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What sunscreen do you guys use? Anonymous 12359

Anonymous 12360

None because I don't leave the house. Should I still be wearing some?

Anonymous 12365

>>12359
No need unless you sit close to a window all day and don't own blinds or curtains.

I use a Nivea face sunscreen, it's cheap and a good dupe for the popular Japanese sunscreens.

Anonymous 12368

>>12359
None because affordable ones have toxic shit and decent ones are really expensive. I'd rather leave the beach for winter and stay home in summer as much as I can.

Anonymous 12374

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I’ve been using this for several years now. All American chemical sunscreens make my skin sting. This one doesn’t irritate my skin or leave a white tint. It makes you a little shiny but it’s nothing that powder can’t fix.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06X9RYT9Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_194W96JAHB83VKPC44TT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Anonymous 12377

>>12365
Thanks, anon. I'll check it out.

Anonymous 12417

>>12374
I use this too! It might be because I put it on thickly like regular sunscreen, but even on my pale skin it has a pearly white tint. My favorite is anessa, I just can’t afford it anymore.

Anonymous 12424

I used to use the Biore watery essence but now I use the Skin Aqua Super Moisture. Both are great, but I prefer the Skin Aqua one.

Anonymous 16063

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Lately I've been really into trying different sunscreens. I really like the cetaphil sheer mineral face. The white cast isn't too harsh and it's not greasy. If anything it can be a bit drying on me, but I still really like it.

Anonymous 16698

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>>12359
pic rel. i also noticed its helped with my redness/seb derm skin issues
i'm trying to find a good stick version one that i can apply easily during the day. any recs?

Anonymous 16699

I recently bought Hado Labo's AM all-in-one SPF 50 moisturizer. I still have a few days' worth of my previous subscreen so I haven't used it yet. I'm a little worried about it being in a pot instead of a tube, but I'll just have to be careful.



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