Tomato Wrinkle Care Sun Cream: A Dayshifter's Skin Food

12:23 PM Chan Zubiaga 1 Comments

Not too long ago, I wouldn't really care stacking up sunscreen in my toiletry basket.  But that is now a thing in the past. I work during the day now, like most normal jobs do, so I now need some kind of protection from the sun. I say that sunscreen is my new found bestfriend.

I have consumed all of my 30ml-tube Let's Face It sunblock that I got, so I purchased to try on Skinfood's Tomato sunblock cream.





It's kind of thick or heavy on my skin, like any other Skinfood creams, i.e. BB creams, but not as heavy as Skinfood Broccoli Sunscreen Cream. If you are going to ask me, I still prefer using Let's Face It sunblock with I think, SPF 25 simply because it's cheaper, kind of have this cool sensation when you put it on the face.

The downside of this Tomato Wrinkle Care sun cream aside from the weight, is it doesn't blend in well with your makeup foundation, especially if it's cream-based or liquid. But overall, I love using it since it has some anti-wrinkle properties and it really smoothes out the skin. I believe it's going to work out real good with those with a more mature skin in terms of smoothing out the wrinkles.

At the end of the day, it does its job of protecting the skin from the sun's UV rays.

How to use a sun cream:

Use it at the end of your daily skin regimen i.e. after using facial wash, toner, moisturizer. Put on the sun cream before puting on your foundation and makeup.

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1 comments:

Allan said...

This coming summer, such products will be in demand and for sure best seller in stores.