Monday, July 18, 2011

REVIEW: Tony Moly Ice Cool Sun Mist

Product Description:
Ice Cool Sun Mist SPF30 PA+++

This extra lightweight mist-type sun screen blocks UVA and UVB and instantly cools and refreshes the skin. Quick absorption formula can be easily applied to the whole body without leaving white streaks behind. Containing various botanical plant extracts, Lime Fruit extract and Green Tea extract, this spray type sunscreen further soothe, protect and relieve skin irritations on the body.

When used for the very first time, dispense the initial spray into the air. Shake well before use, hold it about 20cm away from skin and spray. Gently smear the remainder evenly on the skin.  Do not use on the face.


For external use only. Do not apply to areas of the skin where sores, Eczema or dermatitis occur. Do not swallow and avoid contact with eyes or on skin which is sensitive to bandages or pad cloth. Discontinue usage and consult a dermatologist if signs of skin irritation and/or rash appear. Keep out of reach to children and store product away from direct sun exposure. Do not spray on the same area for more than 3 seconds.

I first saw this on youtube from youtube guru and blogger CHAIGYARU.COM

and since it's a tony moly product i naturally was curious about it.
this is how it looks when applied closely
and after it dries, no sticky or greasy feeling whatsoevah!
and it smells great or in my case so long as it doesn't smell like coppertone or the immediate nivea sunscreen is great to me.  my oc-paranoia, i actually semi plug my nose and make sure my mouth is closed when i spray this on my face and i wrap my hair in a bandana before i spray it.  i have a scalp that will go oily with any excuse.
anyone who follows me on twitter might have caught me tweeting that i spritzed this product on my face before i headed off to the tony moly press launch the other day at mega mall.  yep, it means i spritzed myself with my makeup already on.  and well, no untoward slippage of bb cream and mineral foundation occurred.
it feels very lightweight and didn't feel oily even after a few hours with it on.  but since it's only spf 30 with PA of +++ respritzing is necessary about every 3-4 hours if you're out in the field or something.
  • the lightweight feel
  • the convenience of a spray
  • can be applied on top of makeup, let it set or after it dries apply a light coating of your mineral veil or whatever setting powder you use.
  • spf30 pa +++ ample protection if you're in the office or indoors
  • not chemically scented imho, doesn't smell like coppertone or like the swimming pool
  • cooling to the skin, i suggest to ditch the overly priced water spray for something not only cooling it protects you from the sun ;-)
  • didn't break me out or cause irritation
  • no stinging sensation around the eyes unlike what i do have with coppertone a long long time ago in galaxy far away.
  • the price, it's more expensive than its competitor, you know the pink one with Dara everywhere.
  • this bullet is mostly user issue, i'm oc-paranoid i'd inhale the mist so i plug my nose with tissue first LMAO and i don't want it going to my hair so i wrap my hair first before i spritz this on.  hahaha i'm crazy that way.
do i recommend? - of course! just be very careful, well, imho, be careful and avoid inhaling the mist, the thing is for your skin not for the insides of your nose, mouth, and hola eyes LMAO
will i repurchase? - if i had the habit of repurchasing, yes i would. 
what sunscreen have you been using lately?


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