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Vicco Turmeric Cream 30g
- Prevents pimples and acne
- Removes blemishes and evens skin tone.
- Brightens skin
- Works as an antiseptic - good for nicks & cuts
- Rejuvenates and revitalises the skin from within, leaving it soft, supple, and young-looking
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Search: I really wanted to find something that addressed hyperpigmentation, particularly for highly melanted skin. Since many posts were not explicit about what Vicco Turmeric Skin Cream could do for brown women, I wanted to take a chance and see how it might work for me.
Cost: I bought it at the Chicago Macy's (we have a Merz Apothecary which is the same vendor as Smallflower on amazon. com ) It cost me about $7, but it was so worth it. It was way cheaper than hauling cosmetics that only aggravated my skin or jeopardizing my health with horrible bleaching creams.
Smell: I enjoy Ayurvedic products so the smell is fine to me. Just sort of earthy but also a little cosmetic.
Results: I pair the rose hip seed oil with the cream (being dark, the cream makes my skin looks whitish without it and actually gets a little shinier with out the seed oil as a base) in the morning and night. I had a dark patch of scars and aggravated skin (from scrubbing and concealing) on my left cheek that made me very self-conscious. After using the cream for about 4 days now, I can actually see the entire patch has dramatically lightened to the point where I can distinctly see the scars that I was originally trying to reduce (and they are also fading quickly) which were hidden under the larger patch of darkened, irritated skin. The scars around my temples are fading as well as evening my skintone in general.Read more ›
Granted it is my fault for not paying closer attention, but the way these two are lumped together, and are nearly identical in price, and especially the way the latter does not mention size is all really misleading. I don't blame the seller, I doubt it was intentional, and even if so, it is ultimately the responsibility of the buyer (i.e. me) ...anyways, buyer beware!
As for the product itself--fast absorbing, great matte solution for oily skin, produces an instant brightening/covering-up/evening-out upon application. I'm rather skeptical of it having any actual lasting effects, but it suffices beautifully as a simple basic basic basic moisturizer for the low maintenance gal. Happy shopping!
But yesterday I checked the ingredient list out of curiosity. I noticed that the lotion includes Methyl Paraben Sodium and Propyl Paraben, which are harmful preservatives according to the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database ([...]). Harmful ingredients like this get absorbed by the skin and enter the bloodstream.
For sure I will not use this lotion anymore, even though I liked the smell of it and its lightweight feel. I wonder why they use a chemical preservative, since they could just use Vitamin C and E as a natural alternative.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The smell seemed very strong at first. Now I don't even notice it. It isn't at all greasy and is totally absorbed into the skin. I like it very much.Published 1 month ago by falling up
I bought this to minimize redness in my face. Not only did it deliver it even mattified my skin and gives you a great aromatherapy experience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annie B Talley
This somehow makes my skin super matte and moisturized at the same time! My aunt from India gave this to me when she noticed I was breaking out a bit and it has helped clear up my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It took forever but I didn't realize it was coming from india
However product is good i like it
Love the cream although it takes a bit to get use to the sandalwood smell.
I've use this a few times and noticed an improvement but prefer to sleep with a moisturizer... Read more
The smell is very strong but reduced redness and inflammation on acnePublished 1 month ago by Cindy
The worst cream and the worst company drys your skin it's it's garbagePublished 1 month ago by Shanesa Ali