Reversa SPF 30 Radiance Cream had been specially formulated to reduce the appearance of brown spots and acne marks while restoring the skin’s radiance and offering broad-spectrum protection against harmful sunrays. This powerful anti-spot complex is made of vitamin C, Rumex occidentalis extract, and 4% glycolic acid to stimulate exfoliation and skin cell renewal.
It has a Time-release Glyco-comfort system™ and is hydroquinone-free. This all-in-one product also protects, corrects, and hydrates with a pH of 3.6-4.2 for promoting optimal efficacy. It is also Paraben-, Oil-, and Perfume-free.
How to Use: Apply evenly to face, neck and decollete every morning, 15 minutes before sun exposure
! Test skin’s sensitivity to the formula before using it on a daily basis. To do so, apply a small quantity on the inner surface of the forearm or behind the ear. Allow to dry and ensure the absence of a reaction such as redness or a burning sensation over the next 24 hours. If you experience any sort of irritation, rinse with water. If irritation persists, consult your healthcare practitioner or contact Reversa for advice.
No matter the time of day, whether you are indoors or out, summer or winter, it’s crucial to wear sunscreen Every Single Day! And having a good sunscreen can help be that reminder to slap on that SPF regularly.
I have tried a lot of sunscreens throughout the years and I have only come across a small handful that I didn’t enjoy mainly due to the texture or heavy sunscreen scent. With Reversa SPF 30 Radiance Cream, I would consider it as one of my favourites!
This chemical sunscreen absorbs immediately into the skin. There is no scent detected and doesn’t leave the skin feeling or looking too oily. It has a thin creamy consistency, a lightweight texture that goes on smoothly and leaves the skin feeling hydrated. I love that it includes vitamin C and glycolic acid, two ingredients I love to use to help reduce signs of aging, improve skin texture and give my skin a radiant glow!
Overall, I love how this sunscreen leaves a nice hydrating glow to the skin. A little sunscreen tip: although I avoid applying sunscreen near my eyes, to prevent the sunscreen from “melting” onto my eyes and stinging, I would press a bit of setting powder on my eyelids.
What are your thoughts on Reversa SPF 30 Radiance Cream? Have you tried any products from Reversa? Do you have a favourite sunscreen?