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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Biore UV Perfect Face Milk - Review

The Biore sunscreen is just my holy grail sunscreen.  At SPF 50+, you can get the sun protection you need without being too heavy on your skin.

I've just finished my Biore UV Perfect Bright Milk and though I really loved that sunscreen, I bought a different variant since I wanted to try the others as well.

I ordered this at Beauty MNL and as expected I got the package the very next day after I made the payment.  This is one of the reasons why I loved buying from them.

It comes in a plastic bottle with a pointed tip.  There's I think a ball inside, you can shake the bottle and you get the satisfying feeling of the sound of the ball inside.  This is one of the 3 variant, the one with white pearl colored cap.  

No smell, no fragrance 
The consistency is watery and smooth.

When applied, this is very similar to the Bright Milk.  It applies really smoothly and there's no sticky residue or feeling after applying it.  I was expecting this to be a little heavier in feeling since this claimed to be water-resistant and perspiration resistant as well.  But this was as light as the Bright Milk.

This is a good makeup base as well, since it doesn't affect how you apply your makeup. It gives a minimal white cast though, but too minimal to notice.

Protect your face from the harsh and harmful UVA & UVB rays with this ultra light yet long-lasting SPF 50+/PA++++ UV block.  Perspiration & water resistant.  Suitable for daily use.  Contains Hyaluronic Acid to moisturise.
Duration of use2 weeks
Very smooth application, true to its claim of Ultra light weight texture.  Really love no sticky feeling and no fragrance.
Php 380
The ball inside turns into a con when the product is close to empty.  The ball blocks the remaining product from flowing into the pointed opening.
If asked Bright Milk vs UV Perfect Face Milk? - Bright Milk - just because I like that "brightening" effect on me although very subtle.
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