[Review] Biotherm LAIT SOLAIRE SPF 50 UVA/UVB Body Sunblock
I bought Biotherm Body Sunblock because Jae Kyung from KPop idol group Rainbow is using it. This Lait Solaire milk Sunblock is known for its signature refreshing citrus scent and is Paraben free.
This Lait Solaire is a new range inspired from their Lait Corporel sunblock. This sunblock provides more hydration than the previous one. It has a photostable broad-spectrum filter absorbing harmful UVA / UVB rays. The Lait Solaire SPF50 Sunblock also contains Vitamin E and Pure thermal plankton – which are main ingredients in Biotherm products.
It claims to suit sensitive to very sensitive skins at all degrees of exposure.
• Mexoryl ® SX, Parsol 1789
• Titanium dioxide
• Pure Thermal Plankton
• Vitamin E
Biotherm’s melting milk sunblock has a refreshing citrus scent. Fragrances found in skincare/cosmetics can cause irritation to sensitive skin and causes breakouts. I do not have any negative reaction but peeps with super sensitive skin might want to try the sample before buying.
The sunblock is easy to apply and has a white cast over skin. My black shirt got stained with the sunblock when it was partially dry. The formula felt sticky most of the time and can be uncomfortable under humid weather. Getting white stains on darker clothing is really a bummer. 😦