Monday, 5 November 2018

ALTHEA Petal Velvet Sunaway SPF50+ PA++++ Review

Sunscreen is so important everyday, especially spending your time 
outdoors in the sun where you need sun protection on. 

A long-wearing and strong protection sunscreen is a must have 
in 365 days of summer in Malaysia.

Keep the sun away from your skin with Petal Velvet Sunaway from Althea Korea!
A lightweight sunscreen that protects the skin from UV rays with a petal-like finish!

Althea Exclusives, designed and made in Korea 
from Bare Essentials Set, Real Fresh Skin Detoxer, Petal Velvet Powders to Milk Peel Cream Mask.

If you love their Petal Velvet Powder, you will love this Sunaway sunscreen,
the latest addition to their Petal Velvet range as it has the same petal-like finish.

Petal Velvet Sunaway, with Damask Rose as the main ingredient, 
it helps to moisturize, soothe and smooth the skin for a radiant glow like a rose petal.

A lightweight formula with a light, fluid texture.
Gentle on skin with a hydrating formula and sebum control to give a light and velvety finish.
The micro particles help in controlling excessive oil and sebum on the skin.

With a SPF50+ UV protection formula, it helps to protect the skin from the sun's harmful rays, 
UVA and UVB. It also has the highest protection grade of PA++++.

Spread this generously on my skin.
It applies evenly and smoothly onto the skin without white cast or stickiness.
The lotion absorbs into the skin quickly and does not leave a sticky layer, 
leaving skin with a soft and comfortable finish without any greasy feeling.

If you love a soft petal-like complexion, you will also love their Petal Velvet Powder.

Ideal for everyday use!


Shake well before usage, apply a generous layer evenly onto the face
in the morning or before sun exposure.

You may pair it with Althea Petal Velvet Powder after applying.

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All opinions and thoughts expressed are solely based on my personal experiences and preferences. 
Results may vary on different person.

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