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We found 9 Reddit comments about PURITO Centella Green Level Unscented Sun SPF50+ PA++++ 60ml / 2 fl.oz Coral reef safe sunscreen, Sun cream for face, Cica, UVA1,2 UVB, Broad spectrum, Lightweight, Sensitive skin, Essential Oil Free. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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9 Reddit comments about PURITO Centella Green Level Unscented Sun SPF50+ PA++++ 60ml / 2 fl.oz Coral reef safe sunscreen, Sun cream for face, Cica, UVA1,2 UVB, Broad spectrum, Lightweight, Sensitive skin, Essential Oil Free:

u/phishyy · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

You're in luck! Purito just released an EO-free version of their centella sunscreen: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07V31W954/

It's also free of alcohol, parabens, silicones, and sulfates.

u/be11amy · 6 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Their website has an Amazon link to the listing - here!

Fingers crossed I didn't screw myself on that, but it's being shipped by Purito Korea, so hopefully not.

u/caffeinatedlackey · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
u/ayimera · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I highly suggest this one as well. You can buy it from amazon since they are a certified seller there: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V31W954

u/essenceofLLAMA · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

No problem!

Oh my gosh that sounds horrible. I came back to say to please be careful with my product suggestions and patch test them before using them on your whole face. Whenever I get something new, I like to take a bit of product and put it on the inside of my forearm and leave it there for a few hours to test for allergic reactions. If that goes well, I put a little bit on my jaw near my ear and leave it for a few hours. If that goes well, then I use it on my whole face. That method has worked well for me personally, but you can do longer (multi-day or multi-week) patch tests as well.

I’m not sure what category of makeup you’re referring to, but most foundations have sunscreen filters in them also, which could be why you have a reaction to them.

If you would like to try to find a sunscreen that works for you, I would try going towards all mineral sunscreens (zinc oxide and titanium dioxide filters only). You could get something inexpensive from Target or Walmart like the Aveeno Baby Mineral Sunscreen, patch test it, and if it causes a reaction, you can return it. If you’re feeling bold, you could try a chemical sunscreen from Asia or Europe that doesn’t have any of the US sunscreen filters in it. I’ve been using the Purito Centella Unscented Sunscreen which has only Uvinul A Plus and Uvinul T 150 as the sunscreen filters, and I love it. Neither of these filters are in sunscreens manufactured in the US, so it’s unlikely you’ve been exposed to them before. They could work for you. Good luck!

u/wasteofspacetime89 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

No problem! Glad I could help. And I hear you on the sunscreen. I have dark skin, and have never had a sunburn in my life, so I never wore sunscreen because I didn't think it was necessary. I've only regularly started wearing one in the last two months since I got serious about having a skin care routine. Many of the active ingredients that I've been using to try to help my acne and hyperpigmentation sensitize you to the sun, so I figured it was important to use one. The sun also darkens existing hyperpigmentation, so it would've been counter-productive for me not to use one. Plus I wanted to protect myself from future wrinkles and skin cancer. If you do decide to try a sunscreen, I recommend the Purito Centella Green Level Unscented Sun. I use it, and it's affordable, gentle, moisturizing, has calming ingredients, has no scent or essential oils, and leaves no white cast. I wear it daily. However, the finish is a little dewy, which you might not like since you get oily.

u/paulmanatee · 1 pointr/Rosacea

The UV elements has a darker and more yellow/orangish tint, while the UV physical has a lighter tint which is more pinkish. I am not sure about the other tinted ones. It might be worth sending them an email and asking if there is any way to get samples.

I know that Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide are considered the best filters for rosacea, but I couldn't find any sunscreens with these that I liked, so I've been using the Purito Centella green level unscented sunscreen, which goes on transparent and hasn't irritated my skin yet, even though most chemical filters do.

u/MOSAIK_ROLL · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I also have super sensitive fragrance and alcohol hating skin, and I can relate.

Cleanser looks good, moisturizer looks good, exfoliant is a bit harsh- you can try a chemical exfoliant like a glycolic acid toner, but it's not necessary. TBH if you want to get rid of flakes from dry patches you can wet a towel and gently rub the dry areas.

For your texture issues, I would recommend a weekly or bi-weekly mask of The Ordinary's AHA 30% and BHA 2% Peeling Solution. It's a beet red mask that really exfoliates skin and is known to be super helpful to those with texture issues. It's many SCA user's holy grail mask. I use it when needed and it always helps out a lot. It may sting a bit, but it's worth it.

IMO you should figure out why you are having the dryness to begin with. Perhaps incorporate a hydrating toner post cleansing applied on a wet face (to prevent trans-epidermal water loss). Isntree HA toner is what I use and it's very pure, simple and doesn't break me out. I literally just pour it on my face.

You can also use an occlusive or sleeping pack (like aquaphor) at night after moisturizer. It shouldn't make you breakout and it really seals in the moisture to your skin. It's greasy and not sexy at all if you have a SO that you share a bed with, but it really helps dry skin not be dry.

SPF is important because, even if it's not sunny outside you are still affected by UVA rays. Unless you only leave the house at night and are in a location with no sunlight, then its okay, but I'd recommend using a sunscreen daily. Purito is the one I use and it has no fragrance or silicones or alcohol and is made for sensitive skin. It never made me break out and even calms down redness. Also it doesn't peel on my skin with makeup which is crazy.

You may want to look into brands that are made for sensitive skin in mind. My favorites are The Ordinary, and Etude House's Soon Jung line.

Hope this Helps!