Physical Blocker Sunscreen Application?
Since the sunscreen in this product is titanium dioxide, which is a physical blocker, does this mean this product has to be applied last? Physical blocker sunscreens are supposed to be applied last/on top of all other products, meaning that w/ this product you could not use concealer over it etc. If this is the case I will switch to another sunscreen eyecream. Help!
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
on Sunscreen For Eyes Wrinkle Control Cream SPF 30
Although it's recommended for physical sunscreens to be worn on top, I don't really think it matters. If you think about it, as long as it's on your skin it's going to deflect sunlight. So if the UV rays do penetrate your concealer, the sunscreen will block your skin from absorbing it anyway.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
I used 2 full bottles of this with concealer. I applied the product first and then my concealer. It doesn't matter if you put anything on top of your sun screen, just as long as you have the sun screen on in the first place.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
I don't know--I've never heard that. I've always heard apply sunblock first. Why not try mixing this and concealer together? Then it's like a tinted cream.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
I use this product first with great results.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
(San Diego, CA)
I usually don't wear concealer but here's what I do since this product does tend to dry out the under eye skin a little: I dab on an undereye gel first and let it sink in. This allows my skin to be a bit moisturized first. Then I apply/pat this cream last and let it sink in. This makes my undereye area stay moisturized and protected ALL day long. I think it should be fine under your concealer, too, since it feels like a good base/primer. But let it sink in first for a few minutes.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)