The best sunscreen I’ve ever tried
December 28, 2018
I have dry skin, and the sunkiller sunscreen really addresses all of the problems I’ve had with sunscreens in the past.
1. The Feeling - it’s very light weight and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin like cheap brands such as banana boat and others do. It feels like there is absolutely nothing on my face and is effortless to apply.
2. The finish - It doesn’t dry out my skin. It’s actually really soothing and smoothing which I didn’t expect. It’s definitely dewy on the skin (I love that look, but maybe not the best for people with oily skin) but even with the slight shine to it, it doesn’t feel wet or sticky on the face. it’s surprisingly dry to the touch.
Scent - citrusy-lime: i don’t mind it I think it’s pleasant, but if you don’t like it, it doesn’t linger throughout the day at all
Lasting power: it can still see the shine of the sunscreen at the end of the day, so I know it’s there, but of course you should still reapply as recommended since it is a mostly chemical sunscreen
Under makeup: a pretty much flawless look underneath foundation/bb creams. it gives a bit of a glow underneath my makeup and a smooth canvas and DOESN’T BALL UP! I’m a sunscreen junkie and 80% of sunscreens (especially moisturizing ones) that I try ball up, so this is a huge plus.
Skin benefits: There’s hyaluronic acid and other moisturizing ingredients in this sunscreen and I’ve actually noticed visible improvements in the overall texture and feel of my face after switching to this from my previous sunscreen.
Cons: my biggest gripe is the amount of product you get. It’s the standard 50g/1.7oz size, but it just is not enough for something for daily use.