No. They make a separate SPF50 setting spray specifically for you face. I would not use this on your face.
answered 1 week, 3 days ago
This is totally not a setting spray. This is for your legs, or anything not your face unless you have really dry skin. Mine is combo on the dry side and it's still not really a face thing. Also, I tried to use it on my face and you have to spray it in your hand and then pat it on your face, just get a regular cream for you face like amore pacific, or a powder like peter thomas roth. I'm a sun care fiend and this just didn't cut it for the face. Pretty good on body though.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
This has such a strange finish, especially right after its applied (read shiny and a little tacky, but it goes away), I don't think it's intended to be used with makeup. If I am wearing makeup I go for a bb cream w 45SPF then apply the dr brant powder as needed later in the day for a SPF retouch. I do still love this product and use it more often than makeup, but that's me...it's way more dependable than the usual face melt mixing and layering results in (stinging eyes as makeup pours into them), and this isn't a sweaty workout scenario...I can however, workout safely in this my new go to!
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
I don't recommend to get the tan with make up at all, but if you decide to do that you can apply this product over makeup. Especially because you need apply it every 2 hours being in sun.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago