This is in a tube with a flip-top cap. The sunscreen is fragrance-free but has a sunscreen smell, very light and fades though. It spreads easily. It doesn't leave a whitish cast. It does leave a shine, but its OK if you are going to apply foundation or powder over it anyway. A moisturizing product. It might be too heavy for summer, but for cooler months it is working well.
This is heavier than the TW Moisturizer without sunscreen so I can only use it in the winter. It smoothes on more easily than any other moisturizer, stands on it's large cap and doesn't fall over in the cabinet, and doesn't smell. It hasn't caused any breakouts and is a decent price on ebay, so I will repurchase when I run out.
Liked using this one in the summer months, but switched back to TW moisturizer sans sunscreen for the winter. The day solution with sunscreen is much better under the regular TW moisturizer in the winter.
I think this is good, but my skin is very sensitve to sunscreen ingredients and I thought this felt a little heavy and slightly greasy after I have it on a couple of hours. I prefer the MK balancing moisturizer or the Timewise age-fighting moisturizer without the SPF.
I started using the Timewise without spf and last time i ordered i was delivered w/ spf. It was ok the first couple of weeks, but i noticed that my face began to dry out and was really rough. I went back to my regular Timewise and had no problem.
I like that this comes in a tube, which makes it more sanitary. It's also nice to see Timewise with an SPF. Other than these things, it's not worth the price at all. It makes my acne-prone skin feel heavy and greasy. When my supply runs out, I'm looking for a cheaper brand with similar coverage.
I've been using this for a while now and am on my second tube. I prefer this formula over the one without SPF. It goes into your skin very quickly and leaves a very smooth surface to work with. It's scentless which I like and hasn't caused a single breakout. I have normal/combo skin that is prone to hives a couple of times a year. One tube is huge and will last you awhile. I believe it costs $20. Well worth it and will repurchase! However, if you have oily skin, steer clear. This will make you a greaseball.
This product is okay but I prefer the TW Moisturizer without SPF. I use MK's Day Solution with SPF 15 for my sun protection.
I am still not sure if I'd buy this product again.
When I first bought the Timewise Age Fighting Moisturizer with SPF of 15, it absorbed nicely into my dryish skin and allowed my foundation to slide on effortlessly.
Now, after using it for over a month, it actually seems to be drying my skin out. This undesirable result is not due to my allowing my face to burn or tan nor is it a result of being dehydrated. It's obviously a result of what I'm putting ON my skin.
The only new thing I've added to my skin regimen each and every day is the Mary Kay Moisturizer with SPF, so I'd have to say this is most likely the culprit in my newly dried-out skin. Perhaps it is not meant to be used every day.
I am still on the lookout for a superior moisturizer, preferably one with a sunscreen in it, which is the reason I bought the MK Timewise in the first place. Maybe it's a mixed blessing, though; if you get a product with sunscreen in it, then you also get a drying agent as well...
This is just way too greasy for my skin. I tried it for 2 months and it never got any better. Also, at $18 a pop, I expected the packaging to be of better quality than a drugstore brand. It sure didn't. Won't be using this anymore.