounts of massage cream, especially for those who have dry skin.
Ingredients : Aloe barbadensis miller, stevia rebaudiana, withania somnifera, acorus calamus, bacopa monnieri, cetyl alcohol, stearic acid, silicon, aqua, preservative.
Shelf life : 2 Years
Color : off white
Smell : Very mild (although artificial) but transient.
What Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream claims
My experience with Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream
Packed in an exactly similar pack as Avera Alo Apricot Scrub, I find Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream sturdy and certainly spillage-free but inconvenient for usage (since you have to ensure that you have squeaky clean hands every time you use it). Since the price paid is also a bit high so expecting a better packaging would be inevitable. On the whole, it is not up to the mark in terms of packaging.
The texture is like whipped cream 🙂 It is lightweight but a bit oily. While it spreads easily and gets absorbed into one’s skin conveniently, yet that oiliness shows. If you use a generous amount as is instructed, then you will end up sporting a slightly oily face and neck. No doubt it does make your skin glow for sometime. In my case, the ‘deliberately contrived’ glow lasted from around half an hour to 45 minutes. However, expecting long-lasting glow would be far-fetched.
I would like to reiterate that it has a “slightly” oily texture not overly oily so don’t picture your face with oil dripping all over! Perhaps if a little quantity is used and then covered with other makeup weapons known to the female species, it won’t pose a challenge and make you feel at ease with it 🙂 In my opinion, Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream is suitable for use by dry, extremely dry and normal skin. Oily skin shouldn’t place its bets on this one. It doesn’t hydrate for even an hour so expecting moisturization/hydration would leave you dispirited.
A major limitation is that it contains alcohol which will ultimately harm your skin in the long-run so be cautious if you’re going to use it.
On the whole, Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream?is below par in performance. It may impart a subtle glow temporarily yet has alcohol, is slightly oily and poor in moisturization.
Good about Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream
- Imparts a subtle glow
- Spreads easily
Bad about Avera Aloe Face Glow Cream
- Contains alcohol
- Slightly oily
- Poor moisturization/hydration power
- Limited availability
- Tub-packaging, makes it inconvenient to use
Availability : Online
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 1/5