Unlisted Brand • The Cancer Council Australia - Ultra Sunscreen • Sunscreen
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I live in sunny Queensland.
I have been using the Toddler sunscreen for my face and the Ultra for other areas of my body. The Toddler feels a bit more heavier on my face. I do find that I smell quite like sunscreen after putting it all on but it goes away in a few min (unless I have become accustomed to it.) I've been using this combination for about a month and haven't experienced any adverse affects on my skin or feel that I have tanned more.
Admittedly, I do still quite use other forms of sun protection: umbrellas, sunglasses, hat and long sleeved clothing.
It is quite cheap and I use a substantial amount. I don't often re-apply as I do not always have the opportunity to clean my face/body and re-apply a fresh coat. I'm not keen on layering sunscreen on top of dirty skin.
I have previously purchased a big pump but as I am using it myself I have long learnt that I'm better off buying the110mL tubes and finishing them up in 6 months rather than have the pumps lingering around for a long period of time.
Nonetheless, I feel protected wearing this sunscreen and feel good about it going to a good cause.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Curly Eyes: Hazel
I am in love with this product, especially after using that horrendous excuse for a sunscreen Sebamed which single-handedly gave me adult acne but no protection, The Cancer Council Australia Ultra Suncreen feels like a savior.
CC's products are designed to give you ultimate protection from skin cancer and aging under the red hot Australia sun, so even a little dab goes a long way. I've never felt so protected before, kinda feels like sun rays are bouncing off my skin. It also gives my skin this beautiful radiant glow, I don't really know how, but everyone's been telling me my skin looks amazing since I started using CC.
It does not get absorbed immediately, but that's about the only con it has. However the good thing is, as soon as it touches your skin, it loses its white color, so you don't have to worry about the white spots on your face that you might have missed while rubbing it in.
Also it does not have any perfume in it and doesn't smell, which is a good thing, no extra ingredients.
And, as it says on the tube, with every purchase, you help fund cancer research, patient support and education.
I don't think it gets any better than that. I have found my ultimate sunscreen. Thank you, Cancer Council Australia!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Was very happy with this. Excellent protection. Fairly thick and greasy, but you would expect that for SPF30 and it certainly didnt cause any breakouts when I used it on my face.