SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30: Outstanding Non-greasy Suncream

Thursday, 5 March 2015

SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30: Outstanding Non-greasy Suncream

Best sunscrean SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30
SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30 day cream: outstanding
sun cream which leave no residue, non-greasy and creates
a perfect canvas for make-up
I am an infrequent retinol cream user, therefore, protecting my skin from the sun is of utmost importance to me. The only problem is that I had to find a product that had high SPF, but, also, did not leave my face all shiny or turned me into a porcelain doll, which happens with most of the other sun creams with high SPF.

Thank God, SkinPep sent me a lot of samples of almost every product that they have in their range. They are a great brand, but SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30 mineral sunscreen moisture boost day cream left the best impression. I have been looking for a product like this for a long time and I have been using sun creams with high SPF that I absolutely hate, simply due to having bad luck and not coming across anything else similar to the mentioned product. I only have a small sample of 7ml, so it won't last me very long, but I am definitely buying this sunscreen day cream again very soon.

So, what exactly do I love about SkinPEP SPF 30 sun cream?
Non-greasy formula SkinPEP Hydra-Sun Defence SPF 30 day cream
Non-greasy formula leaves skin tone with no cast
  • It has high sun protection, i.e., SPF 30.
  • It protects skin from the full spectrum of rays.
  • It feels absolutely wonderful on skin - non-greasy, makes skin look glowing and flawless.
  • SkinPep Hydra-Sun Defence creates a perfect canvas for any make-up, which is not the case with most of the other sun creams with high protection.
  • It's not just a sun cream, it's a moisture boost day cream which leaves skin tone with no white cast.
  • Paraben free, alcohol free, perfume free, hypo-allergenic.
Cons: none.

Price: £5.99 for a 7ml tube, £34.99 for a 70ml tube.

I would love if they had the same one with SPF 50 for those super hot days that we occasionally get even here in London (hint hint...).


Are you a regular user of sun creams? Which SPF and which brand sun protection do you use? What qualities in a sunscreen are important to you?
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