What's the difference in efficacy between Mexoryl and Cell-Ox Shield?
I thought Mexoryl was the most advanced, broadest-protection UVA blocker. So I've always looked for Anthelios products that contain Mexoryl (ecamsule). How does this Cell-Ox Shield compare? It doesn't contain Mexoryl. Is this more of a sunscreen for people who want good texture and absorption and no white film, or is this product just as effective against UVA/UVB rays?
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
on La Roche Posay Anthelios 60 Melt In Sunscreen Milk
I tried this product, and although I liked the feel and texture I think it was an awful sunscreen. I actually had some areas of burn/redness after just a few hours in the sun. I've tried a few of the la roche suncreen, and have been dissappointed in all of them-even to the point of staining my clothes with a yellowish hue.
You just can't beat the Neutrogena dry touch line-it comes in 3 oz (great for travel) size tubes and is totally reliable. Hope that helps.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
- Ann Arbor, Mi
Yes, I've heard that too and so I've used this and other La Roche Posay sunscreens but it got me thinking maybe I should switch around with other highly recommended ones since science is always changing. Unless it's the really liquid like ones or mixed with moisturizer, all the sunscreens seem to leave a slight film on my face and this one did as well but I have dry skin during winter and combination during warmer months. I really like skin ceutical physical defense and Avene suncreen. Good luck!
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