I’m not playing favorites when it comes to the sunscreen. I love to try any sunscreen as much as I want until I find the right one. Although I’m not sure whether I can and when I’ll find it, I wish I am. Today I would love to share with you my currently sunscreen I use and love, 3W Clinic Intensive UV Sunblock Cream SPF 50+ PA+++.
Since Korean skincare products that are hype enough and some people who envy Korean products that much, keep talking good about those products (because they really are), I am influenced by them and try to get any skincare products that are made from Korean. That is why I bought this sunscreen.
3W Clinic Intensive UV Sunblock Cream SPF 50+ PA+++
Where To Purchase : I got mine from Marshearbeauty
Price : I got this at RM12.90. Different online seller may be sell it on the different price but still affordable price range.
Brand : 3W Clinic
Made In : South Korea
Product Description : This soft cream type sunblock could be spread softly on face which then protects skin from sun and its moisturizing components provides water to the face keeping it moist. This SPF50+/PA+++ sunblock contains aloe extract which relieves skin irritation, protecting it from skin troubles while making the face healthy.
Good for : Normal, combination and dry skin type will be fine. But I don’t think same about oily skin type. You might want to go and find another sunscreens to try.
Key Ingredients :
- Aloe barbadensis leaf extract – soothing.
- Morus alba bark extract – antioxidants properties and calming signs of irritation.
- Red ginseng extract – antioxidant properties.
- Glycerin – Humectant
- Beeswax – emollient properties
UV Filters :
- UVA & UVB – titanium dioxide, zinc oxide
- UVA – diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate
- UVB – ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, ethylhexyl salicylate, ethylhexyl triazone, triethanolamine
Full Ingredients : water, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, glycerin, ethylhexyl salicylate, mineral oil, titanium dioxide, isoamyl methoxycinnamate, diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate, cetyl alcohol, zinc oxide, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate, polysorbate 60, beeswax, ethylhexyl triazone, peg-100 stearate, butylene glycol, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, morus alba bark extract, red ginseng extract, phenoxyethanol, betaine, demithicone, carbomer, triethanolamine, disodium edta, cl 19140, cl 15985, fragrance
Packaging : Grey plastic squeeze tube with black twist cap
Direction : After your basic skincare routine, take a moderate amount with your finger and apply it on the parts of body that are exposed to UV rays. Start from the center and spread it towards the outer corners of your face.
How I use this : I use this sunscreen after my moisturizer and before make up, if I need to put on makeup on the day. It also good as a makeup base. I using two fingers, apply one layer of the sunscreen, spread it on the face and neck, then let it dry. Then apply another layer on the top.
Fragrance : There’s a slightly smell when I applied on my face and neck but I’m not disturbed by it. The one good thing I can say is that after the product has dried down/rubbed in, the smell isn’t very strong anymore
Texture : 3W Clinic Intensive UV Sunblock Cream’s texture remind me of Aiken and Guardian sunscreen. It’s have a lotion type like Aiken sunscreen with a slightly yellow-ish color, almost like Guardian sunscreen. Although it has a lotion texture, this sunscreen absorb excellently as I can see. I only need wait a few seconds to a minute to it get absorb in my skin.
Whitecast : There’s no any whitecast when I apply this sunscreen on my skin.
Irritation : I don’t face any irritation signs during using this sunscreen on the skin.
Sting the eyes : It’s feel good when I applied this around my eyes and there also not sting my eyes when apply around the eyes. I’m not sure if you accidentally
Good Under Makeup : Absolutely yes. After some time wears makeup, there’s no
How long I have been using this : I got this on 9 August and use it every single day since then and almost hit the bottom.
What I like :
- Easily spreadable
- 70ml with 50+ PA+++ is good enough for me
- No whitecast
- The is not so strong, I still can endure it
- Make my skin looks dewy
What I don’t like :
- Although 70ml is good, I wish they will make it 100ml instead of 70ml
- Not available at drugstore, need to buy thru online
Overall rating and conclusion : 4.9/5. Since it’s doesn’t leave any irritation signs and whitecast, I really love it. But the only thing I hate is I need to purchase it thru online and wait for it in front of my door since I prefer to purchase any skincare products at drugstore. But I still can consider with it because my skin love it. I wish this 3W Clinic sunscreen will available on the drugstore, pray for it.
Will I repurchased : Yes.
Have you tried this 3W Clinic Intensive UV Sunblock Cream before?
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