It comes in 5 variants - SPF 6, SPF 15, SPF 30, SPF 50 and an After Sun lotion. For me, SPF 6 & 15 are pretty useless. May be if you're in Scotland or Norway, this might work out for you. For London SPF 15 might work. I tried the SPF 30 & 50.
To begin with, its comes in a no nonsense packaging with a plastic bottle and nozzle & pump atop. The consistency of the lotion isn't too liquid-y and not too creamy, its a pretty thick lotion. However it blends well and easily onto the skin. Its white and has no fragrance. For one pump a tiny amount gets dispensed (refer below pic) and about 2 pumps are needed for full face & neck. I've carried it around in my bag and it hasn't spilt at all. I personally hate it wierd green colored pack, but that's just me and has nothing to do with the quality.
One of the primary ingredient in this is Iridixina S which I don't know anything about. Another primary ingredient is Carrot Fresh Cells. I was immediately reminded of Carrot Sunscreen by Biotique. Carrot has a certain level of sun protection factor and with it as one of the ingredient it works out. My skin is super sensitive and I didn't have any breakout after using this. It also claims to be paraben free and is made in Italy.
I've been wearing it and roaming around in the super hot climate of Chennai, sharp when the clock strikes noon, in my bike and even in that, my skin hasn't darkened. That's actually something. I mean, at this heat, when the sun is merciless, no matter how good a sunscreen is, most actually give up. Usually I have a line where my sleeve ends and exposed skin begin, even after wearing sun screen. So far, that line hasn't come up yet!!!!
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