KAYA SKIN CLINIC SENSITIVE SKIN SUNSCREEN SPF 15 REVIEW
HELLO IMBB-ITES!!! 🙂
Today I am going to review the kaya sunscreen for sensitive skin. I picked this up from the kaya clinic when I had gone for my underarms laser treatment. I just happened to inquire about it & the skin practitioner out there was very insisting on me trying this out. I was in double mind because of the price. But, finally I picked this up.
This sunscreen comes in a very sophisticated white + transparent + silver bottle with a pump & a transparent cap. The cap is not very tight & often comes off when I would carry this in my bag. I have already lost the cap. But the sunscreen never spilled.
This sunscreen is a bit pricier comparatively at Rs. 750 for 50 ml. :shout:
This is available at all Kaya Skin Clinic outlets. But I have also seen this at Beauty Centre.
TEXTURE & FRAGRANCE:
The sunscreen is white in color & has a thick consistency. It is devoid of any fragrance, but if smelled hard….the fragrance is similar to that of cetaphil moisturising lotion.
This lightweight, non-greasy formula hydrates and protects the skin. It spreads easily leaving a matte finish on the face and gives sun protection. It is perfume free. Only those Sunscreen agents which are suitable to sensitive skin are added in the product.The products are hypoallergenic and it has been tested by dermatologist for its safety.
MY EXPERIENCE WITH THIS SUNSCREEN:
I had bought this in summers. The day I started using this, my face looked like an oil pan. So I discontinued it. I tried using this in rainy also but with the same effect. My skin felt so sticky that I had to wash my face within two hours itself. I also tried dabbing johnson’s baby powder after using this sunscreen but the effect was only temporary. This time my face look longer to get oily….but eventually it did after 3 hours. I have kept this aside for cooler months now…because I don’t have the heart to waste this one as sunscreen for hands & feet…because of the price. This didn’t break me out though. That is the only positive thing about this sunscreen. I think people with extra dry skin can go in for this. But with an spf of only 15…this will be inadequate in the winter & summer months….probably can use it when one is indoors.
1. Its fragrance free; so good for dry sensitive skin.
2. Is non-comedogenic.
3. Packaging is sophisticated.
1. Not suitable for oily sensitive skin. Makes skin very oily.
2. The cap is not fitted tightly. (I have already lost mine).
3. SPF is very low for Indian weather.
4. Little bit pricey.
5. Available only at Kaya Skin Clinic & Beauty Centre.
6. No small size available.
MY RATING FOR THIS:
2/5 (Plus two only because it didn’t break me out).
WILL I EVER BUY THIS AGAIN???
NAAAAAAAAAAAAAA………… :nonono: :nono: :nababana:
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