Verdio UV Moisture Essence SPF50+ PA++++
What You Might Want To Know
This is a new sunscreen line launched in 2018 by OMI Brotherhood.
The brand believes that while UV rays is the main factor for ageing skin, it is not the only cause that leads to dull and lacklustre skin. To create the best sunscreen for face, the brand opted for 5 Nos (no fragrance, color, paraben, mineral oil and ethanol) and a formula that could block UV rays, pollutants, pollens and environmental stressors all at once.
- Made in Japan
- Protection: SPF50+ PA++++
- Functions: Sun Protection, Makeup Base
- Resistant to water and sweat.
Verdio UV Moisture Essence is a sunscreen that is formulated to provide all round protection to skin, not just from harmful UV rays but also from all kinds of environmental stressors and dryness. It has a skin-friendly formula that is free from 5 addictive. To combat dryness, it contains botanical moisture ingredients such as pearl extract, moringa extract, scutellaria root extract, aloe extract, green tea to provide hydration to skin.
It has a watery and light texture, and does not leave any white cast.
With a skin-friendly and mild formula, this sunscreen is good for sensitive skin.
This is a sunscreen with Octinoxate, Tinosorb S, Uvinul A Plus and Octocrylene as UV filters.
About OMI Brotherhood
OMI Brotherhood Limited is a pharmaceutical company in Japan. Notable products including the Menturm medical cream (a household necessity) that heals skin surface wounds, lip balms and sunscreens.
Water, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, BG, hydrogenated polyisobutene, bisethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyl triazine, isodecyl neopentanoate, hexyl diethylaminohydroxybenzoylbenzoate, octocrylene, pearl barley extract, tocopherol, chaba extract, Scutellaria root extract, Scutellaria root extract, Wasabinoki seed extract , Aloe vera leaf extract, 2Na phosphoric acid, citric acid, glycerin, (acrylates / alkyl acrylate (C10-30)) crosspolymer, glyceryl stearate (SE), tocopherol acetate, Na hydroxide, carbomer, BHT, EDTA-2Na , Phenoxyethanol