Price: $39 CAD
Amount: 60 ml
Strength: SPF 30
Zinc Oxide 10%
Titanium Dioxide 6%
APPLICATION: Easy to blend with no sign of pilling. I’ve seen suggestions on their website you don’t need to apply a lot to cover your face, which is the complete opposite of what I hear from dermatologists or skincare professionals…
FINISH: Glow up.
STINGS EYES? No.
WHITECAST? I do notice the tint slightly, but over all it seems to mask the whitecast.
WATER RESISTANT? No.
I haven’t been using it enough to see, but so far it’s performing well as a cosmetically elegant physical sunscreen that’s slightly moisturizing.
Not as difficult to blend in as the Ordinary UV Mineral Filters, but not as easy as the other sunscreens I’ve reviewed thus far. Overall I think it’s good since I’m simple with my base anyways.
WHERE TO BUY:
Riversol’s Official Website
Riversol SPF 30 Lightweight Broad Spectrum Sunscreen * is one of the better physical sunscreens I have come across so far. What I like is that the tube is filled with product, no empty space to be found once you receive it. If I can’t get a hold of Elta Md at an affordable price I will definitely go back to this one.
By the way, I just got an email saying that if you purchase Riversol SPF 30 Sunscreen from their official website, you will get free shipping! It’s like a sign to try it, no? 😛
Thanks for sticking with me this far! One more to go!