Sawadeeka! Today is a special day because I’m going to share with you an Orome Ultra White Cream Review. What makes it so special? Well, my feelings are pivoted towards my love for the country Thailand which is where the cream is from.
I’ve visited Thailand twice and it’s actually the first country that I’ve been to overseas and I always want to go back!
So many memories but so little time so let’s just head on to the review shall we?
Orome Ultra White Cream Review by Amanda of Filipinow
I had zero clue about Orome until I received an email from the company wanting me to review their product. They were gracious enough to understand that I’m not able to try anything topical on my face as I’m currently under acne medication.
Their cream is catapulted as something that can perform skin whitening wonders. However, what caught my interest more was their promise to get rid of melasma.
I have a friend named Jana who is currently growing a mini-map on both sides of her cheeks. Luckily, she was keen as I was to know if Orome Ultra White Cream could solve her dilemma.
Orome Ultra White Cream is a whitening cream which smoothens and brightens the skin. Suitable for all skin types, Ultra White nourishes the skin and reduces the appearance of skin darkening and brown spots.
As you can see from the list above, the cream contains squalene. It’s something my doctor asked me to stay away from as it is an acnegenic product.
If you’re currently dealing with acne, stay away from any skin care product that contains oil.
Anyway, let’s continue with the most vital part of this Orome Ultra White Cream review…
Packaging is well-made and gives a luxurious vibe. I love the fonts, colors, and everything about the design. However, for a 60 USD cream of 30g, I’ve expected a glass bottle like what you’d usually get from high-end skin care products.
The cap of the jar is ok but the jar being plastic kind of destroys the whole vibe.
Less talking about trivial matters and more about the cream itself sil vous plait?
Please take this review with a grain of salt because what may work for others may not work for you. Also know that this has been tested for more than a month by my friend Jana with a close supervision from yours truly.
She said that she was disappointed as it didn’t help with her melasma. Added to that is her dislike of how the product makes her face sweat 10 minutes after application which doesn’t happen with other products.
However, she likes how it doesn’t irritate her skin and gives her a certain glow when she wakes up after wearing the cream overnight.
I’ve also noticed a slight brightening effect in person but you’d have to squint really hard to see it lol.
I know that the before and after photos are what you came for in this Orome Ultra White Cream review so here you go…
Before and After 30 Days of using Orome Ultra White Cream
I don’t see anything from the ingredients list that can significantly whiten one’s skin.
The product is a bit gimmicky as it was marketed as a whitening cream (for more sales) when its ingredients are targeted more towards anti-aging.
For 60 USD, you can give it a shot but personally, I think there are better whitening creams in the market.
However, I’m interested to know about the other products from the company as I really like how they designed the cream (except for the awful plastic jar).
Availability: 2/5 (in the Philippines)
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