Tuesday, 8 November 2016

SPF15 ORGANii Anti-Aging Facial Sun Cream - Review*



ORGANii’s mission is to offer the consumer good value products with high integrity. Our products are sourced from similarly minded, ethical manufacturers who share our passion for all things natural and organic. ORGANii products must meet selected criteria including; effective formulas, value for money, products suitable for the whole family while looking good in any bathroom. They also need to be certified natural and organic with conscientious packaging.

ORGANii Sun Milk protects your skin immediately upon application, reflecting UV rays like a mirror, by sitting on top of the skin and acting as a barrier to the sun, leaving behind no sticky residue. ORGANii 100% Mineral Sun Protection offers physical UV protection. It does not penetrate the skin as it sits on the surface of the skin to reflect UV rays. Contains Titanium Dioxide, natural plant oils to nourish and hydrate the skin and is effective immediately after application. Also, waterproof, fragrance-free, Paraben free, colourant free, dermatologically tested, Nickel tested and certified organic by ICEA.

Even though the weather here in England isn't as hot as it was during the Summer it's still a good idea to protect your skin from UV rays! This Organii Everyday Organics Sun Cream is perfect for facial protection, it has medium coverage of SPF 15 and is also anti-aging. It's said to be suitable for all skin types, especially fair and sensitive skin. I found the cream to feel very light once I had rubbed it into my skin, this ended up working well with my oily prone skin. A little goes a long way with this product and it doesn't take much working in for the cream to visibly disappear. It has a mild yet very pleasant smell which is great for a facial sun cream as you don't want anything too overpowering on your face! I also find the 50ml sized tube a great thing as it's small enough to just pop in your bag when you're out and about.


This product was sent to me to review, all views are my own.

*This article originally appeared on Aedition.

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