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Yeah, it says private video.
It should be fixed now.
sry the first link doesnt work
I recently switched my moistuirzer to Aveeno Ultra-Calming Daily Moisturizer SPF 15. It contains 3% Avobenzone, 7.5% Octionoxate, and 2% Octisalate. I use this moisturizer cause of the fact it reduces redness. Test this one out, Dan?
I just want to thank you for the Olay Complete Sensitive Skin moisturizer/sunscreen recommendation. It is the first that didn’t make me look greasy within a couple of hours. I don’t need jojoba with it, as I’m not flaky in warm weather. I bought some last week & really like it!
Also…are you guys using a windscreen on your mic when you shoot outdoors? If you are…man, it must reaaalllly be windy out there!
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OH! You’re my new favorite blogger fyi
Dan, you should test out the neutrogea healthy defense moisturizer spf 30 untinted
I checked the Olay Complete SPF 15 for sensitive skin in the cosmetics database, and although it is SPF 15, it has a relatively high UVB exposure score; this happens with a lot of other sunscreens that claim to be broad spectrum, so I am just wondering, are you working on truly getting it broad spectrum, and how will the consumers know the stability and “exposure scores” of your SPF? It might be a good idea to petition to get your products on this site (cosmeticsdatabase.com), esp. your sunscreen since they do such extensive research on that. Thanks for all your hard work!
Hi Dan, It’s funny you should mention Avobenzone because I believe has the same effect on me and I tested this by staying in and not waering sunscreen and came to the conclusion that the suncrean I was using made me acne worse.
Here’s my question: I am currently on the regimen and started using Dr. Patricia Wexler’s (Avobenzone Free) Oil Free Hydrator 30 spf. It’s designed for acne-prone skin and I absolutely love it! It’s expensive but I’m so greatful that I’m willing to eat oodles of noodles for a while to afford it. Have you tried it? Please do! Many people of color like myself can’t use the oxide sunscreens because it makes us look ashy and dreadful. Olay sunscreens that I’ve gotten from dermatologists make me look so dull and dry, so I tend to stay clear of those. What do you say Dan?
Related to Michelle’s post above, have you put any consideration into which sunscreens are photostable (i.e. also include UVA protection — UVA rays travel through glass)? North American sunscreens are way behind European sunscreens in terms of including UVA protection. SPF measures protection from UVB radiation, and PPD can be used to rate UVA protection. Thanks for all your hard work on the site, and great run of videos for sun week!
Keys Solar Rx SPF30 does NOT contain Avobenzone. I’m sorry if I wasn’t very clear about that
I’m now on my 17th day on it and still no breakouts and no shine. It’s amazing!
The unique thing about Keys is their use of nano-sized zinc oxide instead of micron-sized zinc oxide. At this size, the particle is no longer opaque white but kinda transparent. It leaves no white cast on the face – even on my olive skin tone. (See bottom for Keys ingredients.)
Another good Avobenzone-free sunscreen that I used and which did not break me out was Devita Daily Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30. This one has 14% micronized zinc oxide. Despite the larger particle size (micro), this one did not leave a white cast on my face either. I used this product for about 4 days and it did not break me out in that period. I only stopped using it because my Keys sunscreen order arrived. (See bottom for Devita ingredients.)
I am really impressed that you take the time to answer our inquiries. I really hope you will soon find the final piece to your SPF puzzle. I will be among your first SPF customers for sure.
Go Dan and SPF team!!!
KEYS INGREDIENTS: 18.5% Nano Zinc oxide, Shea Butter, Avocado oil, carrot seed oil, black cumin oil, essential oil blend (Clary Sage and Blood Orange), purified water, Vegetable glycerin, Vegetable wax, rosemary extract.
DEVITA INGREDIENTS: Purified Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Capric/Caprylic Triglycerides (derived from coconut oil), Stearic Acid, Vegetable Glycerin, hyaluronic acid, Glyceryl Stearate (from vegetable oil), Soy Lecithin, 14% Micronized Zinc Oxide [> 100nm - un-coated], Vitamin E Acetate, Allantoin, Comfrey Root Extract, Grape Seed Extract.
I completely concur with Liz’s comments on Keys Solar Rx. It’s AMAZING!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE TRY IT.
I wish you would come out with a spf Skin moisturizer for oily skin soon i love your products
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