Olay Natural White Review

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This Olay Natural White Review is a bit overdue. I've been using the combo (day cream and night cream) for almost a year now. Hey, better late than never, right? So here's my two cents:


My Mahal, knowing I loooove moisturizers, brought me 3 jars each of Olay Natural White Healthy Fairness day and night creams for from KSA. I was using Pond's Whitening Fluid back then (I was using it for about 9 years, seriously..totally no visible whitening results...I don't know why haven't switch back then).

So, my face care routine is simple: Kojie San Soap every time I wash my face, about three times a day (I know, it was supposed to irritate my skin if I use it that much, but I guess after 3 years of using it, my skin got used to it..no sting at all); then I'll just follow it with my Olay face cream. Of course, when the sun's up, it's got to be the day cream; at night, then it's the night cream.

The day cream is a tad thicker in consistency compared with the night cream, which is a little liquid-y. I love the coverage of both variants. They are really different, though. The day cream will leave your face with a matte coat, but it is not powdery. It's velvety smooth but less shiny than the night cream. I could say that the day cream is really an ideal make up base (if you 'll call my baby powder/blush/EOS  lip balm 'makeup').

The day cream never, as in NEVER, made my face look oily. Actually, the frequency of my "retouches" was down to the all-time low. I am always fresh all day, no oily nose or forehead. Nada. Not to mention that it also has SPF 24, so sulit talaga. 

The night cream has the same effect on me. After 3 months of using the night cream, I developed this habit to look at the mirror just before washing my face. I know it's a bit kadiri, but sometimes when I'm really satisfied with how my skin looks, I don't wash my face at all...until I take a bath. Hehe.

Fast forward to November 2011. I've said earlier that I've been using Olay Natural White for almost a year now. My skin is noticeably lighter, and dark spots are significantly minimized. No fine lines! (I can actually hear myself like I was Kris Aquino talking, haha) My 3 jars of day cream ran out about three months ago, so I've been using the one that's bought here in the Philippines. I am actually using the one in sachet, since I can't find Olay Natural White in Jar. I am on my last jar of the night cream. I don't know if I'll be able to buy it here in the Philippines, though.

Here in the Philippines, the price of a 50g jar of Natural White Day Cream is around Php350. My Tita in the U.S. said she haven't heard of it there, but I saw one on Amazon.com, but it's a lot more expensive, I guess it's around $25.

So, if you want to try Olay Natural White, then go for it. Just don't expect to see visible results within two-three weeks. They might claim it works that fast, but I guess that's almost impossible. But, go on...try Olay Natural White Healthy Fairness now!


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3 Responses to "Olay Natural White Review"

miss purple said :
November 25, 2011 at 1:01 PM
Hi!user ako ng Olay natural white for two years,never ako nakagamit nung Olay night cream in jar wala ako makita kahit saan huhu. .the best yung day cream really whitens the skin talaga. .you can find one sa watson/sm department store beauty section even sa hyper market meron din.=)
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admin said :
November 26, 2011 at 8:45 AM
hi ,miss purple, can't find the night cream anywhere here in the Philippines, too. Pero sa website ng Olay Philippines, meron silang NAtural White night cream.
miss purple said :
November 27, 2011 at 1:39 AM
oo nga sayang sana mgkaroon na ng Olay night cream khit sa watsons lang. .thanks for the comment on my blog ha^_^

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