This sunscreen offers broad spectrum protection against UV rays, pollution and blue light damage. It also comes armed with oat lipids that help bolster the skin barrier and ectoin, a bacterial ferment that calms the skin’s microbiome from inflammation.
Derm Tip: Apply a few drops of our Dr. Sheth’s Amla VC20 Serum before layering on the sunscreen for supercharged protection against free radical damage, sunspots and pollution
Cyclopentasiloxane | Zinc Oxide | Oat Lipids | PEG-10 | Dimethicone | Isononyl Isononanoate | Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer | Hydrogen Dimethicones | Polymethylsilsesquioxane | Ectoin | Titanium Dioxide | Talc | Dimethicone | Silica Dimethyl Silylate | Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
Sunscreen is really good with safe ingredients but I’m guessing we need to apply lesser than usual to avoid looking like a ghost lol. Hoping that the small amount of this sunscreen that I use will protect the skin because otherwise it will leave a terrible white cast.
I have a sensitive skin and been looking for a mineral sunscreen for ages. So far only Badger Natural Mineral Sunscreen Cream, SPF 35 was effective. Having tried a couple of other Indian brand alternatives (which were ineffective) I found this product. Yes it does leave a while cast for the first 10 minutes post application but ALL mineral sunscreen do.
1. Doesn't need a reapplication for hours
2. Has both zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as active ingredients (this is rare)
3. SPF 50 is necessary for Indian summers, my skin remained calm despite being in afternoon sun
4. Consistency makes it easy to apply
After using the daily brightening sunscreen through the winters (loved it) I decided to try the new launch as it seemed more suitable for the summers. I do not regret my decision! The sunscreen has a silky texture, settles well into my skin, gives my skin a brightening effect ( I don't really need a foundation or compact after this) protect my skin for harmful UV rays and does not irritate my sensitive combo skin. Absolutely love.
. This sunscreen gives you terrible white cast and it’s really hard to blend I waited for a few minutes for it to absorb and the white cast was still there. And people with dry skin don’t even think about buying this
It is a strong mineral sunscreen, which is why there is a white cast. It only means that the zinc oxide is doing its job at protecting. Please do try blending it out with your foundation, it will definitely melt into your skin then.