Sea Breeze UV Cut and Jelly SPF 25 PA++

SeaBreeze UV Cut and Jelly SPF 25 PA++

Remember when you were 14 and you thought Sea Breeze was the cure all for acne and removing dirt and oil? Admit it, how fun was it taking a cotton ball to your face that contained a splash of Sea Breeze? I could sit for hours and swipe my face just to see the gunk that would come off.

Best astringent ever!

It took me much later in my youth to realize all Sea Breeze really accomplished well was drying my skin out like the Sahara Desert but it was fun while it lasted.

Now I won’t touch the stuff no matter how great those cotton balls of gross looked!

But I’m game for Sea Breeze SPF!

Jump!

Sea Breeze UV Cut and Jelly is a low level SPF that recently launched in Japan. Although it’s geared towards teens we can all get on board with this for Winter use as it’s a lightweight gel which offers minimal sun protection for body and face use.

The fun part?

It comes in some very fun scents like Berry, Lemon, Soap, and Apple!

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Cutes right?

Available now from Imomoko.com

  • 9/7/11 15:39 JoElla:

    I want some!
    I just bought the boys some sea breeze for their little hormonal skin and yes I still use a swipe or two on my nose!

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  • 9/7/11 15:40 Cj:

    I feel really blonde right now. The only thing called “Sea Breeze” that I know of is a drink lol

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  • 9/7/11 16:21 Mariko:

    I was JUST looking at those! Did you read the description? I guess it is some sort of insect repellant, too!

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    • 9/7/11 16:23 the Muse:

      HA is it?! I didn’t know that LMAO!

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  • 9/8/11 8:14 Maria:

    Ummm…..I’m kind of ashamed to admit I still use SeaBreeze. ^_^ I don’t feel like it dries out my skin….but then again, I do live in the most horrible humid heat all year round so that may have something to do with it. Hehehehe! I was using the Clinique acne solutions one before (I use it as a preventive measure) but I needed a cheaper alternative and this was like twice the amount for $5 bucks. Still, I’ve only been using it for a few months so I’ll see if at some point it starts drying out my skin. Thanks Muse for the heads up!

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