Only recently I've decided that I will only use physical sunscreen. There's been a lot of discussion about chemical sunscreen could be a carcinogenic, and that the chemicals can also be absorbed into the bloodstream. This is part of the reason, but, to be honest, a physical sunscreen appeals more to my vanity. Chemical sunscreen can actually cause pigmentation, which is what I aim to prevent when protecting my skin from the harsh effects of the sun.
The 100g tube has a simple flip top lid.
Zinc based sunscreens usually equal a thick consistency. This sunscreen is certainly no exception.
Using such a thick cream for my face is foreign for me. I was worried that it would cause havoc on my combination skin. I'm not overly keen on the feel and the initial white caste on my skin. It feels heavy and sticky. Something I disliked.
I might not be a huge fan, but my skin seems to like it! No congestion or break outs, which is certainly a bonus when using sun protection. It is a finish that actually works quite well under makeup.
I am now beginning to get used to this sunscreen, and am quite happy with it for the budget price.