Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment Review

by Tanya Dubey on January 24, 2013 · 19 comments

Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment Review

Hi Gorgeous Ladies,

It has been almost a year since I am using night creams. I think sleeping time is the best for leaving any product on the skin and let it work for 6-8 hours and wake up with soft, supple and glowing skin. L’Oreal Pearl Perfect was my very first night cream. It didn’t work for me very well. So, when I finished the tub, I gave the Pond’s a try. Did it work for me? Was it worth 500 bucks? Read on to know more.

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Product Description:

Extra nourishing, with new VAO-B3 complex (Vitamin E, Allantoin and Optics powered Nicotinamide/Vitamin B3 complex), this revitalizing night cream helps repair daily skin damage and actively lightens while you sleep.

How to wake up to lighter skin: After cleansing your skin, apply and leave overnight. Smooth cream over entire face and neck with your fingertips.

Precautions:

1) Store away from sunlight.
2) If rash or irritation develops, stop use and consult with a doctor.

Ingredients:

Night Treatment

Net Weight:

50 gm.

Price:

Rs. 449/-

Shelf Life:

23 months.

My Take on Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment:

It has been 3 months since I am using this cream. It comes in a sturdy white and pink tub packaging. It is a pretty decent cream, white in color. It is very light but not runny. It gives a satin smooth finish, spreads evenly and without effort. It blends so well and gets absorbed by the skin in a few minutes.  I have combination skin. It moisturizes my skin well but never made it oily. Smells light but heavenly.

Night Cream

The results are not dramatic yet very good. It reduces dark spots to an extent, but does nothing to reduce dark circles. You really wake up in the morning with a flawless radiant skin. It never broke me out. It’s quite good for every skin type. If you want a decent night cream, you can easily give it a try. It lasts for around 3-4 months and is worth the 450 bucks spent. Also, I found it far better than its day variant. I wish the day variant had a similar consistency.

Night Cream Treatment

Pros of Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment:

  • Good and attractive packaging.
  • Travel friendly.
  • Lightens skin tone to an extent.
  • Lovely texture.
  • Gives natural glow to the skin.
  • Reduces light spots but not the darker ones, may be it needs more time to do so.
  • Maintains the glow of parlour facial easily for at least 1 and a ½ months.
  • Suits every skin type.
  • Never broke me out.

Cons of Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment:

  • Contains parabens.
  • Fragrance may be annoying to sensitive noses but its very light and good.
  • Tub packaging is quite unhygienic.

Will I Repurchase Pond’s Flawless White Re-Brightening Night Treatment?

Yes, surely, but I am thinking of giving Olay a try.

IMBB Rating:

4/5.

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{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

jomol January 24, 2013 at 9:58 am

Welcome to IMBB Tanya…..good review :)

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tanya January 24, 2013 at 12:24 pm

thaks jomol. i have just discovered a product from amway artistry range, super good for your oily skin. controls oil upto 7-8 hours (minimum). will review it soon. you’re gonna love it babe.

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arja January 24, 2013 at 12:56 pm

^^I`m keeping my eyes wide open for this one then :P Ponds one has mineral oil – will definitely break me out.. :’(

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Tanya January 24, 2013 at 11:37 pm

Amway Artistry’s oil balancing range is fab.

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coralcrue January 24, 2013 at 1:43 pm

oh i want to read about this one too!

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Tanya January 24, 2013 at 11:38 pm

Just a few more days. Busy with exams.

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sherin January 24, 2013 at 11:14 am

Great review tanya..ponds products generaly dnt work for me, bt wil give this one a try..Do try lotus nutranite night cream or himalaya night cream.Both are realy gud..

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tanya January 24, 2013 at 12:28 pm

thanks sherin. its still left for atleast 20 days to a month. will definitely try the lotus and the himalya ones after that. both the companies have worked for me in most of their products and are quite affordable too :-)

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Nazia January 24, 2013 at 11:17 am

The same thing I feel with olay,night cream is just right and moisturises beautifully,day cream is thick and heavy!!
Almost makes me greasy immediately :-(

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tanya January 24, 2013 at 12:34 pm

same here nazia. though the day creams from olay give good results but make my combinatin skin, which is super dry in heavy winters, greasy and dark when applied. though they give a glowing and fab skin after using face wash.

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Nidhi January 24, 2013 at 1:11 pm

Nice review Tanya :-) glad it works :-)

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Tanya January 24, 2013 at 6:11 pm

thaks nidhi :-)

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shruti January 24, 2013 at 10:20 pm

i find ponds pdts dry for me.
I hav tried its day variant, its k for smmers, bt in winters….doesnt evn blend on my skin.
also recently hav bought its age miracle night cream, bt evn find on dry side….lets c hw it give results. Hav lots of dark spots due to pimples….suggest som thing to remove them.
Evn tried lotus nutranite…bt nt effective for my pimple marks :(

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Tanya January 24, 2013 at 11:41 pm

moderation. please rescue!

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Tanya January 25, 2013 at 11:36 am

koi please moderation to hatao… :-(

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