The majority of
The majority of foundations do not provide an appropriate level of, if any, broad spectrum sun protection. But, it's frustrating when your favorite foundation just breaks apart when you apply sunscreen first. In this video I review five of top-rated mineral-based sunscreens on my fair, sensitive, and combination skin.
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NeoStrata Targeted Treatment Sheer Physical Protection SPF 50
* 7% titanium dioxide, 6% zinc oxide
* $37 for 1.7oz ($21.76/oz)
La Roche-Posay Anthelios 50 Tinted Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50
* 11% titanium dioxide
* $33.50 for 1.7oz ($19.70/oz)
Australian Gold Botanical Sunscreen SPF 50 Tinted Face Mineral Lotion
* 4% titanium dioxide, 4% zinc oxide
* $12.99 for 3 oz ($4.33/oz)
Paula's Choice CALM Redness Relief SPF 30 Mineral Moisturizer for Normal to Oily Skin
* 2% titanium dioxide, 6% zinc oxide
* $29 for 2oz ($14.50/oz)
EltaMD UV Clear
* 9% zinc oxide 7.5% octinoxate
* $32.50 for 1.7oz ($19.11/oz)
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27 minute video? Botanical by Australian gold won't wash off. Elta md gives me a rash.
The anthelios is awful as soon as you put it in. I’m not liking it. First day using it today. Probably won’t use it again because it’s so greasy.
I love Australian Gold! I use it as a primer under my foundation as well.
Awesome video. I’m very much enjoying your content. Thanks for all the information. I’m learning quite a bit. Is it best to get a physical sunscreen with both zinc and titanium or is it ok so long as it has one or the other? Also, does the percentage matter or is it the spf that is critical? Finally, for those of us with malasma looking for the best uva possible, should we only look for a++++ rated sunscreen to assure best uva? I’m trying desperately to figure this out....hope I’m close. High spf with a A++++ rating ,must have one or the other—zinc or titanium, and iron oxiide for visible light? Right? Thanks so much. ?
I’m not sure if this test is great bc blotting ur sunscreen before makeup application would make u loose spf coverage bc what sunscreen does is form a film on the face, by blotting ur disturbing that film of spf protection. Even just applying makeup upsets it a little bit and makes u loose spf power. My mission is to apply by disturbing the sunscreen layer the least amount possible. Also u do need to reapply through out the day. You shouldn’t have the same layer on for 7 hours straight. I just put my reapplication right on top of everything. I stopped spending so much time on makeup and really just rely on tinted sunscreen for coverage and a small amount of concealer and cream blush so when I reapply I can just add more blush on top and I’m good to go. I usually don’t even touch up the concealer after reapplication. The natural look is just so much easier and my skin is more protected than it has been my entire life!