Why is it that all sunscreen makes the skin so shiny? I've been using Neutrogena SPF 45 (BTW do higher numbers matter at all? Can anyone explain how that works?) Do they all make the sky glisten like that? I'm always on the lookout, trying to `repair` my skin if that's possible. I'm 26 and a year ago I started lining up somewhat decently under my eyes and it was a pretty rapid (and jarring) change. But our bodies are capabe of healing ourselves of some amazing things so I'm sure fine lines can be diminished without the use of surgery (heaven forbid).
Anyway, sunscreens make me glisten like Pinocchio, maybe there's one that won't do that. Tell me about it!
asked Mar 31 '11 at 02:07
Graham street 2
I have extremely oily skin and tend to layer a lot of products in the morning (primer, concealer, foundation). Right now I'm using Neutrogena's Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch SPF 55. So far, so good. It's matte and doesn't cause me to break out.
answered Apr 05 '11 at 06:44
I don't know the technical reason as to why sunscreens make people greasy besides that their ingredients just might not be compatible with your natural levels of oil! They're just plain greasy stuff! BUT, lots of people have used lots of different sunscreens and find that some are less greasy than others. Especially people over at alt.fashion, who are concerned with their sunscreen not being too greasy to use as a base for makeup. SO... here are some of the candidates for less greasiness...
BTW, I don't work for any of these sites, but I know that they are well trusted businesses. You can check google for their happy customers. ---
answered Mar 31 '11 at 02:26
I have used Peter Island Sunscreen Lotion SPF 60 ...I seem to like it not that greasy.. Well to talk about it's availability, you can get it from any Amway Representative as it is sold only by Amway Distributors..
answered Apr 13 '11 at 04:59
Dips A Ch
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