The results so far have been great. It’s better than what I initially expected actually. My dry patches have gone and my skin has been free from acne (what more do I want?). I have to add, though; I have been doing other stuff as well to keep my skin in good condition like drinking more water, consuming green tea 2-3 cups a day and giving myself plenty of sleep.
Now, if you’re thinking of choosing between the two products, here are some pointers I could give you:
1. They both have SPF 15 but don’t rely on them to protect your skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays. I always use a separate sunscreen in the morning. I was asked if it’s okay to use SPF infused product in the evening and even though I’m not a dermatologist, I can assure you that your skin won’t know the difference. The only risk I could think of is that it MIGHT increase your chance to get clogged pores if your skin is sensitive to sunscreens.
2. If you want more moisture, the 7 in 1 Day Cream is the way to go. It’s great for normal-dry skin types. For oily skinned girls, I’d recommend getting the Anti-Ageing+Fairness one. It’s less sticky but it provides enough moisture to keep your skin hydrated.
3. If you’re under 25: get the day cream.
4. If you’re above 25: I’d suggest getting the Anti-Ageing+Fairness cream. If your skin is dry, though, I think you would need a moisturizing serum to go along with it.
5. Finally, it all depends on your needs/skin type, really. My best advice is to always pay attention to your skin’s condition before choosing a product.
Hope it helps!