seerat review for Force Shield Superlight Sunscreen SPF 30
Force Shield Superlight Sunscreen SPF 30
this bad boy contains zinc oxide and is non-comedogenic, reef-safe, AND has a green tint to combat redness. as the first mineral sunscreen i’ve formally tried, I found this to be very thin and light butttt if you are tanned or someone with a darker skin tone, this will leave a light white cast on you. nothing too crazy like other sunscreens but a slight cast after you give the sunscreen a chance to sit on your face. this worked great for me because I was pretty pale in the winter but the second I tan, this is ehh for me based on the cast. this is a lovely sunscreen but I found that it did not work for my dry skin. this gave me a more natural/matte finish so not only did it mattify my skin but, it was hard to reapply this without it pilling. however, considering this is catered towards acne prone skin, i’m assuming that the goal was to make this a sunscreen that people with oily skin could use so, if you have oily skin and want to try an affordable option out, i’d say go for it!! especially since most sunscreens tend to give people a more oily finish, try this.
Not suitable for dry skin, gives off a matte finish and pilled on my dry slin!
Thank you for sharing this information , I experienced some pilling also
love all the info