Dr. Sheth’s is an brand that holds a special place in my heart, because they were one of the first science-backed Indian skincare brands that I tried at the beginning of my skincare journey. Now, the brand has grown much bigger and is bringing out new launches every month. They have recently launched the Dr. Sheth’s Clinic @ Home collection of serums and have revamped their packaging to provide a ton of useful information to the user on the box itself. The brand was kind enough to send some of their latest launches my way as PR, and today I will be sharing my mini reviews of these products. So, if you were wondering whether the new launches by Dr. Sheth’s are worth your money, do keep on reading!
*Disclaimer – As of July 2021, some stability issues were found in certain batches of Dr Sheth’s Niacinamide serum. Please check this post before deciding to buy, or to initiate a refund for an already purchased bottle.
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Dr. Sheth’s Vitamin C Serum – Amla VC 20 – Review
The Dr. Sheth’s Vitamin C Serum is a potent blend of 3-o-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Vitamin E, Amla Extracts and Hyaluronic Acid. This serum is fragrance-free and is a pregnancy-safe formulation. It claims to brighten, soothe, repair and hydrate the skin, all in one go.
The formula is a slightly viscous liquid that feels a bit sticky on the skin, but not to the extent of being uncomfortable. I like to wear it under my moisturizer and sunscreen during the day. The serum does feel hydrating and does not irritate my skin at all. As I am writing this review, I have already emptied the 20ml bottle after using it daily for 2 months and the formula did not oxidize at all, which is great.
The product lives up to its claims and adds a beautiful radiance to the face while fighting against aging and free radical damage. Bear in mind that my skin is used to Vitamin C, and the 20% concentration of this serum might be a bit too high for you if you are a beginner (first try this one instead). But, if you are already used to higher concentrations of Vitamin C, do give this serum a shot, I’m sure you will love it!
Will I Repurchase This? 100% yes! This has become like a holy grail Vitamin C serum for me and I like to use Vitamin C every day. So, I will be emptying quite a lot of these bottles in the future!
Dr. Sheth’s Centella And Niacinamide Serum – Review
Niacinamide is such a skincare all-rounder that every skin types reaches for it. Hence, it was obvious that the Dr. Sheth’s Clinic @ Home Range had to include a Niacinamide serum. The Dr. Sheth’s Centella and Niacinamide serum contains 10% Niacinamide, along with the anti-acne properties of Zinc PCA and the soothing properties of Centella and liquorice. Hence, the serum claims to have soothing, hydrating, anti-acne, and anti-aging benefits.
The formula of the Dr. Sheth’s Centella and Niacinamide Serum is quite lightweight and watery. It sinks into the skin almost instantly and feels soothing and hydrating. You can use this serum in your daytime or nighttime routine and should be able to pair it with other actives without any issues (patch test first). Personally, if I use any 10% Niacinamide serum daily, I start getting tiny bumps on my forehead, which is why I like to use this one on alternate nights or 2 times a week. It helps to calm any active acne on my face and adds a layer of hydration. I like to use it on the acne-prone areas of my body too!
If you are someone who loves Niacinamide and 10% concentration suits you then go for this serum without a doubt. However, if you are new to the ingredient, I will recommend trying a 5% Niacinamide serum first.
Will I Repurchase This? Probably, once I finish off other soothing serums in my stash! Also, I would love for the brand to come out with a 5% Niacinamide serum as well.
Dr. Sheth’s Oat & Zinc Mineral Sunscreen – Review
Dr. Sheth’s Oat & Zinc Mineral Sunscreen was one of the most awaited sunscreen launches of the year. This sunscreen contains 25% Zinc Oxide and is a purely physical sunscreen that is pregnancy-safe. It also contains soothing and calming ingredients such as oat lipids, Vitamin E and ectoin.
This sunscreen has a runny lotion consistency and settles to an ultra matte but lightweight finish. It does not pill or feel heavy on the skin at all. However, it does have a very visible white cast and tends to settle around dry patches, hair or acne. That being said, I still love the matte finish and the waterproof formula, so I prefer to wear it under makeup to hide the white cast. If you sweat a lot or have extremely oily skin, you will like the texture of this sunscreen. But if you have dry skin or hate a white cast, this formula is not for you. Another point to note is that you will need to double cleanse at night to remove this sunscreen completely, thanks to its waterproof finish. So, make sure to add a cleansing oil to your regimen when using this sunscreen.
Personally, I am a huge fan of this sunscreen, especially in the hot and humid weather. I do not find it too matte for my oily skin on top of a moisturizer and would love it if the brand comes out with a tinted version that I can wear without makeup.
Will I repurchase this? Yes, I would repurchase it for beach vacations or water activities. If they bring out a tinted version then this would be my go-to summer sunscreen!
Dr. Sheth’s Brightamins – Skin Supplements – Review
Dr. Sheth’s has also finally ventured into oral skincare with their skin supplements called Brightamins. These pretty pink capsules are enclosed in an outer shell with a golden oil. I know that looks don’t matter when it comes to supplements, but these are truly beautiful. The Dr. Sheth’s Brightamins claim to offer anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, brightening, and barrier strengthening benefits. They contain evening primrose oil, Glutathione, Curcumin, Vitamins C, D and E as some of the key ingredients.
It won’t be possible to quantify the results of this supplement on my skin as the impact may not be visible before a couple of months. So, I will recommend you to consult your doctor and ask them if this supplement might be beneficial for you. All I can say is that I haven’t experienced any side effect from these, and apart from their oily aftertaste, I do not mind anything about them.
Will I repurchase this? Probably, unless I find another interesting supplement that I want to try first.
So, these were the mini reviews of the Dr. Sheth’s Clinic @ Home Range. My favourites so far are the two serums from the range and I am hoping that they bring out more in the future! I hope that you found my brief reviews of these products helpful in deciding what to try and what to skip.