Makeups, lotions I don’t really use and apply all sorts of those body and beauty products on my skin. Well, maybe because I got really sensitive skin. Whenever I try one, my skin reacts within the day. Sigh… Money wasted, skin infected. That is why between food and beauty items, I would opt to spend ka-chings on food instead. LOL! 😀
But today, let me share with you something really wonderful. Got a package from Unilab with 2 Asian Secrets Lulur Indonesian Whitening Body Scrub. One is with Seaweed Extract and Vitamin E. The other one, with Green Tea and Vitamin E. I thought, well, why not give this product a try.
Here’s what I found:
Lulur is a ritual given for the bride-to-be to smoothen, beautify, and whiten her skin before the big day. This ritual originated from the royal palaces of Java, Indonesia, thus a brilliant idea for a beauty product.
- Lulur beads exfoliate dead skin cells, giving you that radiant glow
- By getting rid of your dark patches, it evens out your skin tone
- With regular use, it reduces skin pigmentation
- Moisturizes skin
- Leaves your skin with a light fragrant smell
- Contains Vitamin E to help protect your skin and at the same time keep it healthy
To enjoy its benefits, here’s how to use the body scrub:
- Apply and scrub it on your skin, particularly on the dark areas while you are still dry. This lets the tiny beads scrub your skin’s impurities, dirt, and dead skin
- Rinse with water.
That’s it! No need to use pumice stone or other whitening products that contains strong chemicals and affects your skin.
Even my mother loved the product, especially the one with the Seaweed Extract and Vitamin E. I would suggest using it even in this very humid weather. Why? Because it doesn’t leave you that greasy feeling after wash. Very light on the skin, and very fragrant. Almost like your skin gets a spa it deserves.
Asian Secrets Lulur Indonesian Whitening Body Scrub will definitely replace our body soap. Will try to look for these in Watson’s or The Body Shop.
This is a personal review. Again, let me just say, we have different skin types. It may work on mine, but not on all of us. So if you’re using it and rash and irritation occurs, stop and have your skin checked.