|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this product and was devastated when they discontinued it a few months ago. I bought 4 bottles that should last me the next year or so. This sinks in quickly and covers wonderfully. The spf 40 is a tad darker and has more of a velvety finish while this one settles looking creamy. Love it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I've been looking for a staple natural tinted spf/moisturizer for a while. I was using La Mer tinted moisturizer (which I love) but it's just too expensive, so I started searching. I came across tinted reozone and gave it a try, and I quite like it. It doesn't burn like most sunscreen do and doesn't have that icky sunblock smell( it smells fruity). It's a bit on the thick side, but I just add a drop of my rosehip oil and it helps cut it. It provides good coverage and its very reasonably priced. I will definitely purchase again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I really wanted to like this sunscreen, but it irritated my skin and the fragrance bugged me. But most importantly, the tint was off for my skin tone, so it looked chalky and pale. I didn't feel like it sunk in, but just sat on top of my skin. Which might be the reason I broke out after a few days of use. I can see why it might work for some, but not me!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This review is for the new Arcona Reozone 40 (4 oz. tube). This sunscreen is absolutely the best facial sunscreen that I have ever used!! It is slightly tinted, but disappears when rubbed in. The texture is light and not greasy at all. It's unscented and doesn't clog my pores or even look as if I'm wearing sunscreen. I can easily apply makeup after putting this on. I purchased it because the sunscreen ingredients are zinc and titanium dioxide (and I've stopped using sunscreens with all of the standard chemical spfs).
I also use Fallene Cotz (spf 58) and Avene Thermale tinted compact (spf 50) and although both are fine and I will continue to use them (I don't want to waste them), the Arcona is my new HG. Highly recommended!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This stuff is awesome! It's not super tinted so it looks really natural. I abhor the feeling of sunblock on my face but I really don't mind this one at all. It seems to have some nice ingredients and The packaging is a stand-up tube, very easy to squeeze out the right amount. I sometimes mix it with a little lotion if my skin is dry. I will rebuy again and again!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have used a moisturizer w/ SPF since I was a teenager so have tried lots of them (Murad, Clinique, Alba, Neutrogena, Avalon Organics, Purpose, MD Forte, Dermalogica, RoC, Eucerin, Almay, Estee Lauder, Biotherm, Lancome, Peter Thomas Roth, Juice Organics, Rachel Perry, etc), but was looking for a more natural one that would be as effective without breaking me out (I have combo, acne-prone skin that reacts easily). My previous favorite was Dermalogica Sheer Moisture SPF 15 Tinted Moisturizer -- still great but has lots of chemicals. I also really like Rachel Perry's Cucumber Moisturizer SPF 15 -- great moisturizer, but the sunscreen in it is useless. Arcona Reozone is zinc-based so it's great for sensitive/acne-prone skin & the sun protection is longer lasting. It's a thicker texture than I'm used to and takes a bit loner to fully sink in to the skin (the trick is to use a small amount and massage it in well), but it gives me a matte, even coverage. It's not overly moisturizing, so I use it over my facial serum in the morning & it works great. The tinted version is barely tinted, so I usually add a bit of bronzer (Dr. Haushka's is great). I think I'll try the cheaper untinted version next time & just add a bit more bronzer for the same effect. This is my new HG moisturizer w/SPF & it's free of the chemicals that are in most sunscreens, which I really like. A definite repurchase!