[REVIEW] Rootree Mobitherapy UV Sun Shield SPF50+ PA++++

The Rootree Mobitherapy UV Sun Shield SPF50+ PA++++ is a moisturizing sunscreen that I found never made me dry. It’s actually moisturizing to the point that it can be considered greasy though. Instead of the product being absorbed, it leaves a film of a hydrating protective layer (in my case) that reminds me of a lighter facial oil. The problem with this type of sunscreen is that I can’t use this outside because I feel like it will be rubbed off with my mask. This also has a white cast, but it dissappears quickly as long as you are able to rub all the product in. The sunscreen can turn into little white clumps if not.

Key Ingredients:
1. Sudachi: vitamin c for skin immunity improvement
2. Niacinamide: skin whitening/ brightening
3. Titanium Dioxide: UVA/UVB block

My Opinioni:
The texture is nice where it’s not clumpy or chunky. This would have been the best kind of indoor sunscreen for me, if it weren’t for it stinging my eyes a few times. This also highlights textured skin, in my case peeling, after the 2nd or 3rd reapplication. Has a subtle floral fragrance that is pleasant imo. Definitely would not be for oily skin types imo. Unfortunately I wouldn’t get this. Would have loved this indoors for my very dry skin, if it weren’t for it stinging my eyes or the problem with reapplication.

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