Review : Lanacane Anti-Chafing Gel

My Review

Skin Primer is basically used to prepare the skin for what you’re going to put on top. And like a primer you might put on a wall before painting, a foundation primer can fill in small holes (pores) and small cracks (lines). So they’re really suitable for everyone as they should give you a smoother finish. The primer are very expensive starting from 15 – 40 euros. So I was on the look out for a cheaper primer which actually works and I found one 🙂 .

This is mainly used for anti-chafing treatment. When skin repeatedly rubs against skin or clothing, it causes friction which can lead to chafing. This can be caused by sport or just general activity, even just walking around the shops. But it works wonderful as a base primer 🙂 . But if you are doubtful, research about this before using or get a sample size or travel size and try it.

After hearing about the Monistat chafing gel which is a USA product, i found an alternative in this side of the world. I read some reviews about this and decided to try it for myself. I tried it today and I really can see the difference. My issue before using this was the concealers getting settled in the cracks around my eyes. You can see them like patches around my eyes.

I got them in the pharmacy for 10 euros ( I know its a lot) and its 30 g. I used them today and I think i have found my perfect primer 🙂 . All you need is a very little amount to apply on your skin. It spreads smoothly in your skin like a silk. I think this tube will last me for nearly 3-5 month which is good. The first thing I noticed is how my concealer looks smooth around my eyes 🙂 . It really is a perfect base for your mineral foundation as you can be confident that it won’t settle in your pores and patchy areas. But be sure to MOISTURIZE your face before using this. This is not a moisturizer.

Description of the Product

  • Creates a protective barrier
  • Dries to a clear, silky finish
  • Gentle enough to use every day
  • Targeted application
  • Non-greasy, non-staining
  • Doesn’t sting, fragrance-free
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