#realtalk Whenever I pass by Watsons and browse around their aisles, I always spot Solstice Age Defense Sunscreen but choose to ignore it. For starters the pastel yellow tube didn’t speak out to me. Enough to purchase it. My bad. It’s good. Pretty good actually.
It was one fine forgetful moment when I visited my grandparents, and I LEFT MY SUNSCREENS. Admittedly I was feeling “why would I buy when I have a whole lotta products in my house” . Couldn’t live without UV protection. I leave and breathe in sunblock.
I was considering to get Biore but their sunscreens have been acting up on me giving me weird bumps and dry patches (and they sting my eyes). Then Solstice Age Defense Sunscreen caught my attention. It sort of stared at me. Whispering “try me… try me…”
and the price? 179PHP (WTF IT’S A STEAL!)
I checked out the back-panel for description and ingredients like I always do:
Beyond protection, this sunscreen redefines sunscare. Infused with hydrolized collagen, its light-weight innovative formula defends from UVA, UVB rays, and the ravages of aging.
It comes with a squeeze-tube with a pump dispenser underneath
I had to do 4 pumps to get the air out and dispense the product. I’m half-way my tube and now I’m struggling to squeeze more out. The regular squeeze tubes work for me best.
True to their claims, their sunscreen is: light, non-greasy, and leaves no whitecast
Solstice Age Defense Sunscreen has a wonderful silky texture that makes it comfortable to wear. It’s so light you’ll forget you have it on!
But wait, there’s more!
IT DOESN’T STING MY EYES. IT WON’T STING YOUR EYES!
Believe me, what bothers me with most sunscreen is that they’re not ophthalmologist-approved aka not eye-friendly. It doesn’t matter how high your SPF is if it makes my eye red and painful.
For 179 sunscreen with UVA, UVB, and SPF50 PA+++ protection that’s non-greasy, lightweight, and eye-friendly. It has become a favorite of mine and YES I recommend and will repurchase.