Unlisted Brand • Walgreens Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen • Sunscreen
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This causes aging. The sunscreen ingredients (like Oxybenzone) are known to age skin and cause cancer. Oxybenzone is banned in some countries. This product is also filled with other toxic crap that I would never put on my face. I wouldnt even put it on my feet. Get something with titanium dioxide or zinc oxide
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I picked up the SPF 100+ and 110+ on a whim. I needed a new sunscreen, but couldnít bring myself to pay $45 for the SPF 55 the SA was trying to push on me at the Sephora VIB event. My Walgreens is next to the dry cleaner, so I decided to pop in since I was there. They were having a Buy One, Get One 50% off sale on their generic sunscreen. I was able to get both for less than $14.
Iíve been using both for about a week. The texture is great. The 100+ Sheer Dry Touch is perfect for my face. Its better than I ever expected. It applies like a dream, with no crumbling or white cast. It sets well on my oily skin and doesnít make me feel greasy. The SPF 110+ is anti aging and Sheer, but not Dry Touch. It was a little heavy for my face, but its great for my neck, check, and hands. Itís creamy, no crumbles, and no white cast.
These are discount wonders for me and will repurchase.
About Me: Iím a skin care junkie and like to mix and match my skin care products everyday to use whatever my skin needs at that time. I have very very sensitive skin and suffer from a sun allergy, eczema, and contact dermatitis. When I do break out or have irritation, the dreaded hyperpigmentation follows. So I run the gamut on skin care products on the search for the next big thing that doesnít irritate my skin.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have this in SPF 100, and it's one of the better sunblocks I've tried. I tried Neurogena's Dry-Touch a year or two ago, but it required tons of blending and left little white "crumbs" all over my face. The Walgreens version is not only cheaper than Neutrogena's, it's superior! It's sheer, matte, and has little or no crumbing.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I just tried this on a whim after seeing it has the exact same actives as Neutrogena's. I picked up the spf 55 version. I have to say it has an AMAZING finish, my face was matte and smooth almost immediately, and it was just perfect under makeup! No balling, white streaks, or greasies at all.
Now I just have to see if it helps with my hyperpigmentation...and also if it breaks me out (I easily get clogged). I'll update if there's any problems.
UPDATE: This clogged me really bad.. but just about everything does. :sigh: And it also had *some* streaking/crumbling, but nothing that couldn't be wiped away. But I'm going back to my usual Aveeno baby spf 55.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is the Walgreens version of Neutrogena's Ultra Sheer Dry-touch Sunscreen. This has the same great coverage of Neutrogena but for much less money, especially when Walgreens has them for BOGO50% off. I buy this because with our kids in sports all summer they really go through the tubes fast.