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 I have always loved products from ponds and now that they have come up with another innovative product lets take a look into it.

 The new cream claims to have the "GENWHITE FORMULA". Ponds Institute made the breakthrough discovery  of a specific gene that determines skin color and created the genwhite formula.

 I like the bottle. Its similar to their "age-miracle" line of products.

 It is pinkish white and has a mousse like consistency.

What the company claims:- This nourishing non-oily light day cream with the new, cutting edge white beauty GenWhite formula SPF 20 PA++ works deeply to reduce dark melanin production.To lighten, brighten and fade dark spots, while providing instant radiance. Discover spot-less fair skin like never before, within the epidermal layer.


Great cream for oily & combination skin types

Mousse like consistency

Small amount is needed to cover the entire face

Gives instant brightness to the face without making it look ashy

It did reduce my tan to a certain extent

Contains SPF 20

Great day cream

The tub will last a very long time


If you use too much you will have a white cast on the face

Did not reduce my dark spots. The company does specify that it reduces spots on the "epidermal layer" and if your pigmentation is deep set then this cream may not work

It causes really bad sweating if you use too much!!!!

Overall:- Its a great day cream for all skin types and mostly oily & combination skin types

Advice:- Use it sparingly as it can cause excessive sweating in some people. And personally because of the sweating this cream will be great during winter & monsoon as the climate won't add to the excessive sweating.

Price:- Rs 249/- for 50 grams.

If you want to see my review on the Old version of ponds spotless cream go HERE

Disclaimer:- Product sent by PR but that has not affected my opinion in anyway.

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