Moha Moisturizing Lotion- Review

Six months back when I visited a beauty store near my house, I saw a bunch of people from Moha team setting up their shelf. They were explaining about their brand and products to everyone visiting the store. Since I was on a lookout for a body lotion, when they insisted to buy their products to try out for once I picked Moha Moisturizing Lotion and Moha foot care cream. Today, I am reviewing Moha moisturizing lotion for Extra Dry Skin, keep reading to know how it performed and what do I have to say about it 🙂Price- INR 215/- for 200ml

About- Pamper your skin with this rich nourishing moha: moisturizing lotion. Enriched with Aloe Gel and a blend of Almond & Olive oils, it protects and moisturizes your skin deeply, leaving it wonderfully supple and soft.

  • Repairs the skin barrier
  • Maintains skin integrity
  • Reduces trans epidermal water loss
  • Keeps the skin hydrated and soft

My Take on Moha Moisturizing Lotion- Moha Moisturizing Lotion comes housed in a plastic bottle packaging, as far as I know, it’s available in 2 sizes- 100ml and 200ml. There’s a flip cap fitted on the mouth of the bottle which shuts tightly and works perfectly in preventing spillage. The back of the bottle holds ingredients, directions, and product related information, whereas the bottom holds manufacturing and pricing information. It contains the goodness of aloe, almond oil, sunflower oil and more which offers loads of moisture to the skin. Vitamin E and coconut oil are also a part of this wonderful formulation by Moha. For once, you’ll feel that it’s an all-natural product but it isn’t. It contains parabens too to preserve it.Moha Moisturizing Lotion is priced affordably for a body lotion. The consistency lies somewhere in the middle of thick and runny. It gets absorbed quickly into the skin with easy circular motions and doesn’t leave skin greasy on the outside. It goes deep inside the skin and keeps it nourished all day long, I bought it in March and winters were almost fading at that time so I didn’t get a chance to test its effectiveness against the harsh winter winds so, I wouldn’t be able to comment on its efficacy in peak winters. It smells good; the fragrance lingers on my skin for a few hours post which it started fading away. It doesn’t contain SPF, so not a product for you if you buy only those which are paraben-free.Pros-

  • Smells good
  • Affordably priced
  • Boon for dry skin
  • Gets absorbed quickly
  • Makes skin soft and supple
  • Doesn’t make skin greasy

Cons-

  • Contains Parabens
  • Doesn’t contain SPF
  • Availability might be an issue

Swatch-Have you tried any product from Moha? Like it?

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