Sekkisui Perfect UV Milk
This product is made in Japan
RRP: 700yen + tax
I purchased this when I finally ran out my HG sunscreen milk from innisfree. It is actually better since it has SPF50 PA++++. However it does not dry matte like the one i am used to using. There is a slightly oily feel which is good for those with dry skin or perhaps in drier climates. Not only that, I can detect a slight scent (common in all the products in this range). Its not strong but just a note for those who might be sensitive. I used this for two weeks straight whilst on a trip in Sunny LA and I did not get more tanned. As a matter of fact, I might have gotten a bit fairer XD Not sure if i will be repurchasing this yet but for now, I will say its very much worth a try!
Summer is my least favourite season and i am always looking for a new way to combat the heat.
Clearly i am not alone as Tsubaki has released a summer limited set that promises to help.
Tsubaki Cool Head Spa Summer Limited Set
I find these very comparable to the usual Tsubaki shampoo (Extra Moist. The ones in red) but not as conditioning as the “Damage Care” (white bottles) range. However unlike the shampoos and conditioners in the usual Tsubaki lineup, these do not have silicones in them. So that could also be the reason. I’ve only been using this for a week so it might take some time for my hair to get used to it.
All that aside, the product does do what it promises. It leaves an amazingly lovely cooling sensation in my scalp and I must say I absolutely adore it. Especially after a round of hot yoga! I am really liking it XD So much so i have been looking forward to washing my hair each day LOL.
Its extremely cheap for a non silicone hair product and works as promised.
Do give this a go!