Today the lovely Louise is blogging for me..
been an avid reader of Corrie’s blog for years so when she agreed to let me be
a guest blogger I was thrilled; actually I think that might be
an understatement as I actually let out a little yelp of delight! As the
weather is finally getting warmer I though it was the perfect time to mention
these two SPF products from La Roche-Posay. If you read my blog then you
would know recently I was lucky enough to have a Liz Earle facial at their
Kings Road store. The only two questions the woman asked afterwards were
whether I exfoliated and did I wear an SPF? The first one I can say I have
covered but the final one not so much, especially in the cooler months it
is a step I always seem to skip as I have never found one that I totally agree
with. I know SPF is essential for your skin and finding a broad spectrum
product which contains UVA and UVB is paramount to protecting your skin
from both burning and ageing. I decided to find an SPF that agreed with my
sensitive skin and found these two little beauties!
Roche-Posay Anthelios 50+ Ultra Light Fluid
This is a
very light weight formula that is instantly absorbed into the skin and leaves
no white residue or tacky feeling. You only need to smallest amount and I have
absolutely loved using this in the mornings under my makeup. It does not affect
how bases sit on my skin and it does not break my ever so sensitive skin out. I
love that it is a high protection SPF and that I am protecting my skin from
both burning and ageing. An absolute winner in my opinion. You can purchase it
in Boots for £16.50 making it a much cheaper alternative to the much raved
about Kiehl’s product.
XL SPF 50 + Tinted Melt-In Cream
this before Yacht Week last year as I wanted a product that would even out my
tan (my face is always considerably paler than my body), keep me
protected on the boat and not need to be replied after ever spray of the sea.
This product was amazing and soon all the girls were borrowing it. It leaves
your skin with a lovely tanned glow which helped blur any imperfections whilst
keeping it feeling hydrated, very similar to a tinted moisturiser. I was also
impressed that although I was in and out of water I never burnt once, which is
pretty impressive for me! If you are looking for a holiday SPF then you
don’t need to look any further, however if you have very pale skin then it may
be a little too dark/orange for you! You can purchase this in Boots for £15.00.
have any other SPF recommendations then please let me know!