Hey guys I can't seem to find a sunscreen that doesn't break out my acne prone skin. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Whilst it’s pricey, I really love the Dermalogica Sun Booster SPF 50. As it’s a booster it can be mixed in with your foundation, moisturizer, serum, etc or of course be worn alone. It has some great ingredients in it and it doesn’t leave my face greasy or uncomfortable. I would say it’s definitely worth a try :)
I would recommend you try Alpha-H Protection Plus Daily moisturiser - it has SPF50+ and will keep the skin hydrated without clogging the pores. I have acne prone skin and have never had any problems with this moisturiser.
It's a bit hard to get a hold of but I really like the Kose Suncut UV protect PA50++++. It's a lotion consistency that spreads easily and doesn't feel sticky or greasy. You can get it online through Yesstyle.
La Roche Anthelios XL 50+ Ultra Light
The brand caters to sensitive/acne prone skin :)
It's non-greasy and doesn't break me out.
I also like the La Roche Posay Anthelios.
Yes! I also love this one. I use this if I’m planning on wearing makeup over the top as I find it makes a great base. Otherwise I use Bioderma Photoderm BB cream which gives you a sheer coverage and is also amazing. It’s a nice thin, light consistency like the la roche which I like.
I've been using the Sknstitut Age Defence 50+ sunscreen. It's both a chemical and physical sunscreen and I've just been mixing it 50/50 with their Ultra Dry moisturiser of a morning as I don't think it applies very nicely on it's own. I have blemish prone skin and I've been fine with it, or at least no more breakouts than usual.
I was recently gifted by my cousin who went to Japan, and she gave me this Biore UV Aqua Rich SPF 50+ sunscreen that is water based. It feels absolutely light, refreshing on the skin and it does not clog pores. It is also great when applied over with foundation. Unfortunately I haven't found a place that stocks this yet but they sell it on yesstyle for $14.00 without shipping.
I have very sensitive skin. I just found a sunscreen brand that has worked for me. The Mecca Line has a great sunscreen that they sell. It comes in a black box.
The cream is soft and easy to use. A small amount goes a long way!
I like Invisible Zinc Tinted Daywear.
I wear sunscreen year round every time I go outdoors. I have to cleanse MUCH more thoroughly when I go out as opposed to when I stay home & don't wear makeup & sunscreen.
I use Bioderma Photoderm BB cream and it’s amazing. It’s lightweight, doesn’t clog your pores and makes your skin look flawless.
You should try Neutrogena clear face liquid lotion sunscreen for acne prone skin and see the changes in your skin.
I use any for children. They are good for sensitive skin or acne prone.
I bought a cetaphil sunscreen because it had SPF in it. It is for acne prone skin. It has been fantastic so far.
I vote for Biore Perfect Milk sunscreen! It has an SPF of 50 and has never broken me out yet :)
I found Dermalogica and Ultraceuticals and La Roche Posay all amazing on my acne skin. They didnt cause any breakouts.
I have acne-prone skin too so when I buy suncreen I always opt for the 'non-greasy' formulas and 'work' formulas over 'sport' formulas as they are easier to wash off and don't clog my pores as much.
Biore aqua rich is really good! It feels great on the skin. The only problem is you have to buy it online, or they have it at some daiso stores (it's not $2.80 though)
Thank you BH for an opportunity to try this product as I would never have bought this otherwise.
I received a sample of this product to try. I was excited as I love John Frieda products and I'm always looking for that next best thing.
I haven’t used Proactiv products before as I worry about the reaction on my skin. I received this Proactiv 3 step kit from beautyheaven (thank you BH!) to trial so I thought it’s now or never.
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