Neogen Day-Light Protection Airy Sunscreen SPF50 review


A Korean sunscreen made for the US market. Let’s see if this one passes the test.

Author: Jenny Wu
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  1. I think I’d pass this. I’ve tried their Day-Light Protection Sunscreen which is a combo sunscreen, but didn’t suit my skin type.

    • Jenny says:

      Ah I was actually curious about that one since it has better filters, but it looks like they discontinued it! They did remove the physical filters which imo is probably a huge plus for texture!

  2. Anne says:

    Doesn’t sound like one I would rush out to purchase.

    Anne from ‚ÄúDoctor Anne‚ÄĚ

  3. Lisa Autumn says:

    I looove Neogen! Thank you so much for the detailed review girl… so helpful! I would have never guessed to look into the UVA/UVB filters used x

    Lisa | lisaautumn.com

  4. √Člise says:

    Oh no…I was excited for this SPF until I saw the UV filters and how it contains fragrance and essential oils. Fragrance in my products isn’t my fave, though I’ve used and enjoyed sunscreens with fragrance in it (Biore, I’m looking at you) My skin can tolerate EOs in products if they are formulated well, but the biggest bummer is probably the weak filters. After experiencing next-gen filters from, say, Krave Beauty’s (now discontinued) SPF, I wish all skincare products use next-gen filters now haha

    These past few days I’ve been trying out many SPFs to curate a list, but unfortunately, I’ll have to skip on this one. Instead, I might try Innisfree’s one. Thanks for that dupe! :)