Affordable Night Creams Philippines Introduction 2018
April 11, 2018
This Night Creams Philippines post is more of an introduction rather than a review because you can’t trust my mom who only uses new products for an average of 3 days.
If your mother is past the age of 60 like mine, I’m pretty sure that you can relate to Sayuri from Memoirs of a Geisha’s “It’s useless to push a cart sideways” quote.
I’ve bought my mom numerous night creams to try but she simply won’t give them the time of day.
If night creams were babies, my mom is probably in jail right now for reckless abandonment.
For a 62-year-old woman, my mom has OK skin.
She’s been so loyal to Pond’s and I think that she deserves a check from them.
Disclaimer: My mom doesn’t use other products for more than a week. Don’t take her words seriously. The products listed here are only a fragment of stuff that she abandoned. I’m trying not to make my posts a novella because my readers might bounce off immediately.
Night Creams Philippines
I won’t be featuring Total Effects and Regenerist from Olay and Revitalift from L’Oreal in this Affordable Night Creams Philippines article.
I’m trying as much as I can to stick to the “Non-Pretensyosa” price point theme.
Don’t worry because you’re not missing out on a lot because she didn’t really finish her more expensive night creams.
Let’s begin with something that she barely touched.
I saw this while buying groceries and was excited because it was only 150 PHP or so.
It’s very affordable and I liked Kojie San’s bleaching cream so I thought to myself, why not let my mom try this one.
The Night Creams Philippines contender says…
“Kojie San DreamWhite Anti-Aging Overnight Cream is a concentrated moisturizer that helps revitalize and nourish skin during sleep.
The combined effects of youth-regenerating properties of Milk Peptide Complex (MPC) and smoothing skin conditioners helps provide nourishing hydration and firmness to face and neck leaving skin smooth and radiant in the morning.
It helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.”
To be fair to my mother, this product doesn’t really say much on the packaging.
It doesn’t list the ingredients which makes it hard to trust.
It’s always good if a product can back up their claims with a list of trusted ingredients.
“Tinigil ko na yung binigay mo sa’kin, wala namang effect”. (Translation: I stopped using the product you gave me, it doesn’t have any effect.)
She told me those words after only using the product for less than a week.
I tried it once and I don’t like the smell.
The Kojie San DreamWhite Anti-Aging Overnight Cream smells like an unpleasant version of “Nesquick” or “Bear Brand” Milk.
The packaging looks very cheap and the feeling on the skin is very thick like of a sunblock for the body.
I think this is her least favorite in this Affordable Night Creams Philippines introduction.
Olay Natural White Night All-in-One Fairness Cream
She has the day and night variants of this Night Cream Philippines contender.
I’m pretty sure that she did not use the night cream because the jar’s still full and she only used the day variant for like a week (judging from the product left).
These were positively bought by me in Robinson’s Galleria but I forgot when.
This combo focuses on having lighter skin than its famous anti-aging counterparts from Olay.
The packaging is as vague as the worst date we’ve all had.
It just says Natural White, Night, something in Arabic, and All-in-One Fairness Cream.
It has directions though but there are no claims and ingredients.
Maybe Olay wants to give out a mysterious vibe from this product (stop trying to make mystery creams happen Olay, it’s not gonna happen!)
Gone are the days when people could trust so easily.