|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have combination skin and this works well when I have slightly dryer skin . This acts like a light moisturiser and is not overly oily unlike most other sunscreens . It does not leave an obvious white cast or irritate my sensitive skin . It is easy to apply and spread . Sometimes I use this on my body which is great , as a little goes a long way .
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
I'm giving this top marks because of all the things this product does not do compared to most sunscreen:
-it does not make me break out
-it does not offend my delicate sense of smell
-it does not give me rashes
-it does not irritate my eyes (I'm looking at YOU, Anessa...well, I would except my eyes are watering so much)
-it does not make me super shiny (a bit shiny, but nothing I can't live with) or greasy
-it does not ball
-it does not do weird things to any makeup I might chose to apply
I used to use this only in winter, but now my skin is a bit drier and I wear it all year round.
It does not feel like a glamorous product to use- if you have less sensitive skin, then it might seem a bit boring. But for the sensitive flowers amongst us, this is worth a try...
Edited: just wanted to add that after recently deviating and foolishly trying some other face sunblock (Anthelios 50 Mineral Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid- a good choice if I wanted to look like a vampire), I am in awe of Hada Labo sunblock. It gives me no white cast at all, and yet amazing protection- I wore it for 4 hours at the beach today, and have not a hint of color after that.
DON'T however, buy the product badged as Hada Labo from somewhere like Sasa (which is actually not Japanese product). Make sure you get the real deal, from somewhere like Rakuten.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I tried the Hada Labo UV Moist Emulsion SPF 50+ and love it, very much.
Since I have dry skin I figured I'll try the creamy gel as well. Wrong. I find this creamy gel takes a long, and I mean long time, maybe close to 45-60 minutes to dry/absorbed into the skin.
This is a lightweight gel, by no mean being greasy, but it just stay moist on the surface of the skin. It maybe an option if that is all you need, but I have to put on fdn, to cover my uneven sunspots.
I don't have this kind of time in the morning (who does). Using less is not an option since this is a sunscreen first and moisturizer second, I always use 1/3 tablespoonful for face & neck.
I will stick with the emulsion and add additional moisturizer on top as needed.