With the formidable skin-whitening trio of lycopene, vitamin C and arbutin behind it, this dual-acting cream smoothens out fine lines and wrinkles while shielding skin from the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays. Tomato extracts banish free radicals, preventing the onslaught of premature skin aging and erasing dark spots and uneven skin tone.
Ive been using this for a whole week, I feel like I dont need makeup, my face is now with an even skin tone, its not oily at all, actually my skin is very oily, and more on my nose, I only wear some complement to my nose, cause it looks shinny after using this, but not oily, I love it :D
I like this sunscreen. I've gone through 3 of these already. I love the smell and the consistency. It feels light on the skin.
This is my favourite bb cream as well as sun block. I use it everyday before I go out from the house. This is my second bottle after all and will continue to buy it as it will give me a natural looking complexion.
I had been using Sulwhasoo's Snowise UV Protect Cream as a daily sunblock, but I wanted a cheaper product that wouldn't hurt the bank if I wanted to reapply it every two hours when outdoors.
This works perfectly; it's a lot thicker than a regular UV cream, with a texture quite similar to regular sunblocks --white film and all. Nevertheless, it glides on, and the white remains are gone after about a minute, leaving skin silky and moisturized. This sun cream does the job, with an added bonus: I have oily skin and I live in a tropical environment; I thought that having to reapply meant that my skin would get oilier, but I didn't expect this cream to control sebum somehow; after two hours with this, my face is much less shinier than without it. I would definitely recommend it for oily, sensitive skin; I'll be purchasing again as soon as I'm done with this one.
As for the anti-wrinkle capacities? Can't comment on that; I use other products for wrinkle treatment, so I can't link any results directly to this sun cream.
"Feed your skin, it deserves a treat" is SkinFood's basic philosophy. From its beginnings in South Korea, the company currently maintains 150 retail outlets all over Asia as well as branches in the United Arab Emirates. SkinFood creates delicious cosmetics from familiar ingredients such as sugar, rice, vegetables and fruits. From yummy strawberries to crunchy apples, refreshing aloe vera and invigorating coffee, SkinFood offers over 900 products that pamper, protect and please your skin.