Sunscreen spray anyone?
Years ago, I have tried sunscreen spray from Nivea, I thought it was quite cool.
The really big pro of sunscreen spray for me is – the ease of reapplication when I am out and hands might be dirty. And for harder to reach spot (eg back), you can always get someone to spray it for you, if you have no one to apply sunscreen for you romantically.
My review today – GoWoonSeSang High Protection Sun Spray SPF 50 PA+++. Made in Korea.
It looks like a big bottle (130ml) and you think it might take you ages to use it up, but you are wrong. Simply because, because it looks like it has a lot, and you will tend to be very generous with the spray. Hence, there is a tendency to overspray because it is fun!
The sunscreen’contains both Zinc Oxide & Titanium dioxide.
The instructions to use it. Once again, if you have read my Clarisonic post, you might have already known that I am not a fan of reading instructions. Without thinking much, I sprayed the sunscreen directly on my face and the fragrance was so overwhelming that I was choked!
It was then I remembered that I might need to read the instructions. O_o
Anyway, this is how the product looks like when it is sprayed on skin. It is translucent, which is great because I have had Nivea sunscreens coming out in blue. It sinks and dries very fast, and leave no white cast nor film. And non-oily at all. In fact, it was too dry for my face but it was alright for my body.
I have tested it when I was out in the sun full day, however I made the mistake of forgetting to respray after 2 hours. No doubt, my skin turned dark a little at the end of the day with no sun burn. But my skin returned to original shade within a couple of days.
Pros: Easy to use, and no white cast nor film.Great for outdoor activity for reapplication, no risk of leaking bottle.
Cons: Expensive (especially if you use it only for body), very strong floral fragrance that might make you sneeze.