Lily's Touch Miracle Cream Review

In my Relumins Professional Acne Clear Trio review, I've mentioned there that I'm using a whitening cream with sunscreen to help lighten my dark spots. I seriously braved myself to use the product along with the said Acne Set mainly because the cream has a sunscreen to protect my face while it's in the healing process.

Lily's Touch Miracle Cream Review

Lily's Touch Miracle Cream is rich with whitening and anti-aging ingredients, this hypoallergenic cream will make your skin lighter, smoother, and brighter in seven days.

Active ingredients:
Kojic acid, Zinc oxide, Titanium dioxide, Alpha Tocopherol ( Vit.E), Sunflower oil, Emu oil, Whitening plant extracts.

Where to buy?
Facebook: Cheska's Store 
Instagram: @cheskasstore

How much?

I was seeing this miracle cream on my social media feeds being endorsed by some celebrities and I seriously ignored it a thousand times because I thought it was just over promoted. As I've said, I decided to use it as a sunscreen without expecting it to help me get rid of dark spots.

I've been using Lily's Touch Miracle Cream for more than a month now and I must say that I'm enjoying using the product because it really helps in fading my dark spots plus a few dots on my face will go a long way. You don't actually need to put on too much product to see its effect. What I'm doing is I'm putting four dots on my face (forehead, chin, and cheeks) and spread it evenly.

It has a sweet melon smell that will surely bring back the child within you because it literally smells like a melon candy. I'm using the product once a day (After my morning bath) and I think the 50ml tub will last for more than two months because it's really matipid. After reading the ingredients for the second time, I've found out that it contains kojic acid (that's why it lightens) but, but, but! The product is hypoallergenic so you don't have to worry about irritation. I have a very sensitive skin and I'm a living proof that it don't irritate skin.

The product also contains titanium dioxide (typically used as sunscreen) that's why it provides white cast specially on flash photography. I don't have much to say about it because my before and after picture on my Relumins Professional Acne Clear Trio review is very evident how effective the product is. As courtesy to other readers, here's the said photo:
To summarize everything, here are the things that I like and I don't like about Lily's Touch Miracle Cream.

What I like:
• Hypoallergenic
• Effective in whitening
• Has sunscreen
• A little goes a long way
• Sweet Melon scent
• 50ml tub (can last for a month or two)
• Very detailed packaging  (it contains all you need to know about the product.)
• Can be applied under makeup

What I don't like:
• White cast (on flash photography)
• A little heavy upon application (but it becomes very light after few minutes.)
• Flaky (you need to blend the product very well.)
• The container is unhygienic because you need to deep your fingers inside the tub to get the product. (Hopefully they can provide a small spatula)

All in all, I must say that the product is really effective and true to its claims. I recommend Lily's Touch Miracle Cream if you are looking for a hypoallergenic whitening cream.

Note: Not because the product is effective for me, it will deliver the same result to you. We have different skin types so take my review as a guide not a pattern thank you. 😊


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