My skincare routine consists of cleansing, toning, serums, moisturising and lastly protecting. Protecting is refering to protecting the skin with sunscreen. I usually don’t miss any of these steps especially this step. I must apply sunscreen during the day and as much as I could, reapply every 4-5 hours. I’m glad to share my latest top 3 sunscreens this week.
Top 3 Fave Sunscreens
I have tried many brands but I choose only physical or mineral based and my top 3 fave are below.
FANCL Sunguard 50+UV Protect
FANCL Sunguard 50+ top the list. I like it as it has high SPF protection and it’s not greasy. In addition, it is fairly affordable for me to apply them both on my face and forearms. Just apply 20 cents coin size of the sunscreen on the face, it’s sufficient to protect till noon. Take note to avoid white residual on the face. The tip is to leave the sunscreen on the face for few minutes before make up.
PHITEN UV Cut Milk
I rank Phiten UV Cut Milk 2nd mainly because it cost more than FANCL. There are several sunscreens products by Phiten, but only AquaGold collection is physical based. The texture is similar to FANCL. Upon applying it on the face, you can feel the face is shield by a thin film to keeping the dirt and air pollution away from the pores. I also like how Phiten not leaving visible white residual effect.
COSME DECORTE AQMW Sunscreen
Though I am familiar with COSME DECORTE skincare products, I have only lately bought their AQMW sunscreen to try. The lotion-like texture is the most silky. It can be easily spread over the entire face. COSME DECORTE is very moisturising and you almost forget you have the lotion on your face. This is the best sunscreen for those who likes to make up cum some coverage.
Investing in a good sunscreen can be considered as a long term prevention of wrinkles. It is wise to select products that do not contain any harmful or chemical ingredients. Protecting the skin is far more important than nourishing it. Strictly follow a skincare routing may take time in our busy lifestyle, however, leaving the skin exposed to sun may cost you more to reverse the damage in the future.