Monday, 20 June 2016

Shiseido Expert Sun Protection Lotion SPF50+

As promised I'm here with a review of the Shiseido Expert Sun Protection Lotion SPF50+ (€37). I posted this on Instagram and hoped to get the review up sooner, but alas that didn't happen, but I'm here now! So, the sunny weather finally made an appearance and then quickly disappeared in Ireland, finding this in the postbox from Shiseido's PR was welcomed as I pray for more sun.

Shiseido's Wetforce Technology (€36) is what is the winning bonus with this sunscreen. The technology comes into play when the sunscreen is applied and then exposed to water for 15 mins or perspiration for 30mins! It's perfect for children, and anyone who is exposed to water or outdoors either through leisure or work. It applies easily but does leave a dry type feeling on the skin especially on the face so would be better for oilier skin types. There is a slight fragrance to it which is no stronger than the typical sunscreen smell, but but at least it didn't irritate either Lillibug's sensitive skin or mine.

One thing definitely to consider is the white cast this leaves behind on your skin, this does fade over time of wear but never completely leaves. If you are wearing makeup then you don't have to worry about the white cast. For me this is perfect for the beach and makes me less worried about Lillibug when she is playing in the water as she is as pale as me and I burn easily!

The WetForce technology has a UV scattering agent when in contact with water, while also maintaining its protection against UV rays. The technology changes its properties so that it interacts with soapy water making it easy for the sunscreen to wash off.

Shiseido started researching UV protection in 1915 and brought the first sunscreen to the Japanese market in 1923. In 2012 they created  SuperVeil-UV 360 a UV technology that gives high protection and the smoothest of applications which helps get the sunscreen on every part of your body.

It's an ideal sunscreen for the family to bring with them to the beach and the flip top bottle is just as handy. This isn't the cheapest of sunscreens but the WetForce technology really makes this a winner (just don't forget to reapply) and great for kids.

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*This post contains a PR sample

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