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Jun 29, 2009

Coppertone Oil Free SunScreen Lotion Review


If I'm honest with myself I'll admit that 30+ in an SPF is far too low. I'd rather sport 85 or more on my face but this hasn't prevented me from recently falling in love with Coppertone Oil Free SunScreen Lotion SPF 30.

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I randomly purchased Coppertone Oil Free SunScreen Lotion recently when trying to sort through inexpensive drugstore SPF's to review here on Musings. I actually put it in my cart and tossed it out several times as I wasn't interested in such a low SPF. However, it did finally make it's way home with me and I was pleasantly surprised how much I liked it.

The formula is a nice dreamy, creamy, quick absorbing, moisturizing SPF. I probably wouldn't recommend it for anyone with oily skin however if you have dry skin it's a god sent. Oily skin chicas beware even though it sports "oil free" in the name it still manages to feel a tad greasy upon first application. After it absorbs my face feels dewy and moist but not greasy or oily. SPF tends to make my face look like a mirror however my dry skin seems to like this alot and it absorbs easily without leaving behind a hot mess.






With a $6 price tag and such a nice formula I find that Coppertone Oil Free SunScreen Lotion might make a fine Winter SPF. Wish this had a higher SPF because I can easily see it as being my go to for Summer protection. Good stuff.

What's your favorite drugstore SPF?

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2 Comments:

OpenID wonderfulwortelworld said...

fave drugstore SPF? must be banana boat sun wear faces SPF30 for me!
the lotion is super light and absorbs real quick. silica is 2nd in the active ingredient list so the finish is super smooth!

too bad it's OoS everywhere in jakarta, indonesia.
now i have my bf to search for this in malaysia/singapore!

June 30, 2009 at 9:39 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hi wonderfulwortelworld :-D

Must give it a try :-D

dunno if we have it hear, I imagine we do as much of the BB line is sold in drugstores around here :D

I'm surprised you don't like an asian brand for your SPF needs as many asian companies make incredible SPFs and primers loaded with SPF!

June 30, 2009 at 11:18 AM  

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