Soap & Glory Sunshield Superfluid SPF 50+

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Soap & Glory Sunshield Superfluid SPF 50+

Now that it is finally getting sunnier outside it is time to think about adding some extra sun protection to our skincare routines. The benefits are obvious these days: protection against skin cancer, pigmentation, premature aging - to me SPF is non-negotiable, I wear it every day!

The Soap & Glory Sunshield Superfluid is a really easy SPF to wear: no white cast, oily skin or makeup sliding off. It's a very lightweight, creamy fluid that sinks into the skin immediately. It  contains micro oil-absorbing powders which help mattify and even out blotchy skin, it is a great base for makeup! You need to give it a good shake and then apply it after your regular moisturiser on your face, neck and back of your hands (people forget about this one but the skin on your hands is very delicate and it's where you really see signs of aging!!). And most importantly: it offers high (SPF 50+) UVA and UVB protection!

The Sunshield Superfluid has a slight yellow tint and a liquid consistency

I can highly recommend this product - it's not so much a thick moisturiser, like the traditional SPF creams, but more of a watery primer and it did not break me out. It is, as promised on the bottle, super lightweight, translucent and imperceptible on the skin. It does have a slight scent to it, so if you are sensitive to scented products maybe give it a sniff in the shop first if you can (I don't find it too strong and it fades after a little while).

If you are in the market for a good quality facial SPF this is one to check out!

Soap & Glory Sunshield Superfluid SPF 50+ is normally around €15 in Boots.

**I got mine for a good bit less on sale in store (1/3 off) but I also just bought 2 bottles online because the online price is €2.99!!!!! Not sure if this is a mistake by Boots but the sale went through at this price... I'll update this page again once I receive my delivery.**

Do you use a special facial SPF? Which one is your favourite?

A. xx

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