Biore UV Watery Essence

A press kit like this definitely captured my attention.

Biore UV Watery Essence launched on 12th March 2013!

What’s so special about this Biore Sunscreen is that it not only has high sun protection factor, but it is only very lightweight & comes in an essence form!

Are you a sun lover? Or do you avoid the UV rays at all cost but hate those sunblocks that feel so heavy & greasy?

Biore UV Watery Essence is my new favorite!! Read on to find out why! 😉

Biore UV Watery Essence contains SPF50+/PA+++ offering ultimate protection against the harmful, aging UVA & burning UVB and hydrates & softens (Hyaluronic acid & Citrus extract) the skin at the same time.

This comes at the perfect time as Singapore regains its powerful-hot weather! I have oily but dehydrated skin & I really dislike how some sunblocks make my face looks like a piece of juicy bacon! They also made me feel that I have different layers of skincare & makeup on!

Biore UV Watery Essence really surprised me! This gel-cream like texture turned into water and melted into the skin almost instantly!

Because of this ability, I felt that it feels more like an essence that I use after my toner in my skincare regime! The hydration it provides is sufficient and upon full absorption, the skin feels smooth & matte. I did not feel any greasiness or stickiness even hours later.

The light yellowish-white gel-cream leaves no white overcast at all! This is one big plus point! If you don’t like tinted or whitish sunblocks, this is for you!

No more excuses to skip your sun protection tools!

Biore UV Watery Essence retails at $18.90 at selected supermarkets and pharmacies.

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