This is a discussion on SPF Sunscreen / Sunblock within the Skin Care Beauty forum, part of the Makeup & Beauty Talk category; As above . Do any of you use them . It's important to use SPF as SPF protects yr skin ...
As above . Do any of you use them . It's important to use SPF as SPF protects yr skin from harmful UV rays . If old will get pigmentation freckles etc.
yea i know of it but have not started using sunscreen yet but starting soon we ladies must really take good care of our face and skin.
i use demalogica....
I didn't use lei... how ar?
I dont use those although my skin r fair easily sunburn BUT only when swimming i will use coz i swim around 1hr+ only will sunburn .
It's good to start early . Sort of 'bao yang' yr complexion . If not later part , will start having pigmentation / freckles . By the time all this pigmentation emerge will be too late even if start applying spf by then . This was what I was taught , Just my 2 cents worth .
Any good SPF sunscreen brand to recommend??
Currently using Biotherm , TIFFA Kanebo , Ginvera Moisturiser with SPF .
TIFFA KANebo is not bad bt can only get in other countries .
Ginvera is kinda oily .
But in cases like people with acne problems , my doctor told me that the sun rays is actually help instead of harm . But of course not during vigorous exercises .
biore sunblock . very cheap and very good. doesnt have the oily feeling , it dries to a powdery feel , plus the oil control is really =)
dont lazy i always believe in protecting the skin before its too late .
Sometimes I lazy sometimes never apply also .
I always get moisturiser that comes with SPF save time .
Btw i tried the Silkpro tinted sunblock.
the smell is sooo nice. & the texture is really light!
best, it cost only $17+.
i used the sample.
will go & get the bottle when i have the time
vichy or biore or lancome
garnier....so small so compact, cheapo one at about $15.
Wanna share this beauty tip from a beauty expert in Rachel Ray show. She said dont't just go for great brands and big names that may cost a bomb. Try products frm the shelves, may be cheap and may work wonders on the skin.
After i heard that comment, i told myself, 'woah....y not!'