Heather tried this first and told me about it. I found it in Guardian but you can find it in Watson too. I am so pleased with it I just want to share it with anyone who cares to listen or read!
No, I am not paid to advertise (that would be nice though) but this product is really good and I would feel so selfish keeping it to myself.
It is SPF 60, blocks UV-A and UV-B rays, oil-free base which is ideal for me (my face literally melts and oozes oil under the hot sun!!) and fragrant-free. It is light and smooth with a slight tint that gives the face a matt finishing. Now I don't even bother applying loose powder over the sun screen lotion. The face feels very comfortable the whole day. And....look at the price!!! I once used a branded sunscreen that cost Rm200+ for a small tube and it lasted like...2 weeks. It was good but...who in their right mind would splash Rm400+/month on sun screen lotion??
I use sun screen everyday (yes, even on overcast days) and I have tried so many...expensive, inexpensive, free samples....oil-base, water-base...This is the best I have come across so far.
A while ago I even resorted to don on one of those HUGH plastic visor that covers my entire face much like a helmet without the head protection. My passengers were so aghast -- they either covered their faces with newspaper/magazines or sank real low into their seats. Not surprisingly, the contraption disappeared mysteriously one day. Well, I did looked like a cross between Evel Knievel and the Ninja Turtles!!
To dress like the ladies from the Middle East with only my eyes showing did cross my mind too....on second thought, with my super almost-opaque dark glasses, not much of my eyes will be showing either!!
If only my passengers could read my mind they will gladly buy me all the sun screen I need...
The product is made in Australia. To check out their various products click here.