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Invisible Zinc Junior Clip On 60g

$15.96 $19.95

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2.5 of 2 reviews

Antipodes Immortal SPF 15 Face and Body Moisturizer

$45.00

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5 of 2 reviews

Invisible Zinc SPF50+ 4 Hour Water Resistant Sunscreen Lotion

$29.00

$29.00

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Eco Tan Natural Sunscreen - Untinted

$29.95

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3 of 1 reviews

Cosmedix Reflect Natural Sunscreen SPF 15

$77.00

$77.00

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5 of 1 reviews

Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30

$74.00

$74.00

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5 of 2 reviews

Invisible Zinc Face & Body SPF50 Sunscreen 75g

$19.95

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Invisible Zinc Junior Clip On 60gInvisible Zinc Junior Clip On 60g
Invisible Zinc
Invisible Zinc Junior Clip On 60g
$19.95
$15.96

Not for me!!!

I got this for the beach, hoping for good sun protection for my very fair and sensitive skin. Five minutes after applying my face was stinging so badly I had to remove it, which was tricky given how thick it is. My face continued to sting for a solid hour, and the next day I had a terrible rash. What is most frustrating is I haven't been able to find a full ingredients list ANYWHERE, so I don't know what additive I reacted to
Antipodes Immortal SPF 15 Face and Body MoisturizerAntipodes Immortal SPF 15 Face and Body Moisturizer
Antipodes
Antipodes Immortal SPF 15 Face and Body Moisturizer
$45.00

Great product

I have tried most every physical sunscreen for face/moisturiser with SPF out there, and this is one to stick with. It doesn't leave a white sheen, it has a lovely milky texture to it and it works. I use Inika powder foundation over the top.
Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30
Medik8
Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30
$74.00

Holy grail sunscreen!

This product is amazing, I can finally say I have found my holy grail sunscreen after many years and dollars wasted. This stuff is incredible, I’ve been on the search for a physical sunscreen that is not thick and heavy and greasy (the feel of this is totally opposite to invisible zinc for reference), as most physical sunscreens tend to sit badly under makeup on me, this product ticks all the boxes. I have combination skin and most sunscreens make me super oily and they just feel like an extra layer of grease on my face, even ones designed for oilier skin types. This sunscreen is so lightweight, I use medik8 b5 serum first then this on top during the day and it works perfectly. You do need to rub it in well as with all physical sunscreens it will leave a white cast if you don’t, but once rubbed it the whiteness disappears and my makeup applies beautifully. I don’t mind paying the price for this product as it really is fantastic, I hope medik8 never stop making this.
Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30
Medik8
Medik8 Physical Sunscreen SPF30
$74.00

Surprisingly lightweight!

I was very excited to try this product! I was actually really tempted to import it until I realised it was being released in Australia in time for summer. Sunscreens are a tricky topic for me because my skin is very prone to burning, but I find that I really need a physical sunscreen when my skin is sensitised.

Most importantly - this does what it says. It's a very effective sunscreen that sinks into the skin quite effectively. It doesn't cause flashback, and it doesn't smell offensive - just like sweet almond oil but in a subtle way.

This texture is a bit hard to explain. It looks like a cream but feels extremely lightweight, almost whipped in feeling when you put it on the skin.

It's not hydrating enough for me, I have combination skin but I have a strong preference for very rich creams. However, I don't expect this of a sunscreen and it doesn't affect my rating of the product - you should use this in conjunction with something hydrating unless your skin is quite oily.

Speaking of, this doesn't control oil either, however I think it will leave drier skins with a bit of a glow by the end of the day - I'm not sure, but it smells a bit like sweet almond oil, so potentially one to skip if you have nut allergies? Or check the ingredients list first!