I wanted to compile a rather small list of the best Japanese SPF and Sunscreens that I’ve personally used and loved for many a fine year. I’ve used a lot of Japanese sunscreens over the years but three featured in this post are ones I come to back to again and again and again because I love how well they perform, how great they look and feel under makeup, and how fabulous the formula is.
Unfortunately, the US market hasn’t quite caught up to the Japanese one when it comes to creating lightweight, easy to absorb SPF formulas. I truly believe the Japanese excel at this which is one of the reason I purchase sunscreen products from Japan. They also happen to be affordable picks as well!
Let’s take a look!
Tarte Tarteguard Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 ($32) launched recently with the Tarte Summer 2015 Collection in two sizes (they have a smaller 0.4 oz for $12 should you want a purse friendly version).
Tarteguard is an appealing pick for those who want a non-chemical sunscreen to help protect skin! It’s the first time Tarte has launched an SPF product of any kind so that also makes it an exciting product.
Let’s take a peek!
As you know DHC Japan has teamed up with Disney and created a very cute Alice in Wonderland Collection! This DHC Alice in Wonderland Suncut Q10 50+ Aqua Gel is part of that collection.
I’m not a huge Suncut Q10 50+ Aqua Gel myself in all honesty but I couldn’t resist the Alice in Wonderland packaging!
When I run out of my typical Japanese gel SPF I turn to Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Cream For Face. When possible I try to order five tubes of Kanebo Allie Extra UV Gel Mineral Moist SPF 50 PA+++ so I won’t be without it. Recently, I got down to my last tube before reordering so I had to grab up my age old Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Cream For Face.
I’ll be honest, it’s HEAVY….! But it’s effective.