Shiseido - Anessa Perfect UV Sunscreen Mild Milk For Sensitive Skin SPF 50+ PA++++Final Clearance Spring Festival Quantity Discount
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Justyna BaniaBest SunscreenDecember 18, 2018Amazing sunscreen ingredients. Minimal shine that goes away. Feels nice to wear. Too expensive however, doubt I will repurchase for that reason but if price doesn't matter to you this is an excellent sunscreen.
Emily HertlerMy fussy daughter's summer favoriteNovember 28, 2018My fair-skinned daughter loves to swim all summer long, but is very fussy about the texture, appearance, ease of application, and scent of sunscreens. This one is her favorite, and I feel good knowing (well, trusting) that it is better than average at protection in the water. I'm in the US and thankful to YesStyle for enabling the safe repurchase of this sunscreen.
Ginny WuLightweight and not oilyOctober 4, 2018This is the best sunscreen I’ve tried so far. It’s very lightweight and it has a smoothening effect. When you first rub it in, you feel a slight silicone texture, but once it absorbs and you stop rubbing, you don’t feel like you have anything on your skin. I don’t feel greasy at all throughout the day.
Lydia EsparzaLightweight sunscreenJuly 18, 2018Soft and luxurious milky texture will purchase again impressed
K WNo white cast or sticky feelingJuly 17, 2018Sunscreen is gentle and absorbs into skin making it soft and not sticky.
MimoriVery Good SPF 50+ sunscreenSeptember 23, 2018Very good SFP 50+ sunscreen. If I'm in a rush in the morning and not careful, it leaves white streaks/marks on my face (i.e. near the corner of my nose). However, unlike other high SPF sunscreens, it doesn't irritate my skin and still much easier & takes less time to smooth on your face.
aintnobodyVery slight white castDecember 11, 2018I had liked the Shiseido Senka sunscreens and was excited to try this one, hoping for a similar matte finish without white cast but with an even better ingredients list, free of alcohol and octinoxate.
I heard from one person it had a bit of a white cast but thought I'd try it anyway because of some comments. Well it does have a very slight white cast. Not as bad as the Klairs Midday Blue Sun Lotion, but it's like overlaying a white layer over yourself in Photoshop set to 10% opacity. Given some time to set the opacity of the cast decreases a little bit but not completely.
Two fingers of sunscreen, which might not even be the actual 1/4 teaspoon required, turned my South East Asian medium tan skintone ashen and sickly-looking. I generally squeeze out pretty thin strings of product, not even really thick ones. If I wipe off a spot on my chin with a tissue I can see my actual skin colour show through the sunscreen film. After over an hour, I start to get some colour back in my face and don't look quite so awful but the white cast around the bare patch is still visible.
This is probably a great sunscreen for outdoors activities, the beach or a hike or if you're fair or under foundation but if you have a darker skintone this does not quite perfectly tick all the boxes as an everyday last step. The finish does feel nice and soft after it's had time to set (but at first it's pretty sticky).
I ordered the blue bottle and hope to have better luck with it.
henriwellAugust 4, 2018contrary to what it claims, the finish is one of the stickiest and most unpleasant ones i've ever tried, face-wise. i appreciate the no-alcohol, -fragrance, -what-have-you formula, and it caught my eye because it was in the NCT gallery as one of their daily-used products, but it's not elegant and doesn't sit on the face well, especially if you want proper uv protection (not to mention reapplications tbh), so that's disappointing. everywhere else it's fine, i like it for the lips and under the eyes.