Hi dearies….Huv are you all…Today I am going to review one of the facial whitening scrub I use once in a week….Its a drug store product..This product was gifted to me…So, I am not sure about the price… :/
I think its available in the stores across middle east…However, I haven’t found any description or website mentioning this product….
Whitening Facial Scrub C & E++ 
This is going to be a description less post… I will Just quickly mention what I fell about this product

Usage Directions & Ingredients:

The texture of the product is very creamy, Not like hte consistency of other srubs…After application I feel it is easy to scrub in using my fingers….and on cleaning, I get a soft, supple face…. I feel it lightens the area which lasts for 2-3 hours…# I think lightening is due to any bleaching agents present in the product#
It didn’t cause any irritation on my skin…It smells good….
Only a lil product is needed for each usage and so, one single tub can be used for a long time…
However I am not a big fan of this product, I prefer scrubs containing Neem to this 🙂


  • gentle to use on skin
  • good fragrance
  • usage instructions and ingredients mentioned
  • contains Vit C and E++
  • one tub lasts for a long time
  • a lil product is needed for each usage
  • availability might be an issue
  • contains parabens
  • I think it has some bleaching agents….

Have you tried this Scrub??


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Jordana Manchester · November 21, 2012 at 6:32 pm

Hi there! Perhaps you can answer this question about skin’whitening’ products. I’m a Canadian anthropologist and I’ve spent a significant amount of time travelling throughout Asia. The first thing I notice in beauty and grocery stores is the presence of these ‘whitening’ scrubs, creams etc. I’ve never been able to understand why anyone, with the exception of having a medical skin condition, would want to turn their skin ‘white’! Changing the pigment of one’s skin is an interesting regiment (I am Afro-Canadian). So perhaps you could, pardon the pun, ‘enlighten’ me.



preethi Prasad · November 21, 2012 at 8:29 pm

seems good..wr did u get this?

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