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Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this because it has tinosorb M in it. This takes a while to dry down on me with using a 1/4 tsp for face and it does have a very strong scent but not bad. The active ingredients are identical to Olay White Radiance Spf 50+++ which both SKII and Olay are owned by Procter and Gamble. Also the inactive ingredients are very similar between the 2 products. The Olay suncreen did peel/flake/ball-up on me while the SKII product only did on my neck but not face. This does have a whitish cast also.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This product falls under the whitening skincare for SKII and is by far the only sunscreen that has ever been in the market (I think). Comes in a nice squeeze bottle, very basic and simp,e looking, just like what other of it's products look like. It claims to contain amino acids and anti oxidants preventing skin from further darkening and pigmentation. This odorless product is rather creamy in nature, so I cannot quite imagine anyone with oily skin will like this. However, being in an air conditioned environment which is typically moisture-absent.... I love it ! It does not dry out my skin, and somehow provides some moisture onto the skin. I cannot tell if it whitens my skin, but texture wise.... It does a decent job. Retails at about USD78, it's very expensive, and I may not repurchase because there are probably a plethora of similar performing sunscreens out there in the market !