It’s liquid based, being milky in texture but is ultra light leaving a sheer natural finish with no white residue nor sticky feel. Because Biore UV Perfect Face Milk SPF 50+ PA+++ containts sebum-absorbing powder to control oil and shine, skin actually feels powdery upon application. Yet, this sunblock does not clog up pores, works well as a makeup base with the face staying shine free for a good part of the day.
I admit that I’ve been kind of lazy in taking care of my hands and arms. Apart from applying hand cream, I’ve only started religiously applying sunblock on my hands and arms these two years after I noticed some age spots growing on them.
Seriously, this part of our body is a tell tale sign of our age. We can have really good skin on our face but if our hands are all wrinkled up and our arms are covered with age spots, that’s a dead giveaway.
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Despite the rave reviews on L’Occitane Immortelle Very Precious Fluid SPF40, I hesitated to buy this right at the beginning. Reason is because it only comes with 12% of Titanium Dioxide and contains no Zinc Oxide, both of which are key ingredients I look for in sunblocks.
Formulated with highly concentrated, organic Immortelle essential oil with anti-wrinkle, firming and regenerating properties, the fluid is supposed to contain high UV filters to effectively protect the skin from UVB and UVA rays, as well as defend against premature aging and the development of new pigmentation marks.