Australia’s Best Known Sunscreen: Invisible Zinc

Sun protection is so important, especially if you want to avoid premature aging, but if you are lazy like me, you can forget or it can feel heavy to have a moisturizer, sunscreen, primer, foundation etc.

Enter Invisible Zinc:

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This sunscreen from Oz uses Zinc to protect against the sun.

What makes Zinc so special?

Zinc Oxide is a NATURAL, PHYSICAL sunscreening agent that sits on your skin refl ecting dangerous UVA and UVB rays. Chemical sunscreens on the other hand, merely diffuse rays, usually just UVB. Most chemical sunscreens offer little or no protection against UVA rays.

I got the Tinted Daywear (comes in various shades) £19.95:

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The texture is medium and the coverage is excellent for a tinted moisturizer – the benefit is of course the SPF. I didn’t have any allergies whilst using this product.

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There is also the Tinted Lip and Cheek Balm (£13.95):

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This is a light pink, slightly plummy shade, pretty universal and a little sheer. It as SPF 30 which is a great way to get high SPF on the lips.

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I am going to use these two products through the summer- high in spf and good quality make up too, it basically saves me the job of having to worry about applying SPF too. There’s an offer on at the moment at Cult Beauty where you can get a free Tinted Daywear with any purchase from the range so hop over quick!

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  1. Nina says

    I would love to try the tinted moisturizer. I recognize the girl in the bikini in the homepage. She’s the decepticon with the freaky tongue in Transformers 2! LOL

  2. says

    I’m really tempted by the tinted lip and cheek balm, looks so wearable and the high SPF is always welcome!

  3. mint says

    o.o i know they use zinc in sunscreen and alot of other stuff…
    but i’ve never seen that brand around in Sydney. Usually I find sunscreen from The Cancer Council Australia or Banana Boat…
    =/ maybe I’m just not looking in the right places.

  4. V says

    I’ve read a few feedbacks on tinted daywear sunscreen on internet, and many says it is hard to apply and is greasy. one even said it has a funny smell after she applied it onto the skin…

    does it do any of that to you?

  5. Jo says

    Hi Candy, Thanks for this review, I think it’s a fab product and now I have to buy it!!!Which tinted version did you get? Light or medium?