By the look on my outfit photos, you can probably tell that I am one of those pale girls who don’t get a gorgeous tan (rather gets sunburned). My summer beauty routine therefore includes creams with SPF for face and body. I’ve rounded up some of my season favourites in this beauty post for you…
Vichy Capital Soleil invisible hydrating mist SPF50 will protect and hydrate your skin. It’s broad spectrum filtering system with Mexoryl® – anti UVA-UVB to offer more protection and more beauty. I love it because it doesn’t become sticky, my skin feels like it’s breathing and feels refreshed. It does not contain alcohol, it’s paraben free, hypoallergenic and tested on sensitive skin under dermatological control.
For my face I’ve been loving Vichy Capital Soleil tinted velevety cream SPF50+ (UVA-UVB) which is actually a BB cream that enhances and illuminates your skin. It’s suitable for those with normal to dry sensitive skin and has very high protection thanks to a formula enriched with Mexoryl XL® which helps protect against sun damage, brown spots and sun induced premature skin ageing. Avaliable in only one natural shade that suits me nicely after some self tanning. For those with mixed or oily skin, Vichy offers a Capital Soleil BB tinted dry touch face fluid SPF50 as well.
Vichy’s Capital Soleil super foam for kids SPF50 is probably the funniest products out there. Fruity (a bit tropical) scent, juicy color (light peach) and extremly light, fluffy, creamy and easy-to-apply texture! It will help protect your skin against UVA-UVB radiation and it’s water resistant aswell. Perfect for kids and those who are young at heart! A great pick also a Lancaster Sun for Kids Invisible Mist Wet Skin SPF50.
La Roche Posay Antihelios XL SPF50+ (UVA-UVB) with Mexoplex and Mexoryl XL is another face product that I’ve been loving lately. It’s ultra-light non-greasy texture is suitable for normal to combination skin. You practicaly don’t feel it on your skin. It’s water resistant and non-comedogenic, the only downside is it’s scent – which is a bit weard (however it is luckily not that strong and it fades quickly).