EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 Sunscreen - Untinted
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I didn't even get outside before feeling the burn of this SPF formula. Will not buy again, and I also got the SPF for the body. Should have tested it first before buying two, but I have never had a reaction like this.
Not for me
It goes on clear and feels good on your skin. However, I broke out. I was really disappointed after reading all the good reviews. I will not buy again.
Left my skin greasy
It did not work for my super oily skin. My face was so shiny that I washed after one hour. I am giving 2 stars because my husband liked it, and he is the one using it now.
Was hoping I would like it
I was hoping I would love this sunblock. I hate wearing sunblock with a passion. I have oily skin. This product went on shiney not matte, like I was expecting. It also felt a little sticky. But the bottom line was that it aggravated my rosacea, so after a couple of days of wearing this my rosacea blisters started showing up. I will use this on my neck and chest only...it's too much of a hassle to return it. Sorry.
Not the best. . .
I received a sample size of this with my LovelySkin.com order. Although it is touted for its lightweight, non-greasy texture, I found it to be quite the opposite. It felt very greasy going on, but when it dried down to a more skin-like finish, it pilled quite badly. I appreciate that its fragrance-free, but the smell is like burnt plastic. I dont think I could wear this under my makeup on a daily basis. Oiliness is an occasional problem for me, so perhaps I need something more mattifying. I would actually recommend this for dry skin. It doesnt leave a white cast, so it will work with darker skin tones. However, if shine bothers you, you may need to add a little powder over the top.