A summer must have Kiehl’s Super Fluid UV Mineral Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ . The formula is a very lightweight and has a light universal tint that helps even out my skin tone. I love that it provides such great protection for my skin and the tint means I can skip foundation which is great on hot summer days. I spent the last week camping and most of our days were spent swimming in the lake. I applied the Kiehl’s Super Fluid every morning and reapplied throughout the day. And not a single hint of sunburn on my face, which is pretty amazing for a very fair skinned person like myself spending 7 hours in the water in the sun.
You can see from the swatch below the slight hint of color, and how thin the texture is. It absorbed instantly and left my face feeling smooth and clean no oily or heavy feeling. And I really like that this uses a physical sunblock instead of some that are loaded with chemicals. I had a few friends try this over the weekend and they all were fans. Light enough to wear daily and strong enough to protect your skin all summer long. Don’t miss this one!
Dermatologist Solutions™ Super Fluid UV Mineral Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50+
100% Mineral-based sunscreen, safe enough for sensitive and acne prone skin.
Dermatologist Solutions™ Super Fluid UV Mineral Defense Titanium Dioxide Sunscreen SPF 50+, formulated with a 100% mineral based filter in a lightweight, gentle lotion that sensitive and acne-prone skin will find non-irritating and comfortable. This sheer sunscreen, lightly tinted to enhance the natural skin tone, delivers powerful UVA and UVB broad-spectrum protection that helps prevent sunburn and decreases the risk of skin cancer and premature skin aging caused by the sun (wrinkles, sagging, dark spots).* Infused with antioxidant-powered Vitamin E, this formula helps fight the effects of damaging free radicals.
Fragrance Free – Paraben Free – Chemical Filter Free Sensitive Skin Tested – Universal Tint
Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary sample for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.