Aroma Magic Carrot Sunscreen Lotion SPF 15
I generally use a moisturizer with low SPF when I am indoors. Till recently, I was using Lakme Peach Milk moisturizer with SPF 24 and have been loving it. Recently, I have taken a liking to Aroma Magic products because of their impressive ingredient list (they claim to be free from harmful chemicals and have a lot of natural ingredients like essential oils). Some of their products have worked really well for me while some are complete duds (I have reviewed a couple of them on this blog). Along with a couple of Aroma Magic products, I picked up this sunscreen lotion for using as a daytime indoor moisturizer during a recent haul.
This variant is recommended for normal and dry skin. Other sunscreens/sunblock by this brand are-
Cucumber Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 – for Normal to Sensitive Skin
Aloe Vera Sunscreen Gel SPF 20 – for Oily and Acne Prone Skin
Sunblock Lotion SPF 30 PA++ – for all skin types
Sunlite Spray SPF 30 – for all skin types
Rs 145 for 100 ml
Rs 95 for 50 ml
About Aroma Magic Carrot Sunscreen Lotion SPF 15
I am 100 % free of oxybenzone, paraben, harsh chemicals, alcohol and artificial fragrance. My all-mineral, super light formula creates a physical barrier between you and the sun. I am non greasy, skin friendly and enriched with carrotseed, sea buckthorn and rice bran oils. They provide natural sun safety, Vitamins B5, C, E and prevent visible signs of ageing. Notes of lavender, chamomile and myrrh essential oils moisturise, soothe and protect your skin. The non-nano Zinc Oxide in me is a mineral reflector found in nature that scatters harmful rays. Carrot extracts fortify skin cells and provide smart sun protection.
My take on Aroma Magic Carrot Sunscreen Lotion SPF 15
Packaging – Attractive red colored tube with a flip top cap. However, since it is a lotion, it is quite runny and I would have preferred it came in a bottle instead.
Color & Texture – The lotion is white in color, rich in texture, but quite runny.
Fragrance – The fragrance is predominantly like lavender since it has lavender oil as one of its ingredients
I use this as a day time moisturizer when I am indoors. For outdoors, I prefer something with higher SPF. Lately, the climate has been really dry and my already dry skin feels further drier. Like I mentioned, it is quite rich and heavy in texture, so it’s working perfectly well for me currently. It gets instantly absorbed and I do not feel the need for a separate moisturizer. It goes well under makeup. There is no whitish cast. Though I have sensitive skin, it neither broke me out nor irritated my skin.
Though this is working really well for me currently in this dry climate, I have a feeling this might be too heavy for use in summers when the climate is humid.
What I love about this sunscreen
- Impressive ingredient list (doesn’t contain oxybenzone, paraben, harsh chemicals, alcohol and artificial fragrance)
- Highly moisturizing but non-greasy (in current dry climate)
- Gets instantly absorbed and doesn’t leave behind a whitish cast
- Can be used under makeup
- Attractive packaging
- Mild lavender fragrance
What I don’t like about this sunscreen
- Would have preferred it came in a bottle since the lotion is quite runny
- Not suitable for use in humid climate – can make your skin greasy
Do I recommend it?
Absolutely. If you have dry or normal skin and looking for something with low SPF, go for it. But avoid it if the climate is humid – it will make your skin greasy.
Great post, I too have used Blossom Kochhar’s Aroma Magic Products for quite a while. Very Good Range of Products.
Thanks dear! I know, some of their products are really good..
Good one Shri, i use it too and i totally agree with your review! ?☺
Thanks dear! It’s really nice isn’t it.. 🙂
Great review Shri! This sunscreen sounds good for dry skin I will suggest my sister to try. If I don’t like a product by a brand I usually avoid that brand hehehe. 🙂
Thanks girl! yeah, this is really nice for dry skin. But more like a moisturizer with SPF, since the sun protection is quite low in this. Hahaha, I know what you’re saying.
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