Hi friends! I’m back from Canada and trying to settle back into my life and schedule and missing Tim Horton’s (and my friends… I guess) a little bit. In an effort to go back to a somewhat normal posting schedule, today I have a review for you guys to read!
The lovely folks over at Oz Naturals sent me some of their SPF 30 Tinted Sunscreen Moisturizer to try out. I used it every day for a week in order to get a good idea of what it was like before sharing it with everyone! Is everyone ready? Okay, let’s do this.
The first thing that struck me about this moisturizer when I first opened it was how dark it is in color. I found it to be a little intimidating and swatched some on my hand right away, only to find out that once I’d spread it out and blended it, you couldn’t tell it was there! (Well, my sister said she saw a difference, but maybe she has better eyesight.)
Excited to try it out, I wore it the next day to go to work. As a rule, I never wear moisturizer with no SPF in it during the day, since I live in Florida and spending time in the sun is inevitable. I was happy to see that the SPF is just high enough for my tastes that I feel like my skin is protected.
As far as the formula goes, it feels lovely on and it’s quite lightweight! It doesn’t make my face feel super oily after putting it on (and my skin tends to be pretty oily so this happens often) and it doesn’t feel super thick either. The smell is lovely and it reminds me of summer and beaches (not that I like either of those things, but you know).
When I first started applying it, I couldn’t see the tint at all, and it took a few tries to really notice how it depended on how much I applied. It’s not super pigmented and it works well on my super pale skin, but it’s just enough tint to give you a bit of a healthy glow!
I can 100% honestly say that I love this moisturizer, and I’m so happy Oz Naturals gave me the opportunity to try it out, because I wouldn’t have picked this up by myself. I’d definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a great tinted moisturizer! This post was powered by BrandBacker.