Biore UV Aqua Rich Whitening Watery Cream SPF 50+ Review & Swatches
I’ve turned quite a few of you on to the joys of Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery SPF 50+. I love that stuff. Totally my HG (holy grail) SPF of choice.
I recently purchased the new Biore UV Aqua Rich Whitening Watery Cream SPF 50+ on a whim to try out.
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Biore UV Aqua Rich Whitening Watery Cream SPF 50+ isn’t as great as the original Aqua Watery Mousse so I do recommend purchasing and trying that before indulging in this version.
This is a strong SPF 50+ PA+++ sunscreen with UV filters that include zinc oxide, octinoxate, and titanium dioxide.
I purchased it thinking it would act as a whitening base or even as a treatment for dark spots but actually it does neither. At first application skin does have a white cast but this dissipates as the product absorbs.
It has a thicker consistency than Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Mousse and more of a creamy-like base. It feels a bit on the greasy side at first application but absorbs easily enough. It leaves a bit of shine behind as well but again, this disappears quickly as the product dries down so you’re left with a soft, smooth, nicely hydrated finish which is long term due to hyaluronic acid in the formula. The product has a citrus scent which I find pleasant and subtle enough that it goes away after application.
As with any Japanese SPF it proves far more easier to apply, blend out, and use under makeup than ANYTHING else you’d find on the US market.
I liked it well enough however, I do think Watery Mousse has a far superior formula as it seems to absorb quicker and leaves behind a lot less shine at first application.
Facts is facts though the formula is an excellent SPF all around and protects skin with a solid SPF 50 in a formula so lightweight that you won’t even realize you have SPF on at all.
I purchased mine at on E-bay from AlpaBeautyUK for fairly close to Japanese retail sans any drugstore discounts.
Lover of the Watery Mousse?
Tried this version?
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