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Lotus Herbals WHITEGLOW Skin Whitening and Brightening Gel Cream

By : Team Beauty
05-01-2011
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Lotus Herbals has introduced WHITEGLOW™ Skin Whitening & Brightening Gel Crème with SPF -25 which is the first fairness gel crème in India. The technologically advanced fairness gel crème incorporates innovative formulations that provide triple action on the skin. This wonder gel crème naturally lightens, whitens & brightens your skin in just seven days. This Skin innovation uses an advanced delivery system to administer Grape, Mulberry, Saxifraga extracts and milk enzymes deep into your skin. The gel crème spreads easily on your skin and provides enduring action. Its advanced formula allows for better delivery of active ingredients and is suitable for all skin types including oily and combination skin. Now, here is the perfect therapy for fairer, flawless and radiant skin.

Price: Rs.99 for 20gms and Rs 260 for 60 gms

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