Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion Review

by Astha Goel on August 5, 2013 · 4 comments

Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion

Hello Beauties!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday and going shopping for Rakshabandhan :) I have a review for a skin care product today, which is by Elizabeth Arden.

Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion

Description:

An intensive skin renewal beauty serum Helps optimize skin’s own natural renewal process Contains plant extract to regenerate skin’s texture Effectively clarifies your skin while moisturizing Lightweight texture ensures easy penetration Achieves a radiant & youthful-looking appearance

Ingredients:

Octinoxate 7.5%; Oxybenzone 2%; Titanium Dioxide 2.4%
Only these active ingredients were mentioned on the package.

How to use:

Smooth onto moisturized skin to create a look of immediate brightness and protect from sun exposure. Follow with make up if desired.

Price:

30 pounds for a 50 ml bottle.

My experience with Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion:

So I stole this from my mom. She loves EA products and this is one of her favorites. When I am home, I constantly explore her vanity looking for stuff I can use :P I know I sound like a bad girl but I can’t help it. Plus my mom gets excited when I take interest in make-up :D Coming back to the product, this comes in a cylindrical bottle with a pump dispenser at the top. The bottle appears to be made of glass going by the weight. It has an opaque paint on top so you really can’t see what’s on the inside.

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So I need one pump every time I use this. This has a pearl like appearance with a very slightly pinkish tone. When you apply it on your face, it doesn’t make it oily or anything. It sinks it quickly and though I have oily-combination skin, my skin has loved this. It gives an instant brightening effect to the skin. It doesn’t give any sort of shimmery or artificial effect. The skin appears actually glowy and brightened up. The best part is, you can apply make up on top and it enhances your makeup. It makes your face appear very naturally healthy and glowy. The SA also told me that over a period of time, this helps with the acne marks or any hyperpigmentation.

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Now, what I really like about this is, it has SPF in it. I need not mention about the importance of sun protection. So you get a brightening moisturizer with an effective SPF. I didn’t want more :D

Pros of Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion:

1. Pretty packaging.
2. Pump dispenser
3. Sleek bottle can be kept in your handbag
4. Gives a healthy glowy brightening effect on the skin.
5. You can apply make on top of it
6. Has SPF in it
7. Brightening effect lasts upto 6-7 hours.
8. Can be used day and night if you suffer from acne marks or hyperpigmentation.

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Cons of Elizabeth Arden Let There Be Light Radiant Skin Lotion:

1. In detail ingredients are not mentioned.
2. SPF may be not enough.
3. You can’t see how much of it is left in the bottle.

IMBB Rating:

4.5/5

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neha August 5, 2013 at 11:33 am

lovely *woot*

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Astha August 5, 2013 at 5:57 pm

Thank you *thankyou*

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Aditi August 5, 2013 at 8:01 pm

It is a much hyped product! Want to give it a try! *happydance* *happydance*

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Astha August 6, 2013 at 3:32 pm

Give it a shot!! :)

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