Suganda Skincare Squalane Ceramide Moisturiser Review
Today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on Suganda Skincare Squalane Ceramide Moisturiser Review.
Our skin is the largest organ of the body which goes through a lot both externally and internally. External factors such as pollution, UV exposure, climate etc cause a lot of damage to the skin. While internal factors such as diet and lifestyle play an important role. Similarly what one applies to their skin is a vital aspect in overall skin health.
What is the one product that you consider the most important in your skincare routine? For me it’s hands down a good moisturiser (we all know sunscreens are a must that’s why I didn’t mention that). In today’s scenario skincare actives have become a hype and each one of us has been using them. But with the overuse of actives, our skin barrier tends to get compromised. Even if you are someone who hasn’t included actives into their regime, skin sensitivity, dryness and redness are almost common with all of us. Continue reading to know my thoughts regarding this moisturiser.
Suganda Squalane Ceramide Moisturiser Packaging and Fragrance
The packaging of this moisturizer is simple yet classy. The white outer cardboard box mentions all the necessary details of this moisturizer. Inside it, the moisturizer is housed inside an amber glass pump bottle. This ceramide moisturizer is devoid of fragrance. I usually tend to search for products that are fragrance-free because of migraine. Therefore brownie points for being fragrance-free and pregnancy safe too.
Let’s begin with my skin type. As winters are approaching my skin tends to slide towards normal or slightly dryer side. This moisturiser contains:
Ceramide Complex (2.5%) consists of 3 Ceramides, Cholesterol and free fatty acids.
Centella Extract (0.25% Madecosasside)
Colloidal Oat soothe skin ( 0.5%)
Niacinamide to support barrier ( 2%)
It has a rich luscious yet lightweight consistency. I have been using this moisturiser for more than one month twice daily. I apply it to damp skin for better absorption. It glides smoothly onto the skin and gets instantly absorbed. What I like about this moisturiser is that it provides a glow on my skin which does not feel sticky or greasy. It instantly provides a burst of hydration and moisturisation to my skin during this weather. This moisturiser is made with an identical lipid complex. Consisting of 3 Ceramides, cholesterol, free fatty acids. This helps to retain moisture. The presence of squalane is added to further support hydration without clogging pores. One of the active components of Centella is Madecassoside. This component soothes skin irritations and redness. It also improves the hydration of the skin. Whereas colloidal oatmeal soothes the skin and supports the skin microbiome.
This skin-soothing moisturiser restores damaged skin barrier and provides intense hydration to the skin. My skin feels super soft and supple. It did not clog my pores or cause any breakouts. During the daytime also its a safe bet to apply this ceramide and squalane moisturiser. Further layering of sunscreen is hassle-free because it does not cause any pilling.
The website even mentions that oily skin beauties would love this moisturiser. I can say that it’s by far a gem of a product that I’ll be using all year round. It’s a simple, fuss-free moisturiser that does the job of moisturising and hydrating the skin.
Price and Availability
This moisturiser originally retails for Rs 1100. However, you can click here to buy at a discounted price.
You can also read my review on Earth Rhythm Phyto Fuse Moisturiser.