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Breakout-prone gals have it tough. Sun exposure can aggravate skin, but chemical and perfume-heavy sunscreens can cause flare-ups too. Get back outside with this fragrance-free moisturizing sunscreen. Created by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Julie Pena, the SPF 50 formula is designed to protect your skin and simplify your skincare routine.
It still feels to heavy, like regular sunscreen. It also went on too white, like regular sunscreen. I don't typically put on any makeup in when getting ready in the mornings (i'm lucky enough to have skin that doesn't require it), but after applying this (and i didn't use that much) i had to quickly grab my pressed powder bronzer to bring my skin back to a normal color.2
I was really excited to see a moisturizer with SPF 50 in my box, but after using it, I was pretty disappointed. I have sensitive skin, and after applying this product, and venturing out into the sun, my face was burning. Not like sunburn burning, but like chemical peel burning. Not fun at all.1
Once again nothing in the bottle. How can I try a product when there is nothing in it, atleast now I know which company to avoid when looking for a new moisturizer, if there's nothing in the sample its a company I want nothing to do with. I'm going to have to cancel my subscription if this happens again.1
I am allergic to zinc oxide so I couldn't even try it and had to give it away.1
This cream made my face burn, first a little upon application and then the next day even after I'd washed my face, the skin was tender and irritated when I was applying my normal moisturizer. I'm up for trying new skin products, but this one is definitely not for me!1
Gross. Have you READ the ingredients?! These are absolutely terrible for you. All kinds of chemicals and bad stuff! That is NOT what I want on my skin! I won't even open this to try. EW. Please, opt for some organic options! I love Kiss My Face! I want organic!!!1
The sad part is that, like Dr. Jart's BB cream, this is a wonderful multi-tasking product that would fit so perfectly into my busy life. This product contains parabens. The FDA is ok with them but I'm not cool with applying chemicals that are endocrine disruptors causing increased estrogen production. Estrogen production is associated with breast cancer, which I like many other young women are predisposed to genetically. Come on Birchbox, let's step up the skincare standards. You can be the catalyst for change in our country's standards through education. How about an all-natural, paraben free box?? There are tons of great products out there that are clean and healthy. What a great thing it would be to have a mainstream beauty company take a stand for women's health.1