Continuing from the previous Skin Talk review (read it here!), here is another post on yet another product from them. Every girl dreams of having fair, smooth skin right? Well, this is the product for you if you want to look fairer instantly!
Skin Talk White Touch Plus is suitable for everyone, regardless of skin type, gender or age. It is the solution for people who are concerned about dull, lack-lustre or darker skin or those who want to have radiant skin.
I've been seeing this tag on many products lately. Is this a new technology? The sticker peels off to reveal a design on the sticky part and is actually a safer way of determining the product's authenticity as there is no way of putting the sticker back exactly to its original form.
It comes in a simple squeeze tube and dispenses white cream from the nozzle. The cream leaves a white cast on the skin once you rub it in and smells of jasmine flowers to me!
Why Skin Talk White Touch Plus?
The product promises to light up the skin with radiance as soon as it is applied. I swatched it on my hand and you can see that it has changed from a creamy texture to a milky colour. This will help brighten the skin tone for people who want an immediate whitening effect. The whitening effect is said to last for 12 hours!As a triple-performance product, it also has the function of concealing your pores, improving the appearance of wrinkles and provide continuous whitening effect. The product also contains SPF35 PA+++ to block off ultraviolet rays and makes it a good substitute for sunscreen or makeup base. Cleansing is easy and the main ingredients (vitamins A, B. E and hyaluronsan) supplies nutrients and moisturises the skin.
It is said to be applied in the last stage of the basics in this order
Cleansing > Toner > Essence/ Serum > Lotion > Cream > White Touch Plus
Well, I personally feel that I am fair enough and if I go any fairer, I will look pale as a ghost. So since Halloween has only recently passed, I have found another use for White Touch Plus! My housemate, Eunice, sought my help to do her Halloween makeup for a party. Since I had no white face paint, I used the White Touch Plus instead!
See how much fairer she became after applying the product! I applied an even layer all over her face with clean fingers but if you are concerned about hygiene, it is advisable to use a makeup sponge instead.
Boo! Final result for her witch makeup. She looks pretty pale right? According to Eunice, the makeup stayed on all night and her skin feels moisturised, which means that this whitening cream is not drying at all. I'm amazed how opague the texture of Skin Talk White Touch Plus is and that it does not blend in to suit the normal skin colour even after a few hours. Even though the texture is quite thick, it is still easily blendable. The cream is also easy to remove with makeup remover or mild cleanser. It's really the perfect temporary solution for people who are looking to be fairer! However, I would not suggest it for girls who are already fair to begin with, unless you want to look pale and sickly.
Price-wise, it is still unknown as this brand has not been launched in the market but I guess the product should be worth around RM20 - RM30? I personally would not pay that kind of price for a temporary whitening solution that I do not need but I know that other whitening products in the market cost way more. Even if I wouldn't purchase it, I'm sure there are other people out there who would appreciate an affordable yet effective product like this!
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Disclaimer: Even though the product was sponsored, the review is based on my honest personal thoughts, experiences and preference after trying out the product. Effects may vary depending on individual skin condition, skin colour, application technique and other factors.