Always layer products lightest to heaviest. i would start with pore no more then the moisturizer. And give the pore no more a few minutes to absorb into the skin before applying sun screen or any other moisturizer
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
Doesn't it bother you that make-up doesn't come with a minimum SPF of 30? Or that your favorite face products don't, either.
I love Neutrogena, and Olay, but like ANY facial sunscreen out there, it leaves your face feeling greasy or tacky, or both.
What I've found works best is putting sunscreen on first. That way, it actually is protecting your skin, because there nothing else in between the SPF and your skin. If you put it on last, it's sitting on top of all these other things, and it may not absorb as well, and thus not protect to the fullest.
The lightest sunscreen I can find is Neutrogena's Healthy Defense liquid moisturizer SPF 50. I love that it's such a high SPF, and that it's a liquid and not a cream or a serum. You face will still feel greasy afterwards (unfortunately that's just the way that SPF-enhanced stuff goes), but it won't be nearly as bad as if you had done it with a cream moisturizer.
You can then put the 'pore effect' on, maybe ten minutes after you apply the sunscreen to allow the sunscreen to absorb into your skin. what you may want to consider, also, is how much of the 'pore effect' you are actually using. i, personally, had bad luck with this product, as it is much too heavy/greasy for my skin. i found that if i used the barest amount, then it was just ok (but not phenomenal). so this product may just be contributing to greasiness that is sunscreen-unrelated. something to think about.