Unlisted Brand • Uriage Depiderm SPF50 • Sunscreen
|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I have a fair very sensitive skin & I have tiny darker spots due to sun expoture although
I wear sunscreen most of the time but in my country the sun heat in the summer is
very strong. I decieded to look for an anti dark spots sunscreen & i came across this
one it is very expensive & the product is only 30ml so I thought it it will be effective
but it did nothing to unify my skin tone .yes it is non greasy & very light but actually
there are some local brands in the market which is the same as this product for quarter
the price & double the quantity.it is just an ordinary sunscreen lotion
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
It's hard to find moisturizers with spf that don't leave a white cast or make my skin feel greasy and shiny. I have found some good options with spf 25 or 30 like Vichy Aqualia Thermal, Louis Widmer Tagesemulsion Hydro-Active UV 30 and Louis Widmer Sun Protection Face 30. I was looking for even higher spf because I am struggling with sun spots.
At first, Depiderm feels draggy on the skin and you think that nothing good is going to come out of it. But it absorbs quickly, with no shine and non sticky.
That it contains lightening ingredients is an added bonus. That way I can include them in my routine in the morning without having to cut back in my retinol or AHA applications in the evening.
I'll update in a few months if it helped to even out my skin. If it does, it will earn the fifth lippy.
UPDATE: I have now been using a prescription retinoid (tretinoin) and that has been lightening my skin significantly, my sun spots are hardly visible (hands and face).
Unfortunately, the tretinoin together with the cold weather made my skin much drier. I have switched back to the richer Vichy Aqualia thermal UV 25. I'll use up the Uriage in the summer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Dark Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was originally prescribed this by a dermatologist and it was the first time i started using sunscreen. I used it and i liked it but when i ran out i went sometime using other sunscreens that just didn't mesure up. It really does help with the dark spots because my dark spots reduced significantly since i used this with retin-a. Where i live i get this for about 20 dollars so i don't think it's that expensive plus it's lasts me about 2 to 3 months so it's totally worth the purchase.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is a very expensive but excellent UVA/UVB high spf ss for sensitive skin prone to PIH. I think I pd about $50 for 1 oz, so it's NOT cheap. However, to me it's worth it. I have oily, acne-prone, sensitive skin that gets dark spots from acne, irritation, etc. This is a white liquid that is fragrance-free. It goes on white, but leaves no real white cast if blended in well. It is a bit draggy, but dries w/o looking very shiny and does not stay sticky at all. I'd say the finish is satin-matte. I can wear mu over it w/ no probs. This didnt cause any breakouts, irritation, or redness. It also contains lightening ings like niacinamide and licorice root. Too much niancinamide breaks me out - this did not, so it seems there's not a high enough concentration here to do that. The pkg is a nice pump. I do have to use a good mu remover to remove it. Overall, excellent product, but very pricey. I don't like to spend a lot of $$ on products, but a good ss is SO hard to find, that in this case its worth it.