Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Review : Innisfree Eco No Sebum Sunblock SPF 35 PA+++

Hallo everyone :)
Since i found out that sun block is so essential to our daily life, i suggest my self to buy some sun block, and this is one of them, Innisfree Eco No Sebum Sunblock SPF 35 PA +++.
Later, i will write more about SPF and Sun Block, but it can wait, i'm still busy doing something else :p


I chose Innisfree because they have paraben-free product and rarely (very rare) causing breakout. Some say innisfree is a kind of premium brand in Korea. Their products are more expensive than Skinfood or Etude House. I dont know the reality, but maybe it's true.


And dont you think they put a very catching name? No Sebum Sunblock! Will easily attracted people who need the matte finish and good oil control!



it contains of organic sunflower oil and green tea, parabens free, oil control and 100% mineral filter. I'm not sure what mineral filter means, had googling about it and only find another product. Later maybe.
I found a web page said it contains of fermented yeast, organic sun flower oil, organic Jeju green tea water, green complex. But they're not write all of them in front of product. Maybe in back side, the one i can't read.



Zoom!
forgot to say, it came in a quite large tube, 50ml size. For price range around 140,000 IDR - 160,000 IDR it's in middle price. Comparing to my biore uv face milk which came in 30ml bottle and usually sell from 125,000 IDR- 145,000 IDR, this innisfree is cheaper.



the back side, can't ready anything except 'oil control' :(



the insider.
Since it came with creamy texture, it was packaged in another simple tube.



Swatch to my hand!
this sunblock came in pink undertone i think, it's quite pinkish, especially compared to my hand.



blended
It's look unmatch with my skin, too white, but after 10-15 minutes, it went better. I usually use it with my maybelline dream matte compact powder (sand medium) to make it better again.


and i got this image from www.makeupflair.com

they said it can be use in face, neck, arm and legs. I only use it in my face, i use another product for my neck, arm and body.


Texture : Creamy, easy to blend especially after using toner and essence/serum
Effectiveness : 4/5, it help me get more protection under the sun, feels like i have my private guard in front of my face
Oil Control : 3/5, feel greasy about 1 hour (when i use innisfree no sebum mineral powder) but when i look in mirror, it's fine. Very greasy during the super hot day, but i understand.


Good Things about it :
easy to blend
SPF 35 PA+++
no breakouts!
parabens free
easy to find in online store
dries up easily, i dont need to wait 1 minute before it absorbed.
50 ml tube ~ which last me very long time
good oil control
can be work as make up primer if needed


Bad Things about it :
It's pink! sometimes it makes me looks like i'm wearing a mask :(


overall : 3.5/5
Repurchase : if they make the one with different colour, maybe i'll try it

thanks a lot for reading :) 

5 comments:

  1. Thank you for this review! I want to try this but now that I know it looks so white I think I'm going to stay away. :/ Sometimes the white cast stays on even though they seem to disappear a few minutes later.

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  2. it's even makes me looks like i'm wearing mask all the time. Foundation nor bb cream couldn't help a lot :(

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  3. ah.. gonna buy this product but affraid that will make my face greasy because my face is very oily T..T
    is it can used for skin which has acnes??

    jsyfl1113.blogspot.com

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  4. Mineral sunblock means its sunblock properties are, in example, Zinc oxide & Titanium dioxide. They are physical sunblocks that reflect UVB/A rays. This is why it goes on white & is hard to rub in. They are best for people with sensitive skin,
    Chemical sunblocks absorb into skin (Avobenzone, Oxybenzone etc). Most chemical sunblocks only cover a small spectrum of the spectrum, and therefore sunblocks with them contain MANY chemicals. Some of these chemicals only work for a very short period of time before breaking down (30min). They also dont usually cover the UVA spectrum well at all.
    heres some more info http://www.skinacea.com/sunscreen/physical-vs-chemical-sunscreen.html#.UX6hLLVQE7o

    In my experience, I break out and oil up badly with chemical sunblocks. Its awful. If I rub in physical/mineral sunblocks well I'm A-OK with oil, and I dont break out badly.

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  5. Hello I'm from VietNam ( I'm really bad at English TT_TT )
    I used it. I Think it quite good. :|

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