As the name itself suggest it is made from white lotus an aquatic plant know for its hydration. The other active ingredients are Niacinamide (vitamin B3) also know for hydration and also help in the appearance of uneven skin, wrinkles fading spots.
Aqua, Vitamin B3, Glycerin, Sodium Palmitoyl Proline, Nymphaea alba flower extract, Panthenol, Allantoin, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, fragrance and Hyaluronic acid.
It neither creamy nor a gel, it’s in between.
What it claims:
An oil-free moisturiser provides the skin with required nutrients and moisture. For oily skin, it can be used as a moisturiser and for dry and combination use it as serum.
I have been using this twice daily from the past one month.
My skin type is a combination, was experiencing dry patches & spots.There was a huge change in dry patches which was invisible after 3 days and could see fading of dark spots.
It absorbs quickly in the skin, giving it a nice shine, you can use it as a primer too.
Suganda White Lotus Moisturiser
Though I felt its smell not appealing, but recently Bindu has launched unscented version of it.
sometimes the pump act weird disperse the products everywhere.