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I have fair skin and i tend to get sun spots ( hyperpigmentation)so I look for products with high spf that won't clog my pores and worsen my acne prone skin. I read some very good reviews so I decided to try this product. I was not at all satisfied. It is heavy and doesn't absorb, it leaves you looking chalk-white. Plus it didnt protect me, I got the worst sun spots ever. I wouldnt recomend it.
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I alternate this with Jan Marini and use it when I need total protection, especially in the harsh glare of Summer sun. The price is reasonable (compared to $50 for Jan Marini!) and it doesn't feel sticky, doesn't make me break out and absorbs quickly and easily. It's a "natural" alternative (zinc) to chemical barriers and a great heavy-duty sun block without the heavy feel. Love it!
I am exceptionally fair, freckle and burn through car windows, and have combo/oily skin. This is not only the highest SPF I've been able to find, it is the ONLY one that hasn't made my face break out actually works. Just ordered my fifth (or sixth?) bottle . . . hope they never stop making it.
As a lupus patient, sunlight and/or any uv rays are a serious danger to my skin and overall health. Total Block allows me to go outside for short periods of time without exacerbating my facial rash from the sun, etc.
This is the only face sunblock that's actually worked for me. If I'm careful about reapplying, it lets absolutely no sun through. Yes, it does make your skin white but when you're as pale as I am it's not noticeable.
It works well, but does NOT dry clear. As another poster noted, it does make one look like a geisha.
The reviews were great, the SPF superb, so I couldn't wait to get it. However, now that I've used it, it just doesn't work on me. I applied sparingly on several different occasions, and it just leaves my face white. No matter how much I try to rub it in, I wind up looking like a Geisha. Just for the record, I have normal skin, and it's olive tone.
Like it but I seem to have some trouble applying makeup over it.
Well, OK, I think this is a great sunscreen, doesn't cause breakouts or sensitivity, but this is visible on my face hours after application. Great stuff, but not as a daily undermake-up sunscreen. Note - I have the untinted stuff - maybe I should try the tinted.
Sunscreens either look oily or break out my skin. This does neither! In fact, the tinted works so well and looks so good, I'm tempted to replace my (expensive) foundation with it. AND I never burn anymore!