7 Great Alternatives To Liquid Sunscreen

by Hidayah Idris
LIFESTYLE  |  March 07, 2018
  • LANEIGE Marshmallow Sun Cushion SPF50+ PA+++, $36
    1 / 7 LANEIGE Marshmallow Sun Cushion SPF50+ PA+++, $36

    This cushion sunscreen will give you sun protection without you having to wait for the product to dry before putting on makeup.

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  • Sunplay Skin Aqua Sarafit UV Mist Floral, $9.90, Guardian
    2 / 7 Sunplay Skin Aqua Sarafit UV Mist Floral, $9.90, Guardian

    This spray formula is great for mid-day touch-ups or when you’re headed to the beach.

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  • Pixi Sun Mist, $38, Sephora
    3 / 7 Pixi Sun Mist, $38, Sephora

    This mist not only protects your skin from sun damage, but also contains chamomile and aloe extracts to soothe your skin.

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  • Supergoop! 100% Mineral Sunscreen Mist SPF 30, $49, Sephora
    4 / 7 Supergoop! 100% Mineral Sunscreen Mist SPF 30, $49, Sephora

    This non-aerosol mist is water-resistant, making it great for days that you want to go for a swim.

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  • Supergoop! Super Power Sunscreen Mousse SPF 50, $29, Sephora
    5 / 7 Supergoop! Super Power Sunscreen Mousse SPF 50, $29, Sephora

    Don’t fancy a spray-on or liquid formula? Try this mousse that’s packed with antioxidants.

    (Also Read: Lower Your Risk of Diabetes with Antioxidant Rich Foods)

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  • Aprilskin Magic Snow Sun Stick, $25, Guardian
    6 / 7 Aprilskin Magic Snow Sun Stick, $25, Guardian

    This sunscreen in a stick contains powder to give you a non-sticky or oily-looking finish. The best thing yet? It does not create a white cast after application.

    (Also Read: 9 Ways To Help Makeup Last Longer On Oily Skin)

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  • Shiseido UV Protective Stick Foundation
    7 / 7 Shiseido UV Protective Stick Foundation

    Conceal blemishes while protecting your skin from the harmful UV rays with this stick foundation infused with sun protection formula. It can also be used for touch-ups!

    A version of this story first appeared in CLEO. Offering an insider perspective on everything a twenty-something woman in Singapore wants or needs to know, CLEO Magazine is now available in both print and digital formats. Visit www.CLEO.com.sg to subscribe.

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