Review: Exuviance Sheer Daily Protector SPF 50

I'll say it again and again, because it's true, sun damage is the leading cause of aging. Of course that means avoiding the sun and when going outside wearing sunscreen. The problem is that a lot of sunscreens tend to be heavy, oily and clog the pores. So when I was given the chance to try out the Exuviance Sheer Daily Protector of course I was interested. I've previously tried out a few of there other products from intensive eye treatment pads to non acid peels and liked all of them so I had high hopes for this sun screen. 

Alright so this beauty product comes in a white cardboard box with a green band and a mostly silver front, as well as black font that tells a little more about the product. It's made to enhance the natural skin tone, has multiple antioxidants, and green tea extract, in addition to of course protecting your skin. The two active ingredients are titanium dioxide at 7% and Zinc Oxide at 6% both to make this a sunscreen. Inside the box is the sunscreen bottle. It's a white plastic with information repeated from the box, in a blue green font. The bottle has a twist off lid and a very narrow dispenser To use this product, Shake vigorously for at least 15 seconds before each use to ensure uniform product consistency. Apply liberally to face, neck and other exposed areas, 15 minutes before sun exposure. Use a water resistant sunscreen if swimming or sweating and reapply at least every 2 hours.

Verdict: I love the small dispenser that this sunscreen has making it perfect for facial application. The sunscreen is actually more liquid than I expected, and although I wasn't sure about that at first I liked but it does make application easier. I do love though that this Exuviance Sheer Daily Protector is tinted and if you're like me can replace your bb cream. It moisturizes my skin and makes it feel soft as well as look more vibrant. I can see myself wearing this SPF 50 Sunscreen as a daily part of my routine. 

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