Good physical sunblock, though I wish the SPF were a bit higher. It tends to leave me a bit greasy and clammy white looking, but it's a good lightweight foundation substitute, if I dust powder on top.
This was ok. It didn't burn or irritate my skin, or make me breakout, which is a huge plus. But it felt like I had a mask on my face BAD. I was so horrified this summer because I looked at myself in Saks with it on and I was a big sweaty faced biatch! It was very embarrassing. Needless to say, I couldn't bring myself to use it again, so I swapped it away, and don't regret it! Luckily I have found better too.
Don't know how I live without this product. I love it! The point is it didn't give me breakouts. The not-so-creamy texture makes it a great sunblock to put over your moisturizer. The pricing is also great, rather than buying Shiseido's (more expensive) which has a similar product.
I think this is a good product, but it's a little greasy and I find that the City Block SPF 15 is a lighter and less sticky. I can't stand sticky sunscreens. For everyday use, and if you don't live in the tropics, I would go with the SPF 15 version.
This is one of those products where, I'll use it for a while, wonder if there's anything better...and then ALWAYS return to it!!! I have decided this is the best sunscreen I've ever used. It doesn't break me out, it's gentle, and is has enough of a moisturizing quality that it isn't TOO DRY (sometimes I get dry patches). It it super under makeup...plus, it's slightly tinted to sort of help even out skintone. I highly recommend it!
i broke out in a severe rash from using this product. usually clinique doesn't irritate my skin but this made my cheeks flake, itch, and peel. also left a whitish trace of color behind and the formula is incredibly drying.
I really like this, there is nothing special about it but I like the fact it didn't cause any trouble on my skin. No dry patches no breakouts. It's a skin colored cream which looked too rich for my oily skin (sometimes incredibly dry!) but my skin tolerated it well, good good! Good to wear under foundation too! Just remember don't slap it on or it will peel off..
I like this...it's a nude color so enhanses my natural skin tone and it has SPF 25 which is great for my fair skin that burns really easily. It's a little greasy but not as much as regular sunscreens.
I've tried to use a sample of this on many occasions and swapped away a full size I got as a present. This is way too greasy! I find it didn't even protect as a sunscreen well because it either melted or rubbed off within a couple of hours. Do not recommend for oily skin.
First, I have combination skin. I found this sunblock matte (more so than Oil of Olay Complete sunblock), but my biggest beef against it was that it makes the face get shinier and greasier after 4 or 5 hours and I usually have to wear my face longer than that. The thin texture makes it easy to spread and due to the nude tint I actually feel this is a tinted moisturizer. Once I apply it to the skin I *almost* forget I even have it on. Like another poster said, the tone is appropriate for most pale and medium skintones and the coverage is very sheer. I would actually say the undertones are more yellow than pink but overall it is actually quite neutral. I suffered no allergic reaction from this product even though my skin is very sensitive. I would not recommend this product for dry skins, however, because the high titanium dioxide content may be too matte for their liking. Another problem may be the price of this product ($16ish for 1.4 oz) which makes it very expensive for a sunblock but actually reasonable for a tinted moisturizer. It almost seems to expensive to just use as a sunblock, but as another poster mentioned, it does make an *excellent* makeup primer thanks to the smooth matte base this will leave on your skin.