Affordable everyday sunscreen: Innisfree Daily Mild Sunscreen review


Bonus: this sunscreen has also been tested by a third party!

Author: Jenny Wu
Jenny Wu

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  1. √Člise says:

    despite the purito controversy, I still prefer browsing through Asian sunscreens as opposed to western ones. I don’t know why but I think Asian SPFs excite me more, especially because they usually contain more advance UV filters. of course, I’m not as deep in knowledge when it comes to sunscreens (and it’s only today thanks to your blog that I realised the whole PPD and Boots Star rating), but I’m glad to know this Innisfree one performs well, even though I myself prefer SPF50 than SPF30 just because. oh well, since I’m an indoor person 99.9% of the time, I’m definitely going to try this sunscreen next.

  2. Anne says:

    I agree, SPF 30 is great if you apply the right amount, stay indoors and reapply. It sounds really lovely and looks amazing on you!

    Anne from Doctor Anne

  3. Jennifer says:

    I really want to try Innisfree!

    Jennifer
    Curated By Jennifer