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3.2

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Overall rating
55%
would repurchase
3.9/5
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1.0
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14 days ago

While I really enjoy the way this works under my makeup, a few things have caused me to discontinue. It burns my eyes so so bad I couldn't wear it with my contacts in. Also, after the 3rd day of use, I started breaking out in places I never normally get pimples. So I stopped using it on my face, but kept using it on my chest and arms. Fast forward another week and I have broken out all …Read more

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About reviewer (11 reviews)

age30-35

skinSensitive, Fair, Cool

hairRed, Curly, Medium

eyesGreen


3.0
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1 month ago

I wanted to love this. I adore the Hydro Boost line (I use the gel moisturizer religiously). I heard it was an okay dupe for Biore's Watery Essence sunscreen (which I also use), so I figured, why not? And at first it was nice. I love the line's smell, and this sunscreen smells no different. It's greasier than Biore's essence sunscreen, but I usually wear powder over my makeup …Read more

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About reviewer (11 reviews)

age19-24

skinCombination, Fair, Cool

hairBrunette, Wavy, Fine

eyesHazel


2.0
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7 months ago

I bought this in the hopes that it would be similar to the Biore Watery Essence sunscreen. To make a long story short, it isn't. This sunscreen has a weird bluish tint coming out of the tube and looks incredibly greasy once applied. I think if you applied a small amount of it you could avoid looking greasy, but then you're also not getting the sun protection you need.

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About reviewer (36 reviews)

age19-24

skinOther, Other, Unknown

hairOther, Unknown, Unknown

eyesOther


3.0
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7 months ago

This sunscreen is okay. It's a chemical sunscreen in an interesting gel form. Goes in easily

Pros-
- I do think it is hydrating
- spreads smoothly and evenly. Not cakey.
- ingredients themselves did not make me breakout, I dont think.
-has never pilled on me, even under makeup

Cons-
- it makes my face feel greasy but not really look greasy. Kind …
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About reviewer (36 reviews)

age25-29

skinAcne-prone, Fair, Not Sure

hairBrunette, Curly, Medium

eyesBrown


5.0
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8 months ago

This is the best suncreen for combination skin type.

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About reviewer (1 reviews)

age19-24

skinCombination, Medium Brown, Unknown

hairBrown, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlack


4.0
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10 months ago

I bought this as a lightweight gel sunscreen alternative to Biore UV Milk, which worked fine as a sunscreen but has a silicone texture that I didn’t like. I’m now on my second tube.

The Hydro Boost is affordable and easy enough to find in Rite Aid. It’s a pale blue opaque gel that hydrates with hyaluronic acid (an ingredient my skin loves). I didn’t get any breakouts from it, however …
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About reviewer (921 reviews)

age36-43

skinCombination, Fair, Not Sure

hairBlond, Other, Other

eyesBlue


3.0
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May/13/2018

Edit: Someone asked me to compare this to the SPF 30 version. I don't prefer one over the other. Spf 30 version has alcohol denat lower on the ingredient list so that's a plus. But... it also causes you to compromise your SPF level.

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For a drugstore sunscreen, this definitely isn't horrible. It preforms similar to asian sunscreen brands. The price is a …
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About reviewer (504 reviews)

age25-29

skinVery Oily, Fair, Neutral

hairBlond, Wavy, Fine

eyesGreen


4.0
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Apr/28/2018

Really like it, it goes on light, not sticky, doesn't leave a greasy film..smells nice..and the price is good.I know it contains alcohol, but although my skin is kind of sensitive , I have had no issues using it..I put it mostly on my chest and hands, used it a few times on my face,,really liking it ..!

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About reviewer (279 reviews)

age56 & Over

skinNormal, Fair, Cool

hairBlond, Straight, Fine

eyesBlue


4.0
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fromKetrn

Apr/23/2018

I love this sunscreen, with one caveat: do not get in your eyes! This is a really nice hydrating gel lotion that smells good and leaves a lovely, glowy finish with no white cast. Price is super reasonable and it has not caused any breakouts. However it stings like crazy if it migrates into eyes. I am talking unbearable, with runny eyes and nose and general suffering until you can wash it …Read more

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About reviewer (135 reviews)

age44-55

skinAcne-prone, Fair, Unknown

hairBrown, Unknown, Unknown

eyesHazel