Sunday, 11 March 2012

Oriflame Even Out Dark Spot Fading Concentrate

(Note : I write my review just for sharing based on my own experience, I don’t get paid for this, no other motives such as promotion or doing bad critics for some labels/ products. I bought all my reviewed items by my own money and I tried those products because of my own curiousity)

Review : Oriflame Optimals Even Out Dark Spot Fading Concentrate

http://id.oriflame.com/products/product-detail.jhtml?prodCode=18977
The picture is taken from oriflame official site, I can't provide pictures by my self, well I'm not good at taking photos and don't have a good quality camera, sorry. 
Packaging : a small tube 10 ml with a roller 


Texture : white fluid, a bit strong alcohol smell

Ingredients :
AQUA, ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, OCTOCRYLENE, DICAPRYLYL CARBONATE, GLYCERIN, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, PEG-100 STEARATE, BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, DIMETHICONE, HYDROXYETHYLCELLULOSE, CYCLOHEXASILOXANE, SILICA, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, STEARIC ACID, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, METHYLPARABEN, IMIDAZOLIDINYL UREA, PARFUM, PROPYLPARABEN, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, DISODIUM EDTA, XANTHAN GUM, RUMEX OCCIDENTALIS EXTRACT, GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA EXTRACT, ASCORBIC ACID, BHT, ASCORBYL METHYLSILANOL PECTINATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, CI 77891
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On the middle Feb 2012, I bought it from my friend who also an Oriflame Consultant. There was promo and I got it for Rp. 89.000. First thing I like about it is the packaging, it is a small tube with a roller so I can easily just glide it on my skin without worrying that I would use too much product than I need. The ‘roller tube’ really help to give me just the right amount of it.
The texture is lightweight and absorbed fast on my skin.
I read many reviews that said that It should be used along with Oriflame Optimals Even Out Day Cream Spf 20 but I decide to use this alone. I used this at night and morning after using toner. In the morning I usually apply my bb cream/foundie on top of it. So my morning order was :

Toner --> Oriflame Even out dark spot fading concentrate --> bb cream/foundie --> Loose Powder

2 weeks using it I didn’t notice any great improvement, my blemishes only fade a very very bit. Then on Early March 2012 I bought Oriflame Even Out Day Cream spf 20 and used both of them. I had written a review about Oriflame Even Out Day Cream spf 20 in other page, u can check out :)

Pros :
- Smart packaging : tube with roller, easier application, came with travel size easy to carry on ur purse
- Did not break me out
- Lightweight and easy absorbed
- Contains UV protection ingredients

Cons :
- Bit strong alcohol smell, I don’t like
- Overpriced, seriously!  Rather buy the day cream version without this!
- Did not help much to fade my blemishes

Repurchase ? Never! Rather buy the day cream version

May like it if u :
- Want a lightweight and easy absorbed serum
- Like a travel size packaging
- Don’t mind the alcohol

May not like it if u :
- Want an instant lightening result
- have same opinion as me about this product

Hope this review can help. Ever try this product? What do you think of it? Let me know by leaving comments:)

4 comments:

shalu said...

Yes, you are right its very expensive and don't give desired results. The previous even and odd cream in blue bottle did miracles on my skin that's why i purchased both day cream and concentrate. Both both the products are waste

Penulis Amatir said...

Hello shalu, thanx 4 sharing ur xperience. This is the second face product that I bought from oriflame, sadly it did not work as it's claimed to be. I want to look for better product.
Thanx for dropping by :)

Er. Simranjit Randhawa said...

Will that remove my dark spots from face????

Penulis Amatir said...

Hello Er. Simranjit,
according to my experience, this serum does not help much. I'd rather bought the cream version. Hope that help
Thank u for visiting my blog

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