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Slathering on sunscreen can seem more like a chore than a proper primping ritual, but COOLA's standout facial tint has us (gasp) actually looking forward to applying SPF. Made with 70 percent organic ingredients, including plenty of free radical–fighting antioxidants, the silky, nongreasy formula dries down to a matte finish (and does so without an overpowering scent!).
First things first the color did not match me but that is not what I didn't like about his product. The consistency was like an silicone primer. And after apply to my face it completely disappeared.1
The only good thing about it is that it doesn't smell like sunscreen.1
had a very strange texture and my skin broke out a lot from it. :(1
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Not for me Not what I am looking for. Don't use this type of product. Not something I would buy. I am not interested in this kind of product. Don't cate. for this product does not match what I like at all.1
I really didn't care much for this sample I feel like nothing was different. My mom did use up the sample and she said she enjoyed the use.1
I brought this on vacation with me thinking that it would be a good sunscreen to wear to the beach. I ended up throwing it away. The texture is really different. It is a liquid but goes on as a powder. It made my skin look flaky and dry.1
When I opened this it was empty and dried up so I never tried it1
This sunscreen didn't do a thing. After applying the sunscreen to my face, hands and neck, my husband and I ate lunch at a local restaurant outside. We both ended up being scorched in the 1.5 hours we spent there. Worthless.1
I did NOT like this product. It felt greasy going on and then left a fake powdery feel. I put it on in the morning before work at about 7am and had a full grease sheen by 10am. The color was terrible but it would not have matter even if the color was correct for my skin tone. Yuck.1