Tuesday, 28 June 2016

* Frezyderm has got me covered (literally!)

Sunscreen is important all year round but now that it's sunnier and I spend more time outdoors so I'm super happy to try out this sunscreen range by Frezyderm, let me show you!

Frezyderm is a Greek cosmetics company which has a range of skincare products which are sold via pharmacies and therefore are manufactured to provide high quality, safe and effective dermatological products.
Today I want to showcase some sun care products which I've been using recently and are a great option for summer!
I'm going to start with my favourite product, this is an amazingly fine spray which protects you against UVA and UVB rays. This is available in SPF30+ and SPF50+
It's basically invisible which is great because other high protection sunscreens are quite thick and leave a white cast but this one doesn't. It isn't creamy either like others I've tried. I also love that it's water resistant which is important if you use this at the beach.

The thing I love the most is that it's for face and body and you can use it as a mist over your makeup. It tastes a little funny if you get it on your lips but I love that I can apply it over my makeup!
We often forget to protect our lips, even though they're very delicate! Other lip balms with sun screen I've tried have always had SPF15 but this one is an impressive SPF50+
It's a salmony-coloured pink cream which smells of almonds or something like that and you can apply it under your lipstick or by itself. It has a glossy finish.
I was very intrigued by this product, because it's like a primer with high sunscreen. It absorbs quickly and leaves a velvet finish to the skin due to the silicones. It acts like a primer because it gives you a matte finish absorbing oils and even softens the appearance of wrinkles!

I have to say that I was impressed that it could do so much, acting as a great primer for makeup and also protecting your skin! I was a little worried about the silicones but they say they're new generation and allow the skin to breathe and it doesn't have an oily texture so you shouldn't get breakouts.
I haven't had the chance to try this yet though, as it's SPF30+ and I'd rather use a higher protection now in summer.

What sunscreens are you using at the moment?

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