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Spf50 for face

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Messymumof3 Thu 25-May-17 08:55:21

Can anyone recommend a sunscreen of spf50 for the face ? I have quite sensitive skin so preferably as natural as possible . Also very pale with freckles and burn easily . Thank you smile

theinkisblack Thu 25-May-17 13:11:01

I use one by Sunsense, it's brilliant. Tinted and factor 50, can wear Alone or under make up

theinkisblack Thu 25-May-17 13:12:47

This is it

Welshcake77 Thu 25-May-17 18:14:01

I use the Body Shop Skin Defence, nice and light and fine under make up if needed

thisfalseinsight Thu 25-May-17 20:48:37

I use a Biore one that I order on Amazon (although it comes from...South Korea, I think?). I believe it's called 'Watery Essence SPF 50'. My skin is sensitive to most chemical sunscreens but this one doesn't bother me at all - and it's a lovely super-light texture (once it dries I can't even tell I have it on) that goes really well under makeup. Definitely completely different to anything else I've ever tried.

user1494670108 Thu 25-May-17 20:51:22

I've just started using the sun sense one this week too. Am happy with it so far

IncognitoAvocado Thu 25-May-17 20:53:26

I love the Eucerin Mattifying one and the Body Shop one. Both are nice and light.

Southernc0mfortmirror Thu 25-May-17 20:54:35

I second the Body Shop skin defence. I have fairly oily skin so I'm a bit wary of facial sun creams in case they're too greasy, but this seems to work well.

Laquila Thu 25-May-17 20:55:02

I also have the Bioré one mentioned to above - I can never believe it'll work but I haven't burnt yet!

NutButterNutter Thu 25-May-17 20:59:38

Kiehls do a great one that isn't sticky or shiny under makeup and I haven't burnt yet (I'm verrrry pale).

boobyooby Thu 25-May-17 21:03:09

We like Piz Buin face 50+, always find it isn't too thick or greasy

Softkitty2 Thu 25-May-17 21:12:53

La roche posay cicaplast with spf 50

dogrilla Thu 25-May-17 22:06:20

Love love love the Body Shop one as well.

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