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Review: Purito Comfy Water Sun Block SPF50+ PA+++

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Purito Comfy Water Sunblock
Purito Comfy Water Sunblock

I’ve been testing out sunblocks. This is one of them. The Purito Comfy Water Sun Block. Read on! πŸ˜€

About Purito Comfy Water Sun Block:


I’ve been using Purito Comfy Water Sun Block on and off to see if I like it or not. The texture of the sunblock cream is very nice and pleasant. It feels gentle on the skin. Definitely a good choice for sensitive skin. I prefer sunblocks that are made for sensitive skin because I have issues finding a good sunblock that isn’t irritating or drying. And the majority of sunblocks I have used have been too irritating and drying (at the same time), which isn’t a good combo. This sunblock in particular wasn’t too drying. It didn’t drench my skin in moisture though. A little bit of moisture is better than none.

So this sunblock contains zinc, zinc-based sunblocks tend to leave a white cast on the face. This sunblock does leave a subtle white cast on the skin. Not too bad. I did quite a bit of research on it before purchasing it. I’m curious about how much zinc or protection it gives. πŸ€” Maybe not a lot because all of the zinc-based sunblocks I have used left a noticeable white cast on my face. In saying that, I do think some protection is better than nothing. I try my best to wear sunblock even though my skin doesn’t like it.

The good: Nice texture, consistency, gives the skin some moisture, and doesn’t irritate the skin compared to other sunblocks I have used. Also, it doesn’t feel thick and heavy on the skin. πŸ‘πŸ» The bad: Unsure about how much protection it gives. And a few other things I would like to mention…

It takes time for the sunblock to absorb into the skin. This is a negative when it comes to mornings when I don’t have time to let it fully absorb into the skin. You’re probably thinking, shouldn’t we wait for the product to fully absorb into the skin? The thing is, I’ve used several other sunblocks without having to wait for it to fully absorb but just enough without any issues. With that in mind, what happens when this sunblock doesn’t fully absorb into the skin is that it rubs off of the skin. Honestly, I’m on the fence about this sunblock. I like it, but I don’t like how it takes forever to absorb into the skin plus the pilling. Sometimes, on days when I have time to let the sunblock absorb, it still rolls off of my face, especially when I wear makeup. I’m going to use the rest of the sunblock to see if it works for me or not. Test it out a little more. I’ll give it some time and come back with another update.

To be continued… πŸ™‚

Reviews on Purito skincare & makeup:

Review: Purito Cica Clearing BB Cream

Review: Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil

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Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil
Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil

My review on Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing oil! πŸ™‚

About Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil:


I’ve been using Kose Softymo Speedy Cleansing Oil as part of my cleansing routine for a while now. This cleansing oil dispenses out like an oil (as it should be). It’s soft and smooth, but it’s not too rich or thick (like an oil). When I apply it to my skin, the oil feels lightweight and moves across my face effortlessly. It breaks down makeup very well (including mascara). With this cleansing oil, I simply rinse my face with water afterwards, and it leaves my skin feeling nice. But, I don’t just cleanse my skin with a cleansing oil. Knowing that I have breakout-prone skin, I use my regular face wash afterwards to clean off the oil (if there’s any). I have doubts and don’t want to take the risk, so I double cleanse just in case. Technically, I am using the cleansing oil as a pre-cleanse/makeup remover. And it’s been doing a very good job at that! I don’t need to use wipes afterwards at all. So far, I really like this cleansing oil. It’s inexpensive, and it works. My skin hasn’t had any negative reactions to it. My skin likes it. I gotta give it a thumbs up. Actually, 2 thumbs up. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» If you’re looking for a cleansing oil to try, start off with this one. 😊

Here are the ingredients:

Mineral oil, PEG-8 glyceryl isostearate, cetyl ethylhexanoate, cyclomethicone, water, jojoba oil, isostearic acid, glycerin, phenoxyethanol

It doesn’t have the most ‘natural’ ingredients (besides a few), but it’s inexpensive and works. My skin has improved. Not just from using this cleansing oil but my skin care routine overall.

Reviews on other cleansing oils/balms:

Review: Banila Co Clean it Zero 3-in-1 Cleansing Balm Original

Review: Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm

Review: Physician’s Formula The Perfect Matcha 3-in-1 Melting Cleansing Balm

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