You can’t tell people to use sunscreen liberally and then have them sell a kidney for half a bottle, thus this is only consistent for a business that prioritizes SPF in skincare.
Lightweight and oil-free, the Universal Tinted Moisturizer boasts an SPF of 46 and an antioxidant formula. Designed as a foundation and sunscreen in one, this product gives your skin a radiant look while protecting it. Hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and vitamin e are all present in relatively high concentrations as well.
They boast that their Broad Spectrum SPF 45 is “an new clear, non-greasy, strong sunscreen” that does more than just block the sun’s aging rays. This innovative sunscreen has anti-aging properties that will slow the aging process, protect the skin from sun damage, and even out skin tone.
Despite containing inorganic (also known as mineral) filters and having no oil, both products feel more moisturizing on my skin than I would have anticipated. In other words, they aren’t as moisturizing as Asian sunscreens, but their feel is significantly more pleasant than the heavy, stifling sunscreen I grew up with. (Additional details: chemical, mineral, and physical The difference between the two is what?)
Sunscreen should be applied as the last stage of your routine, and I find that both of them may effectively replace my summertime moisturizer. Even though the DRMTLGY Broad Spectrum SPF 45 was easily applied in sufficient amounts to provide the promised protection, it took a long for the sunscreen to fully absorb into the skin.