perfectlyimperfect review for Force Shield Superlight Sunscreen SPF 30
Force Shield Superlight Sunscreen SPF 30
Claims: ➛ SPF for acne-prone skin ➛ Broad-spectrum (protects skin from UVA and UVB rays) ➛ 100% Physical/Mineral SPF ➛ Weightless gel cream, absorbs fast into the skin ➛ Hydrates skin ➛ Sheer green tint balances redness ➛ Can be used as a light primer ➛ Non-Comedogenic ➛ Reef safe This is a sunscreen and makeup primer from Hero Cosmetics. It’s a mineral SPF with zinc oxide that comes in a light-weight gel with a green tint to colour correct any redness. This is claimed to be good for acne-prone skin and as a makeup primer, without any white cast. I enjoy that this SPF is a light-weight gel and doesn’t feel as heavy as other mineral SPFs I’ve tried in the past. Ingredients: ➛ 17.53% Zinc Oxide (physical SPF, protects against UVA and UVB rays) ➛ Green Surge (antioxidant) ➛ Extremolytes (naturally defensive bio-ingredients, antioxidant, soothes skin) ➛ Abyssine Ferment Extract (soothes skin, reduces irritation) ➛ Green Tea Leaf Extract (antioxidant, soothes skin) ➛ Moringa Seed Oil (fatty acid, nourishes and moisturizes skin) ➛ Vitamin E (antioxidant, soothes skin) ➛ Bisabolo (active part of Chamomile, anti-inflammatory, soothes skin) ➛ Glucose (moisturizes skin, humectant) ➛ Glycerin (hydrates skin) ➛ Lecithin (conditions skin)
I’m not a fan of this product. The weird green tint does nothing for the skin and leaves my skin looking pale. I couldn’t use this as a regular SPF because of the weird white tint that the green leaves once it is fully rubbed into the skin. It also took ages to blend out the product and make it even on the skin. The cream was super streaky and looked patchy on the skin. I used this as a makeup primer and it did nothing to any redness I had. Also, there aren’t any ingredients that stand out to make this good for acne-prone skin. The ingredients aren’t bad, but I was assuming that maybe a small potency of a BHA or LHA was included.
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