This is going to be a very quick review because I realize that after using another sunblock (not the one I previously posted about), this one really sucks compared to it.
So, yeah. Thought I’d just let everyone know about it.
Previously, I mentioned in my first sunblock review what SPF is all about and how important it is for sunblock products. Some small exchange of opposing ideas about it, too, in the comments section. In the end I guess we all have different understandings of what it is. However, it’s important to always have some kind of sun protection regardless of the SPF value when you’re under the sun.. unless you can bear the sunburn. 😛
As I go along with finding out more about these products since I plan on hopping from one brand to another.. I learn new things, too. Now, I’ll talk a bit about shelf life and expiration of sunblock products.
From ~thorough researching online~, it says that a sunblock’s shelf life is from 1-3 years from purchase, or depends on the date in the bottle. It’s suggested to dispose it if it’s beyond that timeframe as it may not be effective anymore.
The Nivea Sun Moisturizing Immediate Sun Protection SPF 50++ PA, as far I know, is one of their variants from the Sun Care line of products.