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Review: Sunplay Skin Aqua UV Moisture Milk SPF50

Introducing the new addition to my daily skincare regime! I know how important it is to protect the skin from harmful UV rays but I tend to overlook this due to various reasons such as greasiness/breakouts from sunblocks. Now that I have Sunplay Skin Aqua UV Moisture Milk, which is ultra light with watery liquid texture, I intend to use this daily to give my skin the protection it needs!
So what's the difference between this and other sun protection products in the market?
Skin Aqua has a revolutionary formula with 3 comprehensive levels of defense known as Solarex-3. It is said to provide:
(1) Long-lasting, superior UV protection: Advanced photo-stability with the highest UVA & UVB protection for long periods of safe sun exposure.

(2) UV anti-aging protection:  Two powerful anti-aging ingredients, RonaCare Exotin and French Golden Algae, which help to prevent pigmentation and wrinkles from surface to deep within.

(3) Intense hydration (Dryness protection): Hyaluronic Acid, Collagen & Vitamin E intensely hydrate and lock-in moisture for long hours, so skin stays refreshingly moist.
Skin Aqua UV Moisture Milk comes in a handy size of 42g, suitable to be used on both the face and body. The bottle comes with a screw cap with small opening which allows you to have more control over the amount of product you need.

Personally, I used this for my face only as not all products are suitable for my combination skin. I love how lightweight the texture is, makes it feel like I'm applying moisturizer and allowing fast absorption without leaving a white cast. The feeling of a matte finish without any greasiness is a huge plus for me! No more shiny tzones! :)

Like most sun protection products, it is best to reapply after a couple of hours if you're out in the sun for extended period of time. So when I re-applied this for the second time, I'm surprised that it doesn't appear to be sticky! In addition to that, my skin appears hydrated, thanks to the hyaluronic acid, collagen & vitamin E which kept the moisture in. Did I mention that it is fragrance, colour, alcohol and oil free? This means that it is suitable for all skin types!

After using it for a couple of days, I'm happy to say that this didn't give me any breakouts and did leave my skin feeling smooth and hydrated! Moreover, the bottle is small, lightweight, easy to carry around and reapply whenever I think my skin needs more protection from the harmful UV rays. I would definitely recommend this if you have trouble locating a suitable sunblock. Do give this a try, you might get hooked on it like I did ;)

The SUNPLAY Skin Aqua range is available at Watsons, Guardian, Sasa, Unity and other major department stores.

For more information on Sunplay products, do drop by their Facebook page! They're having a giveaway at the moment too, do join! ;)


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