The Face Shop Natural Sun Eco Sunscreens range review

Tell you a secret… i love sunscreens.  And I definitely can’t live without them, just like...


Tell you a secret… i love sunscreens. 
And I definitely can’t live without them, just like how I mentioned it in my review on Neutrogena’s Sunscreen range. But today, let’s take a look at our lovely Korean brand, The Face Shop and their Natural Sun Eco Sunscreens range! 



Made to be sweat and water-resistant (so needed for Singapore’s weather), The Face Shop’s Natural Sun Eco Sunscreens range is lightweight and strong against the strong sunlight. Containing organic sunflower sprout extracts, it provides powerful antioxidants and strengthens our skin’s immune system. Also coupled with natural moisturising factor ingredients (NMF), it can help to prevent skin dryness and keep our skin moisturised. 

Previously I believe I’ve reviewed on TFS Natural Sun Eco Power Long-lasting Sun Cream SPF45 PA +++ before, and till now I am absolutely loving it. Because it’s a tinted sunscreen, it totally multi-tasked as a sunscreen and foundation. I usually skip the foundation step if I have my tinted sunscreen on, and if it’s looking too greasy, I’ll pat on some loose powder and I’m good to go. 

This summer, The Face Shop has a new addition to the Natural Sun Eco Sunscreens family! 


Introducing to you the new Natural Sun Eco Sebum Control Moisture Sun SPF 40 PA+++, it’s another sunscreen version that is for the oily skin which helps control excessive sebum. Known to be extremely lightweight and contains sebum controlling functions, it’s a good alternative for ladies who have slightly more oily T-zone. When blended out, the Sebum Control Moisture is almost non-noticeable.


Trying on Sebum Control Moisture: blends out well without leaving any streaks.


So what is your choice? Do you prefer the tinted sunscreen or the mattifying sunscreen? :)


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Celine

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