Neutrogena Dry Touch Sunblock Review

So, Goa was happening to me mid November and as excited I was about getting a vacay for a couple of days, however the heat and humidity of Goa was particularly scaring me. Also, we were going to be outdoors all day as we were going for rider mania, so sun and bikes would be my constant companion. Well, that had to change and I needed another more reliable friend. 😉

So, i searched high and low, and zeroed on Neutrogena Dry Touch Sunblock. I liked the fact that it had SPF 50, I would have been more thrilled with 100 honestly. 😉 

 

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Payal’s Impression:- Like I said, I was looking for a higher SPF, but this one was strongly recommended by a couple of friends so I went ahead with it. And it said lightweight and creamy in texture which absorbs easily. When I tested it, my skin didn’t feel oily and greasy which was a big plus as I have a combination skin which gets oily in no time. It has a matt finish with a hint of shine which blended well in my skin. When I used it more liberally in Goa, I realised it is also non – sweaty which was a relief as the weather was killingly hot outdoors. Though I still tanned quite a bit as my skin is sensitive to extreme weather, yet I thankfully did not burn and my skin did not darken as much. Thanks to Neutrogena’s exclusive Helioplex technology, it is perfect for all skin types.

Packaging:- It comes in a sturdy, white and sky blue squeezy type bottle. It has a tiny nozzle which dispenses adequate amount of product. Perfect to take along on a trip without worrying about spilling and bursting.

Pricing:- It is priced at 499/- for ml which is totally worth it for the broad spectrum of protection it has to offer. 

Yay or Nay:- Definitely a Yay. It definitely is a great product and Neutrogena has done wonders with this one. I will definitely buy it again.

Until next time Stay Fab and Keep Scribbling!!! 🙂

 

 

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