It is soo good
It's an okay product though it's says it's spf 50 its not up to the mark and buy again
It's so damn sticky that I felt there's glue all over my body.
This is a worst sunscreen ever, it's too oily and Greece although I have dry skin.. I have used else lotus cream and loved it but this one is a big disaster
Skin feels soft and I feel good. Good product.
It leaves a greasy glow on the face, doesn't absorb fast. Skin looks dull instead of vibrant. I have a combination skin type.
It is a good sunscreen for winters, but in summers it feels a little bit heavy for oily skin, but doesn't form any white cast.
Stays longer on your face. When I applied it on my face, I felt like matte finish till the end of the day.
Little greasier than expected and it is does not feel as a cream.
I have been lotus products for quite some time and thought of trying this sunscreen, but on using it I was a little disappointed. The smell is not good at all, the skin becomes sticky after application and looks oily. Dry skins can try this but people with oily skins should avoid this sunscreen. The gel-based spf50 in orange packing from lotus itself is a great option. But it does protect from sum tan undoubtedly.
Gel-based Lotus sunblock cream protects my skin so well. Gives me a fresh and bright look.
This is lightweight like some sort of lotion, it is not gel-based. However, on my first use itself, it balls up, I did not layer up many products and I wait for 1-2 mins for the previous product to absorb into the skin. Honestly, didn't like it. However, the matte gel SPF from Lotus is amazing.
When I got it the pack was dirty... It looks like it comes out from garbage.
I assumed this will be matte. This is quite sticky. And since I have oily skin, it makes me look very tired and dull.
Not a good product. After using, it appears very oily on face with fevicol like smell. I won't recommend this product, instead Lotus gel cream is good.
Lotus original sunscreen is far much better than this product. No recommendation. Lotus normal is better.