Saturday, May 9, 2015

Sun Si'belle Broad Spectrum SPF30 Sunscreen,Tinted


Light and non-greasy
Moisturizes and hydrates all day long
Defends skin with mineral SPF 30
Contains antioxidants and age defying ingredients, Hyaluronic acid & CoQ10
Tinted, leaves no white cast
Oxybenzone-free, Toxin-free, Gluten-free, NANO particles free, Paraben-free
EWG Safety Rating 2

Natural and Organic ingredients
Exposure to ultraviolet light, UVA or UVB, from sunlight accounts for 90% of the symptoms of premature skin aging including wrinkles.  It is important not to strip or dry skin but to gently exfoliate and remove impurities, excess oil and dead skin cells.  Skin must be hydrated and toned to bring back balance and radiance. That's where our new totally natural Sun*Si'Belle moisturizing sunscreen comes in. Non-greasy, non-whitening, light tinted formula provides chemical-free mineral UVA (aging) and UVB (burning) Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30, which protects skin from harmful sun rays and prevents sun damage and pigmentation.  Fruit extracts of Pineapple and Papaya provide mild exfoliation to shed dead skin cells and keep your skin fresh with rosy glow.  Sea Kelp provides hydration to your skin all day long.  Ellagic acid, an antioxidant found in raspberries and cranberries, protects against ultraviolet damage by blocking production of matrix metalloproteinase enzymes that break down collagen.  Highly nutritive Tomato is a rich source of Antioxidants like Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Lycopene, Omega 3,6,9, Copper, Iron, Manganese and Zinc, are essential for treatment and prevention of cutaneous signs of aging, and for reducing UV damage to the skin.


Before trying this sunscreen, I had never heard of a tinted sunscreen. I couldn’t imagine that a tinted sunscreen could work for every skin tone, but I really think that this does/will.

When I first squeezed some out to try it, it had a tone to it that was a bit darker than my natural skin tone, which is fairly light, and just plain pale when it comes to my legs. I tried it on my arms and it blended in perfectly. I couldn’t tell I had sunscreen on. I then tried the true test, and tried it on my white legs and found it to also blend in perfectly. I was pretty impressed. It really looked natural and blended in amazingly. I couldn’t imagine that it would have blended in so well, but it did.

It seems to me that the idea behind the tint is to avoid the white mask you get from every other sunscreen that contains active ingredients titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. These ingredients do work to block sun rays, but they can cause a white glow in photos. This particular sunscree by Sun Si’belle Broad Spectrum SPF30 Sunscreen doesn’t seem to cause any of those white mask looks in photos that the other sunscreens do. I think the tint is excellent in that you can actually get a good photo while wearing sunscreen.

The sunscreen had a nice cooling sensation when applying it, and that was nice in these hot days we’ve been having lately. The sunscreen also had a slight medicinal type sent to it that I didn’t mind too much, but if I had a preference, I’d probably go without. I just wanted to mention it since some people are sensitive to scents.

This sunscreen wasn’t super thick and greasy, but it did have a nice consistence and wasn’t too greasy as compared to most sunscreens that I come across. It wasn’t quite as heavy feeling as most sunscreens I try are which I liked. I also liked that this sunscreen kept my skin feeling moisturized without feeling oily or greasy. This sunscreen does contain hyaluronic acid, vitamin e and other great moisturizing ingredients.
I can definitely recommend Sun Si’belle Broad Spectrum SPF30 Sunscreen as a broad spectrum sunscreen that isn’t too heavy or greasy and is actually nice and moisturizing.
You can find Sun Si’belle Broad Spectrum SPF30 Sunscreen on
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