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Originally posted by rororebel rororebel wrote:

La Roche Posay Anthelios Ultra Light fluid. It's especially for your face and neck. It is expensive but it rubs in just like cream and there's no white cast even with factor 80.
 
 
This brand gets alot of good raves.  I'll have to look into to it.
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Ti-Silc is EXCELLENT!!!!! I get this from my esthetician but it's available online. Perfect for the face and body especially facial or body treatments.
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For me it is the DermaDoctor Ain't Misbehaving Skin Clarifying & Mattifying sunscreen SPF 30+++.  It doesn't break me out but it doesn't mattify.  I like it better than some of the La Roche Posay sunscreen.
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this is what i use now that i live in arizona (it stays sunny year round) i loved using it during the 100degree months bcause it didn't run in my eyes (like the others do), it does have a 15spf, it smooths on sooo easily & the smell is outta this world 'unique' ( i had ALOT of people who'd get close to me while in passing say 'what is that you're wearing it smells sooo good"
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Here are two brands I wanna try...the last SPF I used broke me out and I found out the ingredient oxybenzone is highly toxic and offers no protection... :(

These two are good for those who are acne prone...the Japanese one is matte and non-greasy...I hear all Japanese brands are matte and offer the best protection...but some of them you have to wash off with a cleansing oil or make-up remover...this one is not hard to wash off but I use cleansing oils anywho...they are awesome for oily skin...

Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46 -> http://www.eltamd.com/ProductDetail.aspx?p=18  This has niacin in it which helps your skin barrier function...

This is to be oil controlling they also have one that is to even out skintone called White Protect...but I am more interested in the Lucent one...

I would just use these on your face...and use something useful and cheap on your body like Bull Frog ... it is all natural and effective...
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Spf isn't the only measure of a sunscreen's effectiveness. PPD is a factor that measures the protection from UVA,which causes darkening.

I prefer physical sunscreen as it is broad spectrum(both uva and uvb) protection.Also mixing some chemical sunscreen ingredients makes them cancel each other out.
Find more info here. Hth.
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I'm gonna try Asian sunscreens. I keep hearing that the Japanese have some of the best sunscreens!

I really wanna try Shiseido's Anessa sunscreen. It has physical sunblock ingredients, but doesn't leave a white cast, and depending on which one you get, it actually leaves your face matte and makes a great primer!

That sounds AWESOME! Makeupalley introduced me. Big smile
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Originally posted by MsDidi13 MsDidi13 wrote:

This is to be oil controlling they also have one that is to even out skintone called White Protect...but I am more interested in the Lucent one...

I would just use these on your face...and use something useful and cheap on your body like Bull Frog ... it is all natural and effective...


I've been wanting to try this one, but it's now discontinued. u.u
I'll try the other available Sofina sunscreens. Tongue
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Nutrogena 45 or 55......


dont waste your money on the higher spf they'll leave a white film

photoderm max 100 spf by derma went on my feet!!!....... in socks
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