Have you ever tried the dry oil as sunscreen? There are different types today: The extra dry that absorbs in an instant and it seems that you have never sprayed it, to a bit more consistent and very moisturizing texture as Uriage Bariésun (Uriage in Italy is sold in pharmacies). I tried it for a few days at sea.
|This stick, slightly colored, can be put on moles and scars|
Having a very clear and delicate skin, the SPF that I can use range from 30+ to 50+. I love this oil because it has a good consistency between the fingers, a few drops cover a large area and spread well. It is easily absorbed. It's specially suited to those who, like me, have dry and sensitive skin.
|From left, the oil (applied but not rubbed) and the cream in stick|
The oil has UVA and UVB filters, does not contain octocrylene (the active ingredient responsible for many allergies), alcohol and parabens. The base is the thermal water of Uriage, in France, with soothing and antioxidant powers. Sunscreens are minimized and resistant to sweat and water.
The oils are good for the body, face and even hair. When I went to the sea, I made the mistake of not protecting my head with Bariésun because I never stayed long in the sun. At the end my hair was dry and discolored... Next time I will not forget... :)