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Back with a review of the most important product in our kits i.e. a sunscreen. I am reviewing an All Natural Sunscreen: Kama Ayurveda Natural Sun Protection.I give a lot of importance to sunscreens, and cant stay a day without it. Protecting my skin is my first priority and this is so needed in terms of doing that.
Basic info on All Natural Sunscreen: Kama Ayurveda Natural Sun
Rs 1350 for 60g.
A light formula containing natural-origin, UV protection minerals such as Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Dioxide, which reflect the sun rays back from exposed skin. Natural Glycerin and Olive Oil condition skin without making it greasy. Nourishing Shea Butter soothes irritation, repairs sunspots and other signs of sun damage. Pure essential oils of Nutmeg, Ginger, and Lime leave the skin lightly and freshly scented.
- 3% Natural
- Broad Spectrum SPF 21 & PA++ Sun Protection
- Non-Nano Formulation prevents skin penetration for safe,
- Safe for Children above 3 years of age
- Gentle, Non-Comedogenic formula suited to sensitive & oily skin
- Suited for
every dayuse on Face and Body
A gentle, citrus-fragranced and light textured formulation for both face and body. This has a slight white cast that disappears completely within the first 3-5 minutes of application, without excessive greasiness.
Aqua, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (and) Titanium Dioxide (and) Polyhydroxystearic Acid (and) Aluminium Stearate (and) Alumina, Zinc Oxide (Uncoated), Isoamyl Laurate, Isoamyl Cocoate, Glycerine, Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, C14-22 Alcohols (and) C12-20 Alkyl Glucoside, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Caprylate, Parfum, Cera Alba, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Xanthan Gum.
How to use:
Shake well before use. Take an appropriate amount onto your palm and blend into all exposed areas until well absorbed. Use as the last step in skin care routine. Apply liberally 20 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply every 2 hours.
My experience with All Natural Sunscreen: Kama Ayurveda Natural Sun Protection
Kama Ayurveda sunscreen is a natural sun protectant claimed by the company containing 99.3% of the natural content. The amount of SPF may seem less but for the Indian climate and sun exposure, it’s just perfect to use. It not about high SPF but about the correct amount in the product.
This sun protectant is gentle non-chemical daily-use sunscreen blended with nutmeg that has anti-inflammatory properties that provide full-spectrum sun protection and a boost of hydration to keep skin healthy and even-toned. As claimed by the company it is not suitable for acne-prone skin but suits all other types.
I apply a layer of moisturizer and then the sunscreen in a tap motion. We should always dab and not rub the sunscreen; it should be layered in terms of protecting the skin. It forms a white cast after application but disappears after some time. It should be applied 15 minutes before sun exposure.
The sunscreen comes in a yellow black tube, perfect to be carried around in a bag. The product contains Zinc Oxide, which is a natural occurring mineral and one of the safest skin-protecting ingredients against the harmful effects of ultraviolet (UV) rays. It filters out both UVA and UVB rays, thus forming a shield that keeps UV radiation from penetrating the skin and causing cell damage. With Anti-microbial properties, Non-Nano Zinc Oxide is non-toxic, non-comedogenic and is one of the few sun care ingredients that are safe to use.
The consistency of the product is perfect to apply and blends into the skin very well. It leaves the skin lightly refreshingly scented because of the content of natural ingredients.
The overall performance of All Natural Sunscreen: Kama Ayurveda Natural Sun Protection
- Prevents sunburn & tan
- Prevents skin damage
- Light consistency
- Quick absorption
- Spreads well
- Pleasant fragrance
Would I recommend?
I will surely recommend to everyone except the acne prone skin. I have been using from a few days and it feels good. I love the refreshing fragrance and will you.
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