The Best Sunscreen for Oily skin
Sunscreen, the best thing you can do for your skin. I have combination to oily skin and it doesn’t do well with sunscreen. In this blog post I’ll be sharing The best sunscreen for oily skin, because I know how hard it’s for people with combination or oily skin to find a sunscreen that doesn’t break them out or make them look sticky and oily. I’ve always had trouble finding a face sunscreen. Every single one that I tried, made me break out, my skin felt sticky, and makeup looked blotchy after a while. So, I gave up on sunscreen knowing how important it is. I think “Biotherm” is such an underrated brand. I believe people stopped using it as much because Biotherm raised the prices of their products after a while. But at the end of the day what works for your skin is totally worth it. I’m so glad to discover this face sunscreen because honestly if there’s only one thing that you’d wanna do for your skin, start using a sunscreen.
CRÈME SOLAIRE DRY TOUCH – SPF 50
Matte effect face cream / oil-free – invisible finish
- Oil free.
- Acts as a mattifying primer.
- Controls the sebum.
- Super absorbent.
- Leaves the skin totally matte and smooth.
- Doesn’t cause acne, since it’s oil-free (At least I didn’t experience any).
- Doesn’t dry out the skin.
- No stickiness whatsoever.
- Light-weight on skin.
- Available in SPF 30 and 50.
It’s a light-weight, almost lotion like consistency. When you apply it, it does give a slight white film on your skin, and then within seconds it disappears. It sinks in to skin SUPER FAST. It absorbs so fast, that I wouldn’t recommend applying it all over the face at once. I like to apply it on my cheeks first, then T-zone, and I like to press it in to the skin instead of rubbing it. I obviously opted for SPF 50, but of course you can opt for SPF 30, it totally depends on preference. I find that this sunscreen totally acts like a pore-minimizing and mattifying primer as well.
Would I recommend it?
I think it’s an AMAZING product for people with oily skin. I don’t like wearing SPF at all. But this one just feels like putting on a primer, and doesn’t smell funky at all, like other sunscreens do.
I hope you find this post helpful.