Glossier Invisible Shield is the SPF that’s on everyone’s lips at the moment. Why? Because it has the potential to change the way you think about how you wear your sunscreen. Beauty editors far and wide are shouting the joys of this new formula but those of us that have used Japanese SPFs likely already experience some of with Glossier is offering in their new Invisible Shield formula.
Glossier Invisible Shield is a new SPF 35 that has a water gel consistency filled that instantly absorbs into skin without leaving behind a gross greasy film not to mention it has zero white cast. It’s formulated to prevent sun damage as well as skin cancer.
Sounds interesting? It is because it’s probably one of the first US brands to launch a lightweight gel SPF. For anyone who has ever tried Rohto Skin Aqua Moisture Gel SPF 27 it sounds like Glossier’s new Invisible Shield has pretty much the same texture and formulation that we love about Rohto’s formula but it’s way easier to come by stateside. And needless to say the stricter rules that Japan is enforcing on SPF shipments to the US might just make you want to make the switch.
I’m totally game to try this but I just wish it was a higher level of SPF so I don’t have to apply as often but I’ll take what I can get when it comes to lightweight sunscreens because let’s face it, there are so very few of them in the US.
Get it at www.glossier.com.