Biore’ UV Aqua Rich Sunscreen Review
If you have been around here for a minute, then you should know that I’m an SPF girl. I’m definitely not one of those people that forget to wear sunscreen, because it’s the star of my morning skincare routine. Even if I would forget to apply some before leaving my apartment, I wouldn’t be without some for long. I keep a tube of sunscreen in my car, purse, and even on my desk at work. However, I don’t think I wiill ever have enough and I’m always down to try a new one.
I recently received Biore’ UV Suncreen and have been trying it for about a month now. So, I think it’s time to give my review of these Biore’ sunscreens. Keep reading for my thoughts.
First. a little back information about this sunscreen. The Biore’ UV Aqua Rich sunscreen was previously only available in Japan, but it finally came to the US last month. Apparently, it has cult following in Japan, which says a lot.
BIORÉ AQUA RICH UV is developed from Bioré Japan’s water-based sunscreens, iconic for their fresh textures and invisible clean protection. With SPF 30 UVA & UVB, this feather-light moisturiser with sunscreen spreads easily and absorbs instantly to hydrate and helps protect from UV rays.
What intrigues me about this sunscreen is that they hve hyaluronic acid, which is helps with your skin’s natural moisture. The Biore’ UV Aqua sunscreen comes in SPF 30 and SPF 50, but still have similar textures. The difference between SPF 30 and SPF 50 is that the latter provides a little more UV protection.
Since SPF 50 provides more protection, the texture is a little thicker. However, I will say that the Biore’ UV Aqua Rich SPF 50 may be one of the lightest SPF 50 sunscreens I’ve used, which is the strength I usually select. This version felt like a very lightweight moisturizer when applied – hence the name.
However, if you still prefer an even ligther texture, the SPF 30 almost feels like an essence. It easily melts into the skin, which also adds some hydration. Actually, the SPF 50 absorbs really well into the skin, but not as fast as the SPF 30.
I’ve been using these sunscreens for about a month and have 2 main takeaways. The first thing that I have to say is that this a sunscreen that doesn’t provide a white cast. Yes, it’s melanin-skin approved! Finally, both of the formulas lived up to the name, because they definitely made my skin look and feel moisturized. That also made them work great under my makeup and help my makeup look a little more glowy. Honestly, I think the UV Aqua Rich sunscreens may become my sunscreen for the cold winter months. Yes, it’s that hydrating!