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Recent Supergoop! Reviews

Sunscreen -Supergoop! -Invincible Setting Powder SPF 45


This product was incredibly drying on my acne-prone and sensitive skin. After 1 use, I broke out with a few pimples and visible blood vessels started to appear due to the irritation. Would not recommend this to anyone with sensitive skin.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Sunscreen -Supergoop! -Unseen Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40

on 11/7/2018 2:39:00 PM


I've been using this sunscreen for quite some time. I picked it up at Sephora for $32 (for 1.7fl oz). It's SPF 40. The scent is kind of "sunscreen-like" but not strong... can't smell it after applying. It has the consistency of a silicone-based primer (this product is loaded with dimethicone so if you don't want that then pass.) For me, this works as a sunscreen and a primer.

The product itself is a clearish-yellow, so it doesn't leave a white cast (but I'm also very fair and it doesn't leave a yellow-tint or anything either). I use a dime-sized amount every day on my face, and it doesn't pill up or sit weirdly underneath my makeup. The best thing about this is it's not greasy at all. It won't make you look shiny whatsoever... it's kind of mattifying actually. I also really like the packaging both for functionality and aesthetics. You can squeeze every last bit of product out, and the packaging is pretty.

I like this, but don't love it. I WOULD repurchase it, but will probably try out other sunscreens after this one.

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Sunscreen -Supergoop! -Glow Stick Sunscreen SPF50

on 8/31/2018 3:48:00 PM


This little product is definitely something I never thought I needed until I had it. I never even thought about getting a sunscreen in oil format, let alone a oil in stick format. I've seen/used sunscreens in liquid form, powder form, stick form, but never quite like this. For a while I was embracing a more matte type of skin, but I was noticing my skin was becoming parched more and more (probably due to age) so I decided to try to embrace the "glow" this summer, by using more emollient moisturizers, and then I discovered this.

This little guy is small in size, but is long-lasting. After moisturizer, I take the stick, and swipe it directly across my face, and then use my fingers to blend it in. It feels and acts exactly like a dry oil. Like most dry oils, it will absorb into your skin but it will always leave a little bit of slip on your face. You can wear this under makeup if you enjoy a glowy finish. Depending on what you're trying to achieve, I would recommend choosing your foundation/moisturizer in consequence when using this product (i.e. if you need your makeup to last all day, consider using a less emollient moisturizer, or a matte foundation). I've been using it every day this summer, and I've really been enjoying it. Generally, even the more moisturizing types of sunscreens still manage to be somewhat drying for the skin, but not this one.

It has no odour, is completely clear, and is a chemical sunscreen. I have not had any averse reactions to the formula. The tube is small, but after two full months of use, I don't think I've even hit the halfway mark. I love that you can just throw this in your purse, and apply it straight from the stick for an easy, mess-free application. I would highly recommend if you're into glossy skin.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Sunscreen -Supergoop! -City Sunscreen Serum SPF 30 PA+++

on 8/22/2018 5:02:00 AM


Tried this on my face. I didn't like the greasy feeling/look and it pilled a bit under my makeup.

At the end of the day, I had around 15-20 closed comedones, mostly concentrated near the inner parts of my cheeks. It has been around 3 days now and they're still there. My skin has never broken out with another sunscreen. For this reason, and the fact it only has SPF 30, I give it only 1 lippie. :(

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Sunscreen -Supergoop! -Everyday Sunscreen SPF 50


This is on the oily side, leaves a oily residue on your face. Its texture and smell just feels like sunscreen, instead of a lightweight moisturizer/gel. Not very impressive

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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