￼Has anyone tried Has anyone tried Mattescreen Sunscreen SPF 40 ? what are your thoughts?￼
Brooklyn, NY - il y a 6 mois
I think it's a fantastic spf and a great primer base for my makeup to sit on.
il y a 11 jours
yes, it's like a dry silicone primer, so how it goes on will depend on your skin. i have dry skin with some rough spots so it pills with my moisturizers underneath and clings to texture. from afar, it gives a little blurring effect and looks smooth. i think if you had really even hydrated and moisturized skin this would go on really nicely and have a blurring effect, but i prefer something more like a light moisturizer so my dry patches aren't emphasized. i don't get a white cast but it brings me down a shade because of the light beige tint, but once it gets absorbed it disappears. another reason i prefer mineral sunscreens in a lotion form is that it absorbs better into the skin and tends to disappear completely (at least with better formulations). supergoop's sheerscreen did this nicely, as well as saie sunvisor, dr dennis gross, and dr jart every sun day (definitely thicker and whiter at first bc it's spf 50, but dried matte). hope this helps!
il y a 20 jours
Is the tint on this noticeable? I’m looking for a new matte sunscreen but the tint on this makes me hesitant.
Does the Mattescreen have any scent? I can’t stand the silicone smell of Unseen.
Does your skincare matter with this? I saw it had a tint. I was wondering if it blended with every skin tone?
Has anyone with dry skin used this? I generally don’t look for matte products but this one has oils in it so I thought it *could* work for dry skin
What's your favorite facial sunscreen? I've been loving the Mattescreen Sunscreen SPF 40 and the Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40 PA+++, and am interested in finding more options that are also eco-friendly and makeup friendly too! Lemme know?!