These days though it rains every day but as soon as it stops, the sun shines in all its might. The weather is so hot and humid. You need a good sunscreen that can protect your skin from ultraviolet sun rays but isn’t the cause of making you sweaty. I am using some sunscreens about which I can say that they have given some great results. Today, I’m would like to talk about a new sunscreen called Sunstop SPF 30 Sunscreen Cream. This is an Australian made product. I have been using this sunscreen for more than 20 days and now I’m entirely ready to write about all its good and bad aspects after testing on my skin. So let me begin with the basic information about the product.
What The Product Claims
Provides maximum broad-spectrum protection with very high protection and four hours water and sweat resistance.
Some Facts About The Sunstop SPF 30+ Sunscreen Cream
PRIZE AND SIZE
INR 1500 for 120 ml
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My experience with The Sunstop SPF 30+ Sunscreen Cream Review
The sunscreen comes in a large white and orange tube packaging with an orange lid. The lid closes tightly and the mouth of the tube is perfect to take out the desired amount of product from it. The packaging is great to carry out anywhere. The cream is white in color and has a smooth and creamy texture that spreads on the skin very well. It has a mild, slightly medicated smell that doesn’t bother my sense.
Does The Sunscreen leave a White Cast behind?
On my first application, I took out a little amount of cream on my hand and spread out a little, I felt a bit disappointed that it gave a white cast after spreading like most other sunscreens do. Then I massaged the area of my skin with a few gentle strokes and voila, all the white cast disappeared leaving a soft and smooth skin behind.
I did the same on my face, applied with a gentle massage, and get a soft and silky texture with no whitish cast at all. I was really delighted to see the instant natural glow it imparted. I need just a small amount of cream each time to cover my entire face.
Is The Sunscreen True On Its Claim? Is it Sweat-free?
These days while I’m staying at home most of the time I still have to roam around the garden and visit stores for groceries. I apply it every morning after cleansing and toning my face and it keeps me fresh throughout the day. It gets absorbed into the skin after a few strokes of massage. Is it sweat-free? That is an important quality we look for when we check out a sun protection cream. To see the extremely hot and humid weather in India this concern is justified. After using this cream for about a month I can say that it’s almost sweat-free but not completely. I noticed that whenever I spend working for more than one hour in the garden or come back from the grocery store, I get a bit sweaty on my face but then I think that’s unavoidable. In my opinion, it works splendidly as we have intensely steamy and sultry weather. I also like to apply it underneath my makeup as a smooth base.
Would I Repurchase It?
It’s a brilliant sun protection cream, I’m happy that even after working quite long into the garden in this hot weather, I didn’t get tanned at all. It protected my skin well from all the harmful effects of the sun. I’m currently shuffling between Perenne Sweatproof Sun Essential sunscreen and this Sunstop Sunscreen. I didn’t get any breakout at all so there is no reason why I will not repurchase it. Some may find it slightly costly but as one tube lasts long so you will find it affordable.
Who Do I Recommend It To?
The brand claims it suitable for all skin types and they are right to some extent because it’s oil and sweat-free. The only thing one needs to keep in mind is to use it in a very small quantity, especially if you have oily or combination skin. This will be a perfect choice for those with normal-dry skin.
Have you tried the Sunstop SPF 30+ Sunscreen?