Winters leads to dry skin, chapped skin. Only way to product our skin from harsh winds is to moisturize it really well. I keep stock of lotions, oils and creams in winters for my skin. If you don’t take care of your skin well it becomes scaly and dry in long run. Once your skin seems deteriorated it will be difficult to regain its lustre. My new addition is St D’Vence Moisturizer Winter Edition. I have reviewed its facewash and aloe vera gel on my blog. Today I am going to review St. D’Vence Moisturiser Winter Edition.
St. D’Vence Winter Edition Lotion Ingredients – St. D’Vence lotion is enriched with shea butter, olive oil, tea tree oil and Vitamin E. Because of these ingredients this lotion is named as winter edition lotion.
St. D’Vence Winter Edition Moisturiser Review – St. D’Vence lotion is a white colour lotion with creamy consistency. This has a nice soothing fragrance that lingers on your skin for some time after application. Smell is not overbearing and will suit sensitive noses as well. You have to take good amount of lotion to moisturize your skin well. I usually apply lotion immediately after taking shower and also on arms before going to sleep. It spreads easily and gets absorbed in skin in no time. St. D’Vence lotion feels really light on skin and doesn’t feel greasy at all. It keeps my skin moisturized all day long. Strange thing happened this time that the similar packaging that made me to like earlier products, I hated this time. As already this lotion is thick and winters are making it worse. It was a task to extract lotion from pump. I had to actually press pump for good five to ten minutes to make it work. And even once it started working there was not a free flow. Lotion is of very good quality only thing bothered is pump packaging due to severe winters. 100ml of St. D’Vence Winter Edition Lotion is for Rs. 229
- Moisturizing lotion
- Keeps skin nourished for long
- Suits all skin types
- Spreads easily
- Decently priced
- Thick creamy consistency lotion
- Smells good
- Pump packaging makes it inconvenient to extract lotion
- Winters make lotion more thick
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