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Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser: Review and Price


Review, Price of Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser

By Contributor: Vidhi

Lakme Moisturisers and cleansers were my best buddies since school days but when Lakme suddenly stopped the old peach milk moisturiser (no idea why!), then was the time I had to run to find a perfect replacement for this moisturiser as every single shop had no clue why this lotion was discontinued and there were no good body moisturizers available back then. Lakme introduced a new version featuring Aisha Sharma as their new model in the tv advertisement. So now after I saw my old lotion in a new look (the shape of the bottle has changed) I couldn’t resist myself and tears of joy and happiness (jo kehna hai keh lo!) ran down my cheeks (though a hyperbole sentence but conveys the exact feelings). The effectiveness is still the same which is why I am happy to review it.

Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser

Lakme claims: Add a veil of moisture to your skin with Lakme’s Peach Milk moisturiser for an everyday, healthy glow. This gentle, nourishing formula provides immediate hydration for softer, visibly smooth and supple skin.

Ingredients: In the picture

Lakme Peach Milk ingredients

My Review:

The bottle is travel friendly won’t spill out during travelling and has flip to open cap. The texture is quite runny and thin (as lakme had before) and moisturises good enough and has the same peachy smell. The peach milk lotion is in pink colour and a small amount is more than enough for application all over face and neck.

There is no change in the product except the packaging and bottle design (which is better than before). I guess I have the older version of this product as the newer version has SPF 24++ in it. Everything else about this product is decent and justifies what it claims except the part it cannot be worn with makeup (at least in winters) because after applying foundation over this peach milk moisturiser, I saw some dry patches over my cheeks, It is not strong enough to lock moisture under foundation. One has to pick Lakme Winter Care Moisturiser or any other strong one of your choice to apply underneath makeup.

Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser Review

Pros of Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser:

  • Doesn’t make your skin oily
  • Hydrates effectively for long time
  • Travel friendly
  • Thin texture makes application smooth and easy
  • The newer range contains SPF 24++
  • Perfect for combination to oily skin
  • Doesn’t leave behind white cast after application
  • Affordable
  • The newer range has essential vitamins and anti-oxidants

Cons of Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser:

  • Not effective enough to moisturise under makeup as it leaves dry patches
  • Contains lots of chemicals
Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser lotion

Price: Rs.100 for 60ml

VNA Rating: 4/5

Will I Repurchase it? YES for summers!

Do I Recommend: Yes, it has been upgraded with SPF and other essentials in just a normal moisturiser which will protect you from harmful sunrays and will hydrate your skin but use a strong one under makeup especially in winter. You will love this if you have used the before version of this (which used to come in rectangular bottle, pink in colour) and this one will surely not disappoint oily and combination skin girls.

Have you used Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser? Share your reviews with us.

27 thoughts on “Lakme Peach Milk Moisturiser: Review and Price”

    • It depends upon your skin though you can give it a try…I would suggest you prefer gel moisturizer if your skin is oily.

    • You’ll know through trial and error! I won’t be able to say coz I’ve dry skin so you try out gel moisturizer from garnier or loreal. :)

  1. I m using this product first time… When i cld appl…. it as been too oily apperance to my face…. is it anyproblem

  2. I have been using this since childhood thinking that it is water based(as advertised) and has no harmful effects. But here you have reviewed that it is full of chemicals? Is it really true? Which element should we look out for while checking the composition behind the cosmetics, which should not be present in them?


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