Neogen Dermatology Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen Is the Best, New Korean SPF | Review

Neogen Dermatology Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen Is the Best, New Korean SPF | Review

In all my years as a magnificence author, I’ve solely hoarded one kind of product: sunscreen. If my mates are in want of absolutely anything else, they’re in luck — however, I’m rather less prepared to half with my solar safety. (Sorry, however not sorry in any respect.) Sunscreen is an important cornerstone of my daytime skin-care routine, so I’m fairly obsessive about attempting each SPF-laced product that comes my manner. My objective has at all times been to search out the most snug, fast-absorbing formulation that I will not thoughts reapplying all through the day. I’ve my favorites, however I’m not essentially loyal to any manufacturers — or so I assumed earlier than I attempted Neogen Dermatology’s new Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen

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If the identify sounds acquainted, it is as a result of the Airy is a successor of the unique Day-Light Protection Sunscreen, considered one of our favourite Korean sunscreens of all time that makes use of a mixture of chemical and mineral UV filters (octinoxate and zinc oxide, respectively) to guard your pores and skin. In comparability, Day-Light Protection Airy solely makes use of chemical filters (octocrylene, homosalate, and avobenzone), making it an ultra-lightweight possibility that dries all the way down to a completely colorless end. While each are wonderful choices which are armed with broad-spectrum SPF 50, I a lot want the newer iteration — which isn’t any shock given my often-declared penchant for chemical sunscreens.

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Neogen Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen

My pores and skin’s relationship with redness is much like that considered one of a rollercoaster — numerous ups and downs. On the days (and weeks) it appears to be experiencing extra redness than standard, soothing elements like açai, aloe, avocado, glycerin, and hibiscus cut back the look of mentioned redness. Cosmetic chemist Ginger King confirms that the system’s plentiful fruit extracts will help counteract any potential sensitivity it’s possible you’ll expertise with a chemical sunscreen.

I already talked about Day-Light Protection Airy dries down invisible, but it surely’s price calling out once more. While the system itself is white, it instantly breaks down right into a colorless serum that leaves your pores and skin wanting barely dewy however by no means greasy. “Airy” actually is the finest strategy to describe the ensuing sensation, and I could not be extra in love with how seamless and nonsticky the utility is. (King informs me that silica helps absorbs oil, which explains the semi-dewy, semi-matte end.) It feels extra like a light-weight lotion than it does an SPF — even with two-finger lengths’ price — and my pores and skin seems to be tremendous hydrated and wholesome carrying this alone. 

A video of me making use of and mixing Neogen Dermatology Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen in seconds.

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Because the end is so rattling light-weight, I had no points layering on my make-up after the truth — no dreaded pilling to be discovered. While I would not say it doubles as a primer, it positively creates a clean canvas to work your magic on. There is the faintest citrusy scent stemming from all of the fruit extracts (together with orange and lime peel oils), however I guarantee you it is barely noticeable.

I actually cannot discover a single fault with this SPF. So seize your self a tube of Neogen Dermatology’s Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen at,, or (ought to be restocked in the close to future) for $32 earlier than it sells out once more.

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